what dessert goes good with ham?

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Answered: How do you reduce the salt in a ham

Toupie Ham can be boiled for 1 hour add some pepper corn to the water ,this will expel some salt ,but keep in mind that processed meat is what it is so if you are watching your salt intake I would advise you stay away from it and purchase a fresh ham instead , this way you can add a bit of salt if ...
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Hello everyone, wanting to make a dessert but ...

How about coconut caramel chews: http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/rachael-ray/coco-nut-caramel-chews-recipe/index.html