Ham for the muffins

So how did I get leftover ham for my Green Eggs and Ham muffins?
Yep, that was yesterday’s fun recipe inspired by the amazing Megan over at ‘Crafty Conundrum’.  Have you had a chance to visit her yet? 
Go do that now.  There’s time to pop back here, this is a slowcooked recipe.
Well, I made a slowcooked ‘Ham and Black-eyed Peas’.
This is comforting.
I made it in the oven since I knew I was going to have it on for a long time (2 hours) but next time this all goes into the slowcooker.
I also used ham hocks which are difficult to find.  You can use a ham bone or just a small ham instead.
In my pot I’ve got; 1 rib celery, 3 garlic cloves chopped, 1 T. whole coriander, 2 1/2 cups of black-eyed peas and two ham hocks.
Add 4 cups of chicken stock and bake.

Serve with a nice chunk of bread and get ready for dreamy leftovers if you are very lucky. C:

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  1. Debbiedoo's says:

    If my husband saw all that you cook, I swear I think I would be a gonner!

  2. Jane Craske says:

    Keep in mind that my laundry is never put away and I never iron C:

  3. Kelley @ TheGrantLife.com says:

    Ohhh.. great idea! I have a bunch leftover. Yay!

  4. What an awesome idea! Love your blog and I'd better stop looking, because I'm hungry- yum!

  5. Janis@All Things Beautiful says:

    Oh my gosh…I'm drooling..seriously!! This looks soooo yummy! Wonder if the store has ham on special…hmmm!

  6. That does look amazing. I tried black eyed peas for the first time a couple months ago and loved them.

    The slow cooker is such a life saver, I use mine all the time.

  7. Jane Craske says:

    I couldn't be without mine C:

  8. Sharon @ mrshinesclass says:

    This looks sooooo good! going to pin it!

    Sharon @ mrs. hines class

  9. Anonymous says:

    How long did you bake and at what oven temp? Thank you :)

  10. Jane Craske says:

    Sorry about that, 350 for 2 hours.

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