Deviled Ham

Deviled Ham

My grandmother used to make the best Deviled Ham using leftover ham roast. She'd grind ham in her meat grinder and add some of her homemade Mustard Pickles, which is kind of like Chow Chow relish only hers was the world's best, seriously. Then she'd serve deviled ham...

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