flavors that spiraled out of control…

For our Sunday night supper, I decided on a maple glazed, spiral ham served alongside sautéed haricots verts and fanned potatoes…
Since the ham was fully cooked and only required being heated through and then glazed, I focused more on my sides.
The haricots verts were blanched and shocked in salted water, then tossed into olive oil, garlic, crushed red pepper and sautéed ever so slightly…
For the potatoes, I made sliced into each almost fully through. A drizzle of olive oil, some salt and pepper, a light dusting of garlic powder and it was into the oven for thirty minutes until the potatoes split and began to fan apart!
Onto the plate went some slices of the ham, the haricots verts and the potato. The ham was salty and sweet, the haricots verts spicy and garlicky, while the potato… crisp on the exterior and creamy on the interior.
This hearty meal was the perfect ending to a wonderful weekend!

at a low simmer…
-R

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