HAPPY 40TH ANNAVERSARY, Mr. & Mrs Sihler!
It's a cooler 57° early spring temp this morning w/light filtered thru a high elevation thread-worn blanket. Mid-week chances of rain have been revised & reduced by the weasels. Now, according to them it's gonna be rainy and very windy for the coming weekend. Shooting registered skeet in cool or cold wet weather has never been anything I found rewarding, tho I've done it often enough thru the years. Looking like I made the correct call, in thinking to sit this one out.
On hams cooked in a slow cooker, we've done several with throwing the glaze pack away and then just pouring in a bottle of a favored BBQ sauce, either of the red or yellow down south types. One sauce that I like of the brownish/red type for that application is Head's©. It is a thin sauce w/a fine taste and less sugar to burn or clot. Sometimes I'll do that with a corned beef brisket w/o using the seasoning packet that is supplied with them and they really turn out nice for some tender and lean eating. If there is a thick rind on those corned beef brisket cuts and hams too, I remove it when cooking them in that manner. I prefer to buy the 'flat cut' rather than the 'point cut' variety for corned beef. Spiral cut hams can be done in a slow cooker as well, but they tend to sorta self-dismantle and can be messy trying to remove them whole... at least that has been my experience. I've never used one of the assorted liners sold to be used in a slow cooker. Bon Ami™ and a little elbow grease cleans them right up, after letting them sit with some water and a squirt of detergent in them overnight.
Have walked the front & back with the bride to see whot's new this morning in the way of blooms. Coffee is aromatic and refreshing. This morn I used its restorative powers much as the Tin Man did a bit of oil in warming my inners and generally becoming mobile. It helped to get the cricks out. Intensity of light just increased. Errands and yard werk await. Later, I've some spent hulls to sort. Some will walk the plank, whilst others will pass muster for another go at breaking a target before their retirement.
Y'all have a great day.