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We've skipped the tacky pineapple rings with cherries, and instead are topping with a traditional honey-based glaze that's got a hint of heat to keep things interesting.

Learn how to master this honey glazed ham recipe and you’ll have one of the most versatile hunks of meat you could ever want. It could be the centerpiece of an Easter brunch or dinner. It can be transformed into a filling for omelets, or stacked high on fresh rye bread with grainy mustard in a sandwich, or chopped up and used in pasta dishes, or sliced thin for topping pizza. You’ll be surprised how easy this is, and once you’ve mastered it, your leftovers options are endless.  

We’ve skipped the tacky pineapple rings with cherries, and instead are topping with a traditional honey-based glaze that’s got a hint of heat to keep things interesting.