There was no bone. Well, I'm glad I didn't pay for a bone at that price. I managed to make some ham and bean soup without a bone. Claudia has a delicious recipe for white bean and ham soup. Lately I have been making the Hambeens 15-bean soup, which I have discovered that 75% of the family likes better than split pea soup. The 25% that likes split pea better has been off at college, so no problem there.
Some ham found its way into a pasta dish.
There were lots of meals of ham 'n' eggs and ham sandwiches and ham snacks.
And you know that Homer likes ham. It might be his second favorite food, next to bacon.
Finally I was down to just a few handfuls, and they went into a quiche.
But wait, it's not quite over. Because there is leftover soup and quiche in the freezer now.
Thank you Mr. Local Pig, for the
song ham that never ends.