|This had been my mom's. It's not that old, I don't think...it was made in China and is not Corning Ware.|
Take one large ham...this was around 8 pounds and way too big for the dish and more than we'd eat, so I cut it in, and only used, half.
Follow these directions.
|The ham halves. Beautiful ham.|
Covered and in the oven. Ahem, see, didn't I tell you the inside of this oven became quite dirty during my many absences and I've yet to clean it. I wonder if the 'set a dish of ammonia in it overnight' process will work so that it can just be wiped out? Anyone ever try that?
I split the current sauce that came packaged with the ham in two also.
Sealed it up with a clip and bagged it and the other half ham and put in the freezer for another meal. In hindsight, I probably should have cut this ham into three or four separate pieces.
I almost forgot to take a picture after it was baked. We'd already eaten our dinner portions by this point. We've eaten quite a bit, and yes, I've ignored the "once opened, use within 3 to 5 days". Boxed scalloped potatoes and canned corn rounded out this meal. I heated the corn in the microwave...oops...can't run both at the same time, had to go out and flip the circuit breaker back on!
One night I took some leftover ham and diced it up, put some butter in a cast iron skillet, added the ham, some onion, some diced up raw cauliflower and sauteed till veggies tender, then scrambled up 3 eggs and added to the skillet along with some grated cheddar, letting it cook for awhile and then flipping it to finish cooking. Oh was that ever yummy.