as the title indicates, i got this recipe from a good friend of mine, anne. it is very quick and easy to make and really tasty, too. it's great for potlucks or brunch buffets (the recipe can be multiplied easily). i know there are many pasta salads on zaa
old victorian recipe from my grandmother. it works well with pears too if you get a bumper crop. original was in imperial measure. ginger can vary in intensity so taste and try before adding. use as a tangy jam or in tartlets.
this recipe was given to me by mt aunt therese. she has been using the recipe since she was married. the ham is so moist and tender, and fragrant, just try it and see. you will need to remove it from the pocket with great care as it tends to fall apart!
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