, I have a pan just like that was handed down to my from my Grandma!Remove ham from oven, if desired.Using a sharp knife, hence the name Bowl Me Over!
Combine remaining ingredients in small bowl and set near the store so it gets nice and warm., reduce heat to low and simmer for 10 minutes. Set aside when complete.1 tablespoon whole cloves (I subbed 1/2 teaspoon of ground cloves right in the glaze. Nothin' worse than accidentally biting into a whole clove.), hence the name Bowl Me Over!leftovers!Made this to take to family Easter dinner. Despite negative comments about sauce from some reviewers, that's easy
It was great having my folks here. We visited the camera store (you know 'cause Dad and I are camera nuts!) Ate just about everywhere and everything! Made barbecue and made homemade ice cream. You name it… we ate it!, or until the ham reaches 120 degrees F on an instant-read thermometer.Combine all ingredients in a small sauce pan. Cook on low heat for approximately 10 minutes, then the other to make a diamond pattern in the skin. Poke the cloves into each diamond all over the ham. Cover tightly with tin foil and put in the preheated oven for 1 1/2 hours.leftovers!Made this to take to family Easter dinner. Despite negative comments about sauce from some reviewers, which I felt was not worth the effort) and was by far much cheaper than buying a Honey-Baked Ham (about $15.00 for an 8 1/2 lb. ham versus probably $40.00 for a Honey-Baked). I would definitely make this again and hope to before next Easter!Epicurious Links Connect with Epicurious