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Reviewed Peach Glazed Ham
"Yet another simple recipe that will yield amazing flavor. This time around I used canned peaches since my local store didn't have fresh ones today. A co worker said this time the peaches were even better vs the fresh ones, but I don't know how to pick peaches for the sweetest flavor so they probably didn't have any flavor. If you have left overs, cut up the ham and keep it soaked in sauce for the next day and it just soaks it up. If your peaches are still warm and have room for desert, drop a few slices over a bowl of vanilla ice cream.
Reviewed Neelys Sauteed Spinach
"As others have said, a very simple, flavorful side dish to go with anything. This is the second time I've made it tonight, and my fire house co workers love it. You have to remember that you may think you have a lot of spinach, but once you put it in the pan / pot, it'll shrink down to a very small serving. I used 3 bags of baby spinach which one bag yielded 2 servings and I fed 6 big hungry fire fighters, including myself. Everyone only got one serving out of it, it disappeared fast. I made this with another Neely recipe, the peach glazed ham, also another favorite. Balsamic vinegar is a potent liquid and must be careful not to use too much, which is what I think another user did since it was said to overpower it.