Here’s what to do with all that leftover ham

Come Sunday night, you might have a bit of a ham problem on your hands. It’s recommended that you buy 1/4 pounds of boneless ham or 1/3 pound bone-in ham per person for your Easter feast, but if you’re like most people, that number likely gets tripled … you know, for leftovers. Besides sending all of your guests home with a pound of ham a piece, here’s what else you can do with all of those leftovers: deviled ham Deviled ham makes for a great day-after lunch. It’s light and flavorful and takes no time to make. Get the recipe. HAM pot pie You’ve had it with chicken. You’ve even had it with turkey. Now it’s time to get creative and try your pot pie with ham. Get the recipe. HAM, mushroom and spinach strata If you’ve never had strata, it’s basically the best breakfast casserole you’ve ever had. Time to…

Pineapple on pizza? Canadian man credited with inventing Hawaiian dies at 83

The Canadian man who is widely credited with inventing Hawaiian pizza, setting of the world-wide debate over whether the fruit has the right to top a pie, died last week at the age of 83. Sam Panopoulos was born in Greece and emigrated to Canada in 1954 at the age of 20. He told BBC that he made the first “Hawaiian” pizza in 1962 at the Satellite Restaurant in Chatham, Ontario, as a fun experiment. “We just put it on, just for the fun of it, see how it was going to taste,” Panopoulos told the BBC. “We were young in the business and we were doing a lot of experiments.” Panopoulos said he and his brothers liked the sweet and savory contrast between the ham and the pineapple, and that they named it “Hawaiian” after the brand of canned pineapple they used. Pineapple on pizza became a trending debate earlier this year when the…