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This is a tasty way to use the last of the cranberry sauce. Perfect with a simple spinach and mushroom salad alongside. If you prefer a cold sandwich, simply skip the step of baking these under the broiler.
Fresh asparagus are a sure sign that spring is coming. This easy frittata makes a refreshingly light dinner or lunch. Or serve with biscuits or scones for brunch.
These quesadillas are far from traditional, but they don't skimp on flavor. Bitter greens like arugula are a worthy match for rich and creamy melted Gruyère.
This very simple dish provides an inexpensive hearty alternative to simple beans and is great as a main course on a cold night.
Move over, mozzarella! Rich, creamy, nutty Le Gruyère is the star of this pizza that works as well as an elegant first course as it does as a main course. Give it a garnish of fresh thyme leaves if you like.
If you don't have chutney on hand, use cranberry sauce leftover from your holiday meals. These sandwiches are equally tasty when broiled, too.
Set out a platter of ham, a basket of warm biscuits and bowls of chutney, Dijon mustard and honey mustard for your guests to assemble their own biscuits. These are delightful at a brunch or with evening drinks.
Meltingly tender and perfectly sweet, this hands-off approach to cooking ham in apple cider and apple butter is perfect for busy holidays. Serve alongside baskets of rolls to make savory sandwiches.
This holiday table centerpiece, sweet on the outside and savory on the inside, makes a memorable main course. Encourage guests to eat the sliced oranges along with the ham since the roasting makes their peels tender and sweet.
Sherry vinegar adds a distinct savory flavor to sweet peppers that pairs well with smoked ham. These sandwiches are quite portable when wrapped tightly, so consider packing them in your lunch box for work or a picnic. Pack a few potato chips to eat along with the sandwiches, if you like.
If you can, let this salad sit for at least 10 minutes and up to 1 day before serving: the peas and vegetables will be even tastier if they have a chance to absorb the bold, spicy vinaigrette.
Sweet, crisp apples combine with spicy watercress and smoky ham in this elegant salad. Serve with a loaf of crusty bread.
The tropical flavors of this chutney complement ham beautifully.
Fresh light hors d'oeuvres topped with smoked salmon, chopped olives or our exceptional ham.
Double the apple mustard for leftover turkey or ham sandwiches, or for dipping pretzels.
Spicy, sweet and tangy, the sauce would also be good with ham.
Serve this sweet-and-sour side dish alongside roasted pork or baked ham.
Smoked paprika and sundried tomatoes give this vegetarian soup (traditionally made with ham or pork) a hearty flavor.
This combination of crisp, juicy red grapes and tangy feta is a winner. Ham lovers can add a garnish of thin strips of prosciutto.
This traditional dried fruit sauce can be paired with ice cream for a dessert, or served with roast turkey or ham for a sweet complement to savory flavors.