One day last winter, my neighbors and I were making many batches of Christmas cookies at my house and had plans to go later in the evening to see all the pretty Christmas lights at City Park here in New Orleans. Pressed for time, I needed an easy, warming, pantry type meal I could throw together in between batches of cookies to steel ourselves for hours of walking around in the cold. My neighbors had generously bequeathed the Thanksgiving ham bone to me, (because, um no, a twenty pound turkey is not enough meat for the six of us) so I wanted to return the favor by making something with it for all of us. This soup that I call, "Left Over Thanksgiving Ham Bone Soup" is what I came up with. Happy Soup Season, Everybody. Please enjoy with reckless abandon. —DoubleNegative
Place everything in the Instant Pot and cook at high pressure for 30 minutes.
*Note: Never fill your IP past the 2/3 mark, please adjust water level accordingly, depending on the volume of your ham bone and vegetables. If the water comes up to around the 1/2 mark on your pot that is fine.