Bristol's Badass Burlesque Show
Hello again, hope the soup went down well and the guests are crazy for more!
I spent a lot of time thinking about what to suggest for a main, I wanted to try and do something that would appeal to all the dietary requirements of my brothers and sisters (veggies, vegan, wheat intolerance etc) but that dish doesn’t exist, unless you are happy to have cous cous…
So I decided to go for a tried and tested meat option and plead with you to all ask what your non meat/dairy/wheat etc eating friends would actually like to have for their christmas dinner. I don’t know about you, but I know plenty of them that will kill the next person that serves a stuffed red pepper or a goats cheese tart without checking or having a bit more of an original thought. I can only imagine its like being served boiled chicken for the rest of your life every time you leave the house.
For the rest of us with no morals, I thought I would go for the cheaper and more-delicious-than-turkey option of baked ham! This is my favorite version as found on the BBC food website.
The beauty of a baked ham is that you can literally smother it in whatever you like, i love a good, sweet glaze on mine but you can do whatever you like. I’m not your mother.
Serve this bad boy with the traditional Christmas fayre and don’t forget to save some for pea and ham soup and some wicked boxing day sammiches!