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Apricot–Ginger Glazed HamJust imagine the faces of your family and guests when you present this gorgeous ham on a platter! For this recipe, semi-boneless ham is baked, then glazed with a succulent mixture of sweet apricot jam, ginger, vinegar, and a touch of brown sugar. After the ham is broiled with the glaze for about 20 minutes, it is browned to absolute perfection.
Potato GratinIf you are bored with mashed potatoes, wait until you bite into this cheesy gratin! It has paper-thin potato slices that are smothered in a heavenly sauce of butter, cream, spices, and melted gruyere cheese. The little pinch of nutmeg gives the dish a subtle sweetness. It develops a crunchy crust in the oven that is divine. This gratin is warm and satisfying, and will pair perfectly with an Easter ham.
Iceberg Salad With Blue Cheese VinaigretteGive your usual iceberg salad an upgrade with this exciting recipe! Blend torn iceberg lettuce leaves with the traditional cucumber and radish slices. Add a blast of flavor with red chilies, and other savory herbs, like tarragon. All the different colors in the salad are pleasant for the eyes and palate! Serve it with a homemade vinaigrette that is seasoned with peppercorns, shallots, and a tangy blue cheese.
Butterhorn RollsInstead of buying frozen rolls for Easter dinner, why not make some from scratch? These light, buttery rolls are easy to make, and look beautiful in a serving basket. After you make the quick yeast dough and let it rise, roll individual triangles into crescent shapes. They puff up gorgeously in the oven, with a light brown crust. Serve these fluffy rolls with plenty of creamy butter.
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Nearly 50 years before Hawaii became a state, natives chose June 11th as King Kamehameha I Day. It is still a revered state holiday, including festivals, parades, and traditional Hawaiian feasts. No matter where you live, you can serve your family this menu filled with the vibrant scents and flavors of Hawaiian cuisine. Serve it with the traditional bowl of steamed rice.