Ham Roast Sliced with Red Grapes and Ground Black Pepper-a flavorful combination. I had a few boneless hams in my freezer at home and took one along to the Georgia Mountains. Not quite sure what I was going to make! That’s just not unusual for me. Creating new recipes is fun-this one won everyone over. The red grapes I had picked up on our way out of town (when I bought the Rotisserie Chickens) they were on sale and looked good).
The Ham thawed nicely and I placed it in a baking dish, 1/2 cup vegetable broth and pop it into a hot 375 F oven for 20 minutes. While it was baking I placed 3/4 of the red grapes in a sauce pan with a few dashes of honey, cinnamon, ground black pepper and simmer until slightly thickened. I removed the Ham from the oven added the red grape glaze and returned to the oven for 10 minutes additional bake time. I then sliced, garnished with fresh remaining whole grapes. Everyone loved it.
It was a lovely day outside and I relaxed on the wrap-around deck with Nana Jean and my oldest who is learning to knit from her Grandma Jean. She is so patient with her and that makes me very happy. The boys and men went fishing, hiking and enjoyed the cooler temps. Yes, two of them just happened to slide in the mud! OOPS! Boys will be boys!
Enjoy this new recipe we sure did!
Cheryl “Cheffie Cooks” Wiser.