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What should I do with this ham bone?

Asked by Strauss (23049points) 2 months ago
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I was cleaning my freezer and rediscovered a ham bone (plenty of meat) from our Easter ham. I’ve had beans with dinner every night for the past week, so I’m looking for something else to cook to use this delicious piece of porcine anatomy. Any recipes?

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RedDeerGuy1's avatar

I used to gnaw on ham bones, was delicious. Or you can boil and make a soup stock with it.

KNOWITALL's avatar

@RedDeerGuy1 You can put the stock in ice cube trays, and freeze for single use. Or even dog treats. :)

RocketGuy's avatar

We made ham bone soup the last time we had a ham bone.

Tropical_Willie's avatar

Pea soup with ham bone and meat.

kritiper's avatar

Ham bones with some meat are good for (more) beans.

Inspired_2write's avatar

Make a sew. add plenty of vegetables and other meat if you choose too.

tedibear's avatar

Pea soup is my go for a ham bone.

Inspired_2write's avatar

Error : STEW

SnipSnip's avatar

Cook it in a pot of white beans. Makes me hungry typing this.

LadyMarissa's avatar

Here in Georgia, a good pot of Collard Greens just BEGS for a ham bone…And Collard Greens needs a pone of Cornbread to complete the meal!!! IF you have any beans left over, you can also add them to the pot for a different bean flavor.

RocketGuy's avatar

You guys are making me hungry! My mom married a Southerner, so learned to cook black eyed peas and collard greens, etc.

Strauss's avatar

I know I said “no beans” but I went against my own Q and used my ham-and-bone with a little chopped onion and boiled it with a pound of navy beans.

LadyMarissa's avatar

Sounds delicious!!! ;-)

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