Smoked Ham Hock with Beans and Vegetables  1 smoked ham hock 200g of dried beans (I used borlotti, but haricot , butter beans or kidney beans) soaked overnight 3 sticks of celery finely chopped 2 carrots peeled and diced 1 white onion roughly chopped 5 cloves of garlic peeled 3 sprigs of thyme 1 bay leaf 2 pints of boiling water Black pepper to season

Smoked Ham Hock with Beans and Vegetables.

Smoked Ham Hock with Beans and Vegetables 1 smoked ham hock 200g of dried beans (I used borlotti, but haricot , butter beans or kidney beans) soaked overnight 3 sticks of celery finely chopped 2 carrots peeled and diced 1 white onion roughly chopped 5 cloves of garlic peeled 3 sprigs of thyme 1 bay leaf 2 pints of boiling water Black pepper to season

Schweinehaxen  Muess machen.   This seems to be the most traditional and doable recipe, but let me make it first before I confirm that.    Where can I buy "ham hocks"?

Schweinshaxe (German Ham Hock)

Schweinehaxen Muess machen. This seems to be the most traditional and doable recipe, but let me make it first before I confirm that. Where can I buy "ham hocks"?

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Southern Style Pinto Beans with Fork Tender Ham Hocks, made in the Crock Pot! Serve these beans over rice and along with corn bread, and you have a winner!

Southern Pinto Beans and Hamhocks Made in the Crock Pot

Southern Style Pinto Beans with Fork Tender Ham Hocks, made in the Crock Pot! Serve these beans over rice and along with corn bread, and you have a winner!

Believe it or not, jerk is so Christmassy – the spices are pretty much the same ones you use in mulled wines, Christmas puddings and mince pies. What I love about this recipe is that you can have these right away, then rough up the leftovers and press them into a terrine, crisp them up in a pan and toss them through a warm salad, or stuff them into one of the world's best sandwiches with a limey mayonnaise and maybe a thin slice of Swiss cheese. I'm hungry just writing this!

Jerky ham hocks

Believe it or not, jerk is so Christmassy – the spices are pretty much the same ones you use in mulled wines, Christmas puddings and mince pies. What I love about this recipe is that you can have these right away, then rough up the leftovers and press them into a terrine, crisp them up in a pan and toss them through a warm salad, or stuff them into one of the world's best sandwiches with a limey mayonnaise and maybe a thin slice of Swiss cheese. I'm hungry just writing this!

This beer-glazed ham hock recipe is certainly a sight for sore eyes, making a fantastic Sunday lunch option. The hocks are cooked in Meantime Pilsner, ginger and honey, before reducing the cooking liquor to make a sticky glaze for roasting.

Ham hock cooked in pilsner with honey and ginger

This beer-glazed ham hock recipe is certainly a sight for sore eyes, making a fantastic Sunday lunch option. The hocks are cooked in Meantime Pilsner, ginger and honey, before reducing the cooking liquor to make a sticky glaze for roasting.

Ham Hock and Cheddar Croquettes with honey mustard dip. A delicious make ahead party food or snack that's baked not fried!

Baked Ham Hock and Cheddar Croquettes

Ham Hock and Cheddar Croquettes with honey mustard dip. A delicious make ahead party food or snack that's baked not fried!

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