bagged and tagged

10 Cups of fresh (and now frozen) Christmas ham stock.

now… what to do with it? (apart from forget about it, and throw it away next fall)
Seriously.

I’m not finding much inspiration out there – little beyond split pea soup or ham and beans… I can’t be heading into uncharted waters here, can I?

What would you do?

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One Response to bagged and tagged

  1. Kelli says:

    The first thing that springs to mind are braised pork ribs or roast, but even then I think you’d have to add some additional flavors to cut the ham stock a bit.

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