Monday, January 28, 2008

Cottage roll

Do you know what a cottage roll is?

It's a ham and is cured in a brine.

We used to have them a lot when I was growing up. You put the cottage roll in a pot of water, along with potatoes, carrots, onions, cabbage, etc. and let it simmer for hours. It's very tasty!

I hadn't made one in a while so today was the day! Since I've become a recent fan of the crockpot, I made it in there. I'm not a fan of cabbage so left it out.

Just before it's time to serve it, I put it in the oven for a bit with a brown sugar/mustard glaze.

5 comments:

OldOldLady Of The Hills said...

Sounds really yummy! I've never heard of this before and never knoeingly tasted this kind of Ham....!
I LOVE The Crockpot! It is truly one of the great GREAT inventions of the 20th Century!!!

Isabel said...

Oooo looks really yummy!

Anonymous said...

It was delicious and I must say, better than my Mom used to make and Mom used to do a great job with a cottage roll.
Rumrunner

Teresa said...

Wouldn't that be called a traditional Newfoundland dinner. Do tell are you part Newfie? Must confess to having had many of those dinners growing up. So good on a cold night.

Teena said...

teresa: We used to call it a "boiled dinner" when I was growing up in Nova Scotia.