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    I done
    ham steaks topped with pineapple and cheese.
    ham and pineapple pizza's amd ham and tomato pizza's
    fried rice

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    I made Corn and ham fritters with our left over ham. Still got some left so either a pasta bake or fried rice with ham tonight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little-Pink-Hen View Post
    What is that?

    It's ham, rice, tomato all cooked up with spices and stuff. Very yummy. If you google it you should find a recipe.

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    Pea and ham soup or any other type of homemade soup with ham through it

    Fried Rice

    Fritatta

    Quiche with the ham chopped up through it

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    Quote Originally Posted by summastarlet View Post
    It's ham, rice, tomato all cooked up with spices and stuff. Very yummy. If you google it you should find a recipe.
    Oh so similar to paella? Yum!

    I'm thinking probably go easy either fried rice or omelette

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    I fry mine up and use it instead of bacon. We had egg and fried ham mcmuffins this morning with bbq sauce - delish!!!!

    Otherwise I do quiche, frittata, salads, pizza, toasties or foccacia's etc.

    I LOVE Christmas ham! Tastes so much better than ham any other time of year!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little-Pink-Hen View Post
    Oh so similar to paella? Yum!

    I'm thinking probably go easy either fried rice or omelette
    Yeah kinda!

    Fried rice sounds good!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little-Pink-Hen View Post
    Oh so similar to paella? Yum!

    I'm thinking probably go easy either fried rice or omelette
    Jambalaya is cajun or creole - should you find yourself in New Orleans you can't walk 10 meters without falling over someone selling jambalaya. It's good stuff!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpecialPatrolGroup View Post
    Jambalaya is cajun or creole - should you find yourself in New Orleans you can't walk 10 meters without falling over someone selling jambalaya. It's good stuff!
    I thought that but just wanted to make sure I can't wait to go to new Orleans one day and have some and than some seafood gumbo

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little-Pink-Hen View Post
    I thought that but just wanted to make sure I can't wait to go to new Orleans one day and have some and than some seafood gumbo
    Sooo many tasty dishes, but build up your leather-lips before you go - they like it spicy (I had a bbq sauce that burnt me to my nose).


 

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