Glazed Ham on a Grill




When the weather turns gloomy and wet here in Oregon, the brightness of the falling leaves brings a glow to the day.  Our thoughts turn towards Thanksgiving, warm meals in the evening, and cups of hot chocolate and tea.  Today, on a wet, rainy Monday, Rob decided to cook a ham on the grill.  He preheated the barbecue to 350 degrees.

Then, he made a glaze.

1-1/2 cups brown sugar

1/2 cup pure maple syrup

1/2 cup hot water

1 Tablespoon ground cloves

2 teaspoons cinnamon

He stirred it together.




He put the spiral sliced ham into a disposable foil pan, about 9″ x 13″.  Then he poured the glaze over the top.  He added water until it was 1/2 inch deep in the pan, including the glaze. It was covered with foil, to keep the moisture in.  He put the ham into the barbecue and shut the lid.  The ham was in there for 1 hour at 350 degrees.  Then, he turned the grill down to 200 degrees and smoked it for an additional 2 hours.  It was delicious and the family devoured it.  It was so good, he may make it again for Thanksgiving, unless he comes up with something he likes even more.



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