Sunday Suppers: The Other White Meat (Thanksgiving edition)

We love ham because it creates almost as many leftovers as a big old turkey. And you can use the bone for a great soup. Here are some menu options for those of you glazing a ham on the big day.

Baked Ham with Molasses and Bourbon

A few more slices should do it

That doesn’t look white to us

Hasselback Sweet Potatoes

This is really easy to make

This is really easy to make

Buttermilk Biscuits

The basket is mine, everyone else can share the one on the plate

The basket is mine, everyone else can share the one on the plate

Not your mama’s green bean casserole

You really don't want to know how much fat is in this

You really don’t want to know how much fat is in this

Cranberry Gelee

Hands off my cranberries, you have your own

Hands off my cranberries, you have your own

Sweet Potato Pie

This is a crime against nature without whipped cream

This is a crime against nature without whipped cream

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About Rufus' Food and Spirits Guide

This blog attempts to collect some of the things I try to create with food and booze. Sometimes I succeed and sometimes I fail. My hope is to entertain and maybe help people think a little harder about what they decide to eat and drink.
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7 Responses to Sunday Suppers: The Other White Meat (Thanksgiving edition)

  1. Angeline M says:

    What’s your address? I’ll be there as soon as we’re done at our house.

  2. Misky says:

    I’ve made your sweet potatoes, and they’re very good. Good recipe, Greg.

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  3. Luscious looking ham!

  4. Eva Taylor says:

    And again you’ve got me licking my lips even though we just finished a huge brunch!

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