Hock

#5
tropper66 said:
Just roast them coverd in honey and mustard, works for me, in slow cooker with peas. Comfort food
I'm with tropper on this one - roasting them slowly makes the meat a bit sticky. I buy them roasted from the half chicken van that parks near us and have it with crusty bread. Good, simple nosebag.
 
#7
Some years ago my brother and I where working on a motorway and I put 4 hocks and a load of peas and onions with a cople of pints of OLD ROSY in a slow cooker before a 12hr shift. Trough the weather we got rained off and went to the pub, this happend for 2 days, So the hocks had been in the slow cooker for 48 hrs When we finaly rembered ,well it was a sort of pinky green jelly tasted great just looked like puke
 
#8
Boil it, this stops the ham from going dry, but put in the water, cloves, and peppercorns, then before putting in the oven for roast, smear in a maple syrup and honey mix, or dijon mustard. I find this makes a fantastic ham!!
 

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