How to either boil or bake an uncooked ham and how to heat an already cooked ham.
Heating an already cooked ham:
Mix 3 tablespoon honey with 1/2 cup sweet syrup from canned fruit (Pineapple, Peaches, etc;) add and mix in 1/4 teaspoon ground clove spice. Brush mixture all over the ham. Sprinkle ham with some brown sugar. Wrap the ham tight with aluminum wrap. Heat in oven for 60 minutes at 225-F or until heated.
Boiling an uncooked ham:
Place an uncooked ham (15 to 20 pounds) in a large kettle. Cover with water, add one large whole onion, add 6 Cloves garlic, 2 cups brown sugar and ½ pint of pineapple juice
Simmer or boil slowly for about 6 hours, or until tender. Let stand submerged in water over night. In the morning remove from water and let stand on rack. Remove bone and tie ham with butchers string then refrigerate, when cold it is ready to slice.
Baking an uncooked ham:
Purchase either half or a whole fresh ham. Wash thoroughly and salt well on all sides. Insert a dozen Cloves in and around top of ham. Set aside in refrigerator for several hours. Place ham into a large roaster pan with two (2) whole pared apples, add one (1) large onion cut in slices, one (1) carrot cut in pieces, add black pepper, three (3) cup water (maintain this level throughout cooking). Cover pan with lid or use tinfoil to cover pan, bake in preheated oven at 375-F for two or three hours, depending on size of ham. Turn meat over in pan as it is roasting, every one (1) hour intervals. Last roasting hour, place several pineapple slices on ham and sprinkle with 1 cup brown sugar. Allow to bake more only until done and tender. Remove ham and slice, using pan juices, mix one (1) tablespoon corn starch, 1/2 cup Pepsi cola and 1/4 cup of pineapple juice, slow boil everything in a sauce pan until it thickens. Pour this sauce over the sliced ham and serve warm.
How to cook a one half (1/2) uncooked ham 5-6 pounds
1 cup brown sugar
1-1/2 cups Coca-cola
1 cup crushed pineapple
Wash the uncooked ham. Rub ham with brown sugar. Place ham in roasting pan, pour coke and pineapples over it. Cover or tent ham with aluminum foil, bake at 375-F for 3 hours or until done. Check every hour after first hour and add a little water as needed to keep pan from going dry and burning bottom.