Gray's Journal

Friday, February 27, 2015

Chef Rollins' Three Favorite Easter Ham Glazes

These 3 glazes will spruce up any lunch or dinner by adding a hint of spice, sweetness and shine to your holiday ham. Not only can they be used for Easter but for anytime during the holidays. 

Pineapple Cherry Ham Glaze (Easter)
Prep Time: 10mins
Cook Time: 5 Mins

1 Can Sliced Pineapples (15.25) Drained And Keep Juice
4oz Of Maraschino Cherries
1 Cup Brown Sugar

Before Baking Ham, Place Pineapples Slices On Ham With Toothpicks And Place Cherries In Center Of Pineapple.
In A Small Sauce Pan, Combine Brown Sugar And Reserved Pineapple Juice On Medium Heat Until Sugar Is Dissolved And Mixture Becomes Thicker.
Pour Glaze Over Ham The Last Hour Of Cooking. 

Maple Cinnamon Ham Glaze (Thanksgiving)
Prep Time: 10mins

¼ Cup Brown Sugar
1 Cup Maple Syrup
1 Tsp Ground Cinnamon

Stir Brown Sugar And Ground Cinnamon Together In A Bowl Until Well Combined. Add The Maple Syrup And Stir Until Smooth.
Glaze Ham 45min To 1hour Before The Finish.

Zesty Ham Glaze (Anytime)
Prep Time: 10mins

½ Cup Brown Sugar
3 Garil Cloves
½ Cup Of Mango Chutney
2 Tsp Orange Zest
1/8 Cup Orange Juice
¼ Cup Dijon Mustard

Combine Brown Sugar, Garlic Cloves, Mango Chutney, Orange Zest And Mustard In Food Processor Or Blender. Blend Until Smooth And Glazed Ham About 45mins Before Finish.

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Watch the NCAA March Madness at Graylyn

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Tuesday, February 17, 2015

What March Madness Means At Graylyn

March is rapidly approaching and (despite daylight saving time and St. Patrick's Day) what does that mean to all those sports enthusiasts out there? March Madness, of course! While employers complain that they lose money during the NCAA tournament, employees score on their office pool winnings. But do these activities harm your employees' moral or boost it? Let's take a look at this infographic.

There seems to be much research that has been done about work productivity during March Madness, but why watch the games in your office, lit with flourescent lighting and surrounded by chatty coworkers, while you can watch them in a comfortable setting. 

Each year at Graylyn, we set up our own bracket and show the games throughout the tournament in our very own Grille Room. Relax by the fire with a cocktail and maybe even some appetizers and enjoy the games. 

Stay tuned for more information about Grille Room openings for the March Madness, and we hope to see you here! Go Deacs! 

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