Today, New Years Eve Dance Washington DC I have had the notion to cook a good dinner.  On the menu: ham, corn, kale, and rice.  The corn and kale were picked fresh from the garden.

The New Years Eve Dance rice will take the longest to make.  I will start by measuring enough rice and water for about four servings.  In a saucepan, I will bring the rice, water, butter, and some seasonings to a boil.  Then, I will reduce the heat, cover the pan, and simmer the rice for about twenty minutes or until it is cooked.

Next, I will rinse the New Years Eve Dance Washington DC kale.  In a large pot, I will cover the kale with water, add a piece of bacon, and bring it all to a boil.  Once the water starts to boil, I will cover the pot and cook the kale on medium-low for about fifteen minutes or until it is cooked.

In the meantime, I will fill another large pot with water, put it on the stove, turn the stove eye on high, and wait for the water to start boiling.  Now, I will begin shucking the corn.  After all of the silks have been removed, I will rinse it thoroughly under tap water and put it all in the large pot.  The Professionals in the City corn will boil for about seven minutes.

While I am waiting for the rice, kale, and corn to finish cooking, I will cook the ham and make the New Years Eve Dance Washington DC glaze.  I will fry the ham in a pan for approximately three to four minutes per side.  Once it is heated through, I will put it on a plate so that I can use the pan to make the glaze.

Making the New Years Gala Dinner glaze is easy.  It takes about a teaspoon each of water and butter, two tablespoons each of brown sugar, honey, and mustard, and just a dash of pepper.  All of the ingredients should be stirred together over medium-high heat until the mixture beings boiling.  Then, the heat should be reduced to low.  I will continue to cook the mixture for about two minutes, or until it thickens, stirring frequently.

Lastly, I will turn off all of the stove eyes, add the ham to the New Years Eve Dance Washington DC glaze (flipping once in order to coat the entire ham with glaze), drain the water from the vegetables, add two tablespoons of butter and some salt and pepper to the kale, and serve immediately.

Hey Guys, Just a little bonus video for this week. This was last night’s combo class by @katieleigh19. Me and my Studio 19 friends….enjoy! XO, Chloe Tweet me at: @chloedancer3 Follow me on…

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