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Tangy Honey Glazed Ham | All I can say is WOW! this is a keeper! Everyone said that was the best honey baked ham they had ever had. When I told them it was a regular store bought spiral with my glaze, everyone applauded!!"

Tangy Honey Glazed Ham | All I can say is WOW! this is a keeper! Everyone said that was the best honey baked ham they had ever had. When I told them it was a regular store bought spiral with my glaze, everyone applauded!!"

This is the ultimate chocolate pie! And Oreo crust filled with peppermint ganache makes a perfect Peppermint Ganache Pie.

This is the ultimate chocolate pie! And Oreo crust filled with peppermint ganache makes a perfect Peppermint Ganache Pie.

Starbuck Java Chip Frappe Recipe -   4 tablespoons chocolate syrup plus extra for drizzle (optional)  4 tablespoons chocolate chunks  4 cups double-strength freshly brewed dark roast coffee.  Crushed ice  Whipped cream (optional)

Starbuck Java Chip Frappe Recipe - 4 tablespoons chocolate syrup plus extra for drizzle (optional) 4 tablespoons chocolate chunks 4 cups double-strength freshly brewed dark roast coffee. Crushed ice Whipped cream (optional)

Great cake decorating tips from the cake boss himself. This pin is full of great tips for decorating cakes, cupcakes or whatever you need to make a little extra pretty!

Great cake decorating tips from the cake boss himself. This pin is full of great tips for decorating cakes, cupcakes or whatever you need to make a little extra pretty!

Do not confuse this Salvadorian Quezadilla. a rich, cakey cheese bread, with the Mexican appetizer, quesadilla. This recipe comes from the small village of Rosario de La Paz in El Salvador. Flavored with Parmesan-type cheese, "queso seco", and sprinkled with crunchy sesame seeds, it’s a delicious blend of sweet and savory. Enjoy it by itself or with a scoop of vanilla ice cream and a hot cup of coffee.

Do not confuse this Salvadorian Quezadilla. a rich, cakey cheese bread, with the Mexican appetizer, quesadilla. This recipe comes from the small village of Rosario de La Paz in El Salvador. Flavored with Parmesan-type cheese, "queso seco", and sprinkled with crunchy sesame seeds, it’s a delicious blend of sweet and savory. Enjoy it by itself or with a scoop of vanilla ice cream and a hot cup of coffee.