3 ways to use leftover ham

3 ways to use leftover ham from Easter (or any occasion) including a breakfast, lunch and dinner recipe.
3 ways to use leftover Easter ham

When you think of holidays that produce massive amounts of leftovers, I’m guessing everyone’s mind immediately goes to Thanksgiving. Am I right? Maybe it’s just my family, but Easter gives T-day a run for it’s money in the leftover department. Different meat, same level of fridge inundation. The only issue is there aren’t a million sides leftover like there are on Thanksgiving to transform all that leftover ham in the days (weeks?) after and you’re stuck looking at 10 pounds of the stuff in your fridge thinking “ok, what the HELL am I going to do with all this?”

I got you.

We’ll be eating week old ham for Easter this year because this delicious Jones Dairy Farm smoked ham was made last week so I could throw together some breakfast, lunch and dinner ideas for you guys using the leftovers. These may not use up 10 pounds of leftover meat, but they’ll get you on your way…

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