Holiday Ham

I always buy the Sugardale boneless hams from Giant Eagle.  They are around $2.49 a lb a bit higher than semi-boneless or whole bone in hams, however, well worth it.

I score the top of the ham and put cloves (approx 15) depending on the size.
Put pineapple slices on the top and pour about 3 cups of ginger ale over the entire ham. 
Cook according to the directions, I think it is 15 minutes per pound.  
Take the ham out of the oven the last 30 minutes and replace the pineapple slices with new and spoon the glaze all over the ham (top & sides)

Glaze:
2 tablespoons of yellow mustard
¾ cup of light brown sugar
Pineapple juice

In a small bowl, combine the brown sugar, mustard and just enough of the reserved pineapple juice to make a thick glaze.

Sue…

One Response to “Holiday Ham”

  1. FredD says:

    Sue, all I can say is deeeeeeelicious!
    You did an excellent job in preparing it for our club Holiday Party!
    I highly recommend this.
    Thank you!!!
    Fred

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