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Cola ham with maple & mustard glaze

Cola ham with maple & mustard glaze

Cook a juicy gammon joint in a cinnamon-spiced stock, then add a sticky syrup and clove sauce and serve in thick slices, from BBC Good Food.

Rock n Roll Suicide: Pete Ham & Tom Evans of Badfinger can’t take it anymore

Rock n Roll Suicide: Pete Ham & Tom Evans of Badfinger can’t take it anymore

Blue cheese burgers on homemade light brioche rolls with crispy pancetta and onion chutney

Brioche burger buns

Blue cheese burgers on homemade light brioche rolls with crispy pancetta and onion chutney

Know One Knows - Badfinger Bass Guitar, Vocals: Tom Evans Drums, Keyboards, Vocals: Mike Gibbins Guitar, Vocals: Joey Molland Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals: Pete Ham Writer: Pete Ham

Know One Knows - Badfinger Bass Guitar, Vocals: Tom Evans Drums, Keyboards, Vocals: Mike Gibbins Guitar, Vocals: Joey Molland Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals: Pete Ham Writer: Pete Ham

Dennis · Badfinger Wish You Were Here ℗ 1974 Warner Bros. Records Inc.  Bass Guitar, Vocals: Tom Evans Drums, Keyboards, Vocals: Mike Gibbins Engineer: Bill Price Engineer: Garith Guinnes Engineer: Que Guercios Guitar, Vocals: Joey Molland Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals: Pete Ham Producer: Chris Thomas Writer: Pete Ham

Dennis · Badfinger Wish You Were Here ℗ 1974 Warner Bros. Records Inc. Bass Guitar, Vocals: Tom Evans Drums, Keyboards, Vocals: Mike Gibbins Engineer: Bill Price Engineer: Garith Guinnes Engineer: Que Guercios Guitar, Vocals: Joey Molland Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals: Pete Ham Producer: Chris Thomas Writer: Pete Ham

The Beatles 'perform' their 1966 hit "Paperback Writer" to be aired on the Ed Sullivan show. Guitar aficionados: George Harrison's Gibson SG, pictured here was not played on the actual recording (Fender Stratocaster was used) but he did later give it to Pete Ham of Badfinger, the first band signed to their Apple record label. You can see it in video clips of their performance of their 1971 hit 'No Matter What' produced by George.

The Beatles 'perform' their 1966 hit "Paperback Writer" to be aired on the Ed Sullivan show. Guitar aficionados: George Harrison's Gibson SG, pictured here was not played on the actual recording (Fender Stratocaster was used) but he did later give it to Pete Ham of Badfinger, the first band signed to their Apple record label. You can see it in video clips of their performance of their 1971 hit 'No Matter What' produced by George.

Badfinger - Without You (1970) *I can live if living is without you* Original version (I prefer Harry Nilsson)

Badfinger - Without You (1970) *I can live if living is without you* Original version (I prefer Harry Nilsson)

Harry Nilsson, Pete Ham and Tome Evans ("Without You")

Harry Nilsson, Pete Ham and Tome Evans ("Without You")

Badfinger consisted of Pete Ham, Tom Evans, Joey Molland and Mike Gibbins. They signed to Apple in 1968 as The Iveys.

Badfinger consisted of Pete Ham, Tom Evans, Joey Molland and Mike Gibbins. They signed to Apple in 1968 as The Iveys.

Pete Ham

Pete Ham

George Harrison with Pete Ham

George Harrison with Pete Ham

Snapshot: George Harrison and Pete Ham | When You Awake - Indie Folk, Classic Country and Roots Music Blog

Snapshot: George Harrison and Pete Ham | When You Awake - Indie Folk, Classic Country and Roots Music Blog