I used a new to me glaze recipe on it, here is the link. My only advise with this glaze, it's like toffee if you let it cool down! It's good though.
While I had the oven on, I made a couple more Rhubarb Crumble Pies, recipe here. One for us and one to sell at the Church Strawberry Supper.
Saturday was another busy day for me. I baked the ham and the pies first thing in the morning before it got too hot. They are for lunch today. I then nipped into town to take advantage of the 20 x the points deal at Shopper's Drug Mart. So I am now stocked up on toilet paper and laundry detergent for the next six months. With coupons I only paid 99 cents for a bottle of Purex. Plus I treated myself to a 24 pack of Nestea. I don't have it that often so it makes a nice treat. I see they are changing the points system at Shopper's and not in our favour!! Here is a link to what's what. Now the girl in the store was saying that next weekend it's a bonus redemption weekend here in Ontario, so I may cash my points in. I only have 40 odd thousand; still I can get $100 worth of product free with that.
By the time I got back home and unpacked the groceries, it was lunch time. After lunch I made a potato salad for lunch today. Then fiddled on for the rest of the afternoon until it was time for me to go out at 4pm.
I went to the Strawberry Supper and sold a few recipe books; so far I have orders for 32 recipe books, so not too bad a start. There was ham, various salads, and rolls for the main course, with fresh srawberries, whipped cream, ice cream and shortcake for dessert. Coffee or tea. It was $14 for adults and $6 for children and under 4 was free.
There was also a table where homemade bread and biscuits/scones were being sold. I bought a couple loaves of bread. Also there was a table with homemade pies that the church ladies provided. They were selling pies for $10 each. There must have been around 40 pies on the table and when I left there was probably only 10 left. I am pleased to say someone bought my pie. At the time of writing I don't know how much money was made, but I know there was around a couple of hundred people who bought tickets for the meal. Regardless it was well worth while.