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Copycat Honey Baked Ham Recipe, Cat Clock Joke - October 15, 2004

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Today's Recipe:

Copycat Honey Baked Ham Recipe

1 (7 lb.) med. smoked pork
1 picnic
1 shoulder (bone in or out)
2 cup sugar
1 cup honey or brown sugar,
1 packed
1 (6 oz.) can frozen orange
1 juice
1 concentrate, thawed
1 tsp whole cloves


Preparation : Make crosswise slits, 1/2 inch apart, halfway through ham to where knife touches bone. Place ham in deep bowl and barely cover with water. Stir in sugar. Soak at least 2 days in refrigerator. Drain. Place ham in roasting pan, lined with enough foil to wrap completely. Pour honey or brown sugar and orange juice all over pork. Stick cloves all over meat. Wrap tightly with foil. Bake at 200 degrees for 6 to 7 hours or until done, unwrapping and basting occasionally with honey mixture. Unwrap and bake at 450 degrees about 15 minutes for slightly crisp skin.

Tampa, Florida

Recipe Yields 1 serving

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Today's Funny Joke

The Cat Clock Joke

There are two friends at a bar late one night. One holds a cat
everywhere he goes. he never wears a watch. The friend finally
asks him, "What's with the cat?" The man responds, "I use it to
tell time." As the two are leaving the bar, the second man is
pondering how this is possible. He finally asks his friend,
puzzled, "So how does it tell time?"...

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