My mom tried this recipe and by far I thought it was the best tasting ham ever!
6 pound ham, fully cooked
1/2 cup firmly packed brown sugar
1 cup 7-UP
1 teaspoon dry mustard
Preheat oven to 325 degrees
Combine brown sugar and mustard and mix well
There is no "right way" to bake pumpkin seeds. Each method has pros and cons so you'll have to settle on what works for you. Personally, I hate chewy shells so I like recipes that crisp them. Once they're baked some like sweet seasoning, others prefer savory. So here are the best tips -- you decide which is correct for you.
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I think most years I cook a turkey. I think if I remember correctly I ruined a prime rib once because my meat thermometer was broken. I usually do a spiral ham for Christmas so I resort to a turkey each thanksgiving. I like the left over turkey sandwiches and it's pretty hard to mess up a turkey...
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Between recording award-winning albums and high-energy tour dates, Miranda Lambert can whip up a pretty mean corn and macaroni casserole. The singer and wife of Blake Shelton recently sat down with Taste of Home to share some of her favorite foods and recipes.