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Has anyone here made/tasted a Baked Ham with Coca Cola? I first heard about this about 5 yrs ago from my Middle America co-workers, who raved about it. I wanted to try this but I'm afraid of ruining a perfectly good ham. I google recipes for this and find it has a high rating from many users. In theory, it seems like something kids would like more than adults but if this is ham's equivalent of the fried turkey, I don't want to miss out. Even Nigella Lawson has a recipe (btw, I looked for an obligatory Nigella pic but it appears she has reached the too old & fat stage of her life. However back in her prime, my goodness).
obviously a completely different part of the pig, but pork shoulder marinated in coke/dr pepper is unreal
glad i could be completely unhelpful...
I'll take "threads you can't decide are serious or parodies" for $1000, Alex.
To me, all sweet glazes for ham are pretty much alike, though I imagine a "Big Red" glaze would be pretty awful.
This post was edited by SATerp on 4/8/2012 at 8:48 AM
I've had it, it's good but SAterp is right on (with glazed being similar and Big Red not being good)
Who cares, it's ham. If it sucks, throw it out and try again. But I'm sure it's good.
This post was edited by TortugaGrande on 4/8/2012 at 9:18 AM
It is fairly common particularly in the South to glaze a ham with some type of cola. It just adds some sweetness to the ham, and I've thrown a pork shoulder in a crock pot with cola,brown sugar and vinegar as well. It's no big deal, and pretty good. It beats the hell out of just baking a ham fwiw.
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