From purchase to presentation, this downloadable Holiday Ham Guide offers the details you need to serve a fantastic holiday ham with all the fixings.
Thanksgiving is a time to gather and enjoy family and friends. It’s our uniquely American holiday focused on giving thanks for the bounty of our lives. The focus is on celebrating sharing a feast with a much-loved turkey centerpiece…but what if you are not sure how to handle or cook the bird?
It may not be summer yet, but it is BBQ season — so share your thanks by delighting employees with Ham Gift Certificates by gThankYou!
When you think of barbecuing, ham may not be the first thing that comes to mind, but Food Network experts like Patrick and Gina Neely, stars of Down Home With the Neelys, swear by it.
Employee thank you gifts are appreciated anytime! With summer fast approaching, why not take advantage of the warm weather and joy of the season to share gratitude in your workplace?
After all, as David Horsager, author of The Trust Edge, writes in a Forbes article, “Your Most Powerful Forgotten Weapon: Gratitude,” if we only think about gratitude at Thanksgiving, “we overlook the immense power of practicing it daily, especially in a business context.”
His research shows that gratitude makes a difference, and that people don’t require grand gestures, just heartfelt ones.
National Pi Day is today – March 14, 2015! National Pi Day celebrates the Greek letter Pi (“π”) and the mathematics number, 3.141529… National Pi Day website says it is used as a ratio of a circle’s circumference to diameter, and it is particularly helpful because it stays constant for all circles.
Whether you’re a ham novice or have served ham at family gatherings for years, you’ll find practical information you can use immediately to make your holiday celebration delicious, stress-free and fun.
Spring celebrations include graduations, Mother’s Day, baptisms, and of course, religious holidays like Easter. It’s a time for healthy feasting to symbolize the end of a long winter and the beginning of a fresh new season.
First, a universal truth: the best way to enjoy holiday ham leftovers may be straight out of the refrigerator, bits of crunchy glaze still clinging to the edges.
But there is the old saying that eternity might be defined as two people and a ham.
Right after Thanksgiving, you may be feeling all “turkeyed” out, and nobody would blame you. But Christmas is coming as quick as you can say “holiday sales,” and no one regrets planning early for holiday entertaining.
The goal with Thanksgiving, America’s favorite feast day, is always MORE: more turkey, more stuffing, more cranberry sauce. And lots more Thanksgiving leftovers, so we spend one busy morning cooking up a storm and enjoy the fruits of our labors for days afterwards.
It’s Thanksgiving! Time for putting the final touches on your Thanksgiving dinner menu. For some people that means bringing out the tried and true Thanksgiving side dishes, the age-old recipes that have become standards for your family, whether they taste particularly good or not.