Festive Easter Recipes for Ham and Lamb

The Ultimate Food Fight!
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Watch as two Easter favorites go three rounds, with knockout recipes 
to wow your holiday crowd. And the grand finale: one recipe combining both. Everybody wins! 

Ham

Stout-Brined Rack of Pork

Try our Baked Ham with Spiced Apricot Glaze

Lamb

Bone-In Salt-Cured Leg of Lamb with Garlic & Rosemary

Try our Bone-In Salt-Cured Leg of Lamb with Garlic & Rosemary

RACK

Stout-Brined Rack of Pork

According to a facebook poll, 68% of you are on team ham

"Ham—because it’s more budget-friendly.” 
—Chelsee N.

"Ham all the way. ” —Rose T. 

"Ham in the South.” —Tracie L.     

Try our Stout-Brined Rack of Pork

Sun-Dried Tomato & Parmesan-Crusted Rack of Lamb

12% of you are on team lamb

"Easter for us is always lamb on the spit.” —Anna D.    

"Greek = lamb.” —Eve G.    

"The only ones who like lamb are my mom and myself... the rest are sissies.” —Sil Q.

Try our Sun-Dried Tomato & Parmesan-Crusted Rack of Lamb

BRAISE

Milk-Braised Boneless Pork Shoulder

Try our Milk-Braised Boneless Pork Shoulder

Pomegranate Braised & Glazed Lamb Shanks

Try our Pomegranate Braised & Glazed Lamb Shanks

MAKE BOTH!

Easter Mixed Grill with Herb, Lemon & Honey Glaze

7% Of you go for the split decision

"Ham for the family, a lamb chop for me.” —Kristy R.

"Ham for the main dish, but lollipop lamb chops
 as appetizers.” 
—Adele S. 

“I have a hammy, lamby Easter. We grew up having leg of lamb. Add a hubby who hates lamb, and ham was added to the menu.” —Mary Anne C. 

Try our Easter Mixed Grill with Herb, Lemon & Honey Glaze