I was just driving along this a.m., heading back home from dropping off my "Trailer Project" decals to be made up in advance of my springtime project, and all of a sudden it just "brainfarted" in my noggin'.
Leftover spiral ham, sliced onions, fresh green-beans, and a few nice 'taters.
Slice the 'taters just as you would for a conventional Scalloped Potato dish, mix the milk, salt & pepper and flour just the same as for the scalloped potatoes, add the sliced onions and cut up ham pieces, dish them all together into an 8" x 11" glass baking container, shake some grated sharp cheese on top, and bake it in the oven @ 325* for 'bout 45 minutes.
That, in itself, will be enough of a meal for the wife and myself, as it contains all the food pyramid contents: meat / vegetables / dairy products.
I'll take a couple pics after it's all baked, and one on the plate for presentations sake, and just add it to this posting, if possible to do like that.
Some of my best ideas come when I'm sound asleep or just driving along by myself.