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Christmas Dinner

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Ingredients

Ham with a Spicy glaze with Brigade Seasoning and Garam Masala
18 Pounds cooked with Bone in Ham
1 Cup Honey
3 Tablespoons Geramin La Brie’s Brigade Seasoning
3/4 Cup Brown Sugar
2 Tablespoons Geramin La Brie’s Garam Masala
6 Tablespoons Apple Cider Vinegar
1 Cup Chicken Broth
Creamed Corn casserole with Cunningham Seasoning
1 Can 15 1/4 oz Whole Kernel Corn
1 Can 15 1/4 oz Cream Corn
1 Tablespoon Geramin La Brie’s Cunningham Blend
1 Cup Sour Cream
1 8oz Package Shredded Cheddar/Jack Cheese
1/2 Stick Melted Butter
1 8oz Package Corn Muffin Mix
Romaine and Asparagus salad with Santorini blend
1/2 Cup White Vinegar
3 Tablespoons Sugar
1 Pound Asparagus
1 Tablespoon Geramin LaBrie’s Santorini Mix
1/2 Cup Olive Oil
2 Cups Romaine Lettuce
2 Medium cut up Tomatos
1 Juice Lime
1 Bunch Cooked In boiling Water Asparagus
Scalloped potatoes with Brigade Seasoning
3 Pounds Peeled and thinly sliced Potatoes
1 Medium thinly Sliced Onion
1 Tablespoon Geramin La Brie’s Brigade Seasoning
9 Tablespoons All purpose flour
6 Tablespoons diced-(do not melt or bring to room temperature) Butter
9 Cups All purpose flour
3 Cups Heated Milk

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Christmas Dinner

Ham with Spicy glaze
Creamed corn casserole
Romaine and Asparagus salad
Scalloped potatoes

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Ingredients

  • Ham with a Spicy glaze with Brigade Seasoning and Garam Masala

  • Creamed Corn casserole with Cunningham Seasoning

  • Romaine and Asparagus salad with Santorini blend

  • Scalloped potatoes with Brigade Seasoning

Directions

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Ham Directions

Preheat Oven to 375 degrees. In the meanwhile whip honey, Brigade seasoning, brown sugar,garam masala and the apple cider vinegar in a bowl. Score the Ham with a sharp Hammerstahl 6 inch Chef knife. 1-inch crosshatch pattern without cutting through to the meat. With a brush 3/4 of the glaze on to the Ham. Bake for about 2 hours covered. 15 minutes before taking out the Ham before the Ham, brush again with the remaining glaze. Uncovered. Add the chicken broth into the baking dish.
Transfer ham to cutting board, after resting the Ham. Slice and serve.
Health Benefits
Ham has a high content of Protein. Ham is a tasty alternative to beef, chicken, and fish. Besides Ham is has other benefits like Vitamin B6, Vitamin B12, Copper, Iron, and Magnesium. One has to consider the high content of salt in Ham. Drinking lots of water helps to dilute this problem.
Knowledge Sutra
The preservation of meats has been traced to the earliest of civilizations. However, the curing of Ham is a toss between the Chinese and the Gauls. It cannot be argued though that it was certainly a well-established practice by the Roman period. Cato the Elder wrote extensively about the “salting of hams” in his De Agri Cultura tome around 160 BC.

Creamed Corn Casserole Directions 

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. In a bowl-Recomendation—Hammerstahl 4 quart Hammered Double wall bowl-Stir all the contents and mix well-except the cheese. Pour the mixture into a 9 X 13 Inch Hammerstahl bake dish. Bake for 45 minutes or golden brown. Sprinkle with cheese and let the cheese melt for another 5 -10minutes. Leave outstand and serve when warm.
Health Benefits
Corn is one of the most consumed items of all grains. It is a great good source of antioxidant carotenoids, such as lutein and zeaxanthin, yellow (or colored) corn may promote eye health. It is also a rich source of many vitamins and minerals.
Knowledge Sutra
Corn was cultivated about 7000 years ago in Central Mexico. Corn as we know it today would not exist if it weren’t for the humans that cultivated and developed it. It is a human invention, a plant that does not exist naturally in the wild. It can only survive if planted and protected by humans. When Columbus discovered “America” he also discovered corn.

Romaine and Asparagus salad Directions

In a 3 Quart Hammerstahl saucepan boil the vinegar until reduced half about 4 minutes and let it cool. Cut the Romaine into inch squares. Whisk the white vinegar, olive oil, lemon juice, and the sugar. Cut the Asparagus about 1 inch apart. Pour into salad bowl -6 Quart Hammerstahl would be perfect for Christmas meal. Mix in the salad leaves, tomatoes and the asparagus.
Health Benefits
Romaine Lettuce has bigger benefits than ice burg or any other lettuces. Lettuce contains moisture, energy, protein, fat, carbohydrates, dietary fiber, and sugars. The minerals and vitamins found in lettuce include calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorous, potassium, sodium, zinc along with vitamins like thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, folate, vitamin B-6, C, A, E, and vitamin K.
Knowledge Sutra
Lettuce belongs to the Daisy family. Lettuce was first cultivated by the ancient Egyptians who turned it from a weed whose seeds were used to produce oil, into a food plant grown for its succulent leaves and oil-rich seeds. Lettuce spread to the Greeks and Romans.

Scalloped Potatoes Directions

In a bowl mix the ( Recommendation-Hammerstahl Hammered bowl) all-purpose flour and Santorini Mix.
Grease a 9”x13” Hammerstahl baking pan with butter. Divide the potatoes, onions, and the all-purpose flour with the Brigade seasoning. Into 3 parts.
Layer the potatoes into the greased pan. Sprinkle the onions on top. Then the all-purpose flour on top and finally the diced butter- Repeat the same thing again twice more. Pour the milk over the casserole until it tops the casserole.
Health Sutra
Adding potatoes to a person’s diet can result in weight loss. The soluble fiber in potatoes can also help with weight loss by providing a longer feeling of fullness. A normal size potato has only 7 calories.\,2 g’s of protein, 17 g in carbs and 0.1 in fat.
Knowledge Sutra
Ireland is notoriously popular for its potato cultivation and potato famine that eventually brought a lot of Irish immigrants to America. Walter Raleigh was an explorer that had found potatoes and tobacco in North America. He is supposed to have cultivated potatoes in Ireland that made Ireland so famous for.

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