Baked Ham Dinner
with
Broccoli with Cheese Sauce
Potatoes Au Gratin
Broccoli takes about 10-12 min boiled, Cauliflower about 20 min boiled.
Cheese Sauce takes about 3-5 min to make.

Potatoes Au Gratin takes about 10 min to bake (at 350*F). Use
PRE-BAKED/refrigerated potatoes for this.

Keep this in mind when you are timing your Ham that is baking so all is finished when
you are ready to slice the Ham.

Save the bone, fat/skin and slices of Ham to make
BOOM BOOM SOUP (Ham and Bean
Soup)
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BAKED HAM

In this case I used a Shank Portion Ham, as it has the bone in it. It takes more time to
bake than Smoked Ham (which just needs to be reheated essentially), however I like the
Shank Ham with the bone as I take the left overs, trim the fat and more meat off the bone
and use ALL OF IT to make
BOOM BOOM Soup (Ham and Bean Soup).
Read pkg directions for baking. With Shank Ham, it's 20 min per pound @
350*F
Ham Glaze is optional, I like it as it gives it a light sweet aroma/taste.
Put Ham in roasting pan, add about 1 inch of water so it doesn't burn and stick to the
bottom while baking. (Make sure water gets underneath the bottom of the Ham.) You can
also use a roasting rack as well to prevent sticking.

Bake 350*F for 20 min per pound on lower rack of oven.

1/2 way thru, poke holes with a prong or knife on top, ladle in juices (add more water if
necessary), and then carefully flip over to the other side. Repeat poking holes on this side
as well, then pour 1/2 of the Ham Glaze over the top, and return to oven.

During the last hour of baking, repeat poking holes,baste with liquids, then flip over again,
poke more holes, baste more liquid and pour the rest of the Ham Glaze on top. Return to
oven.