\nWHISKEY GLAZED SMOKED HAM \n\nWHISKEY GLAZED SMOKED HAM\nThis whole ham done on the grill is as good as it gets. Learn how easy it is to make a tender and moist "all holiday" Whiskey Glazed Smoked Ham for your next special occasion barbeque.\nTHE INGREDIENTS YOU'LL NEED:\nFOR GLAZE\n\n\tSerrano Chilies – 3 finely diced or your favorite chili pepper\n\tWhiskey – ¼ cup\n\tApricot Marmalade – 10 oz you could also use orange marmalade\n\tMolasses – ¼ cup\n\tSoy Sauce – 3 Tbs\n\tBrown Sugar – 2 Tbs\n\tIron Pot\n\nFOR THE HAM\n\n\tWet Cured Ham – around 17 ibs (this is not a precooked ham)\n\tYour Favorite Pork rub or you can use one of ours found at this link.\n\tPineapple Rings – 1 can\n\tToothpicks\n\tApple Juice – you can substitute with water or beer\n\tRoasting Pan\n\tRoasting Rack that fits inside roasting pan\n\nDIRECTIONS\nGETTING READY\n1. Set up your grill for indirect heat (hot coals on one side of the grill and no coals on the other side of the grill) – You’re looking for a temp. Between 300 to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.\nMAKING\nTHE GLAZE\n2. Place your pot on the grill directly over the coals\n3. To the pot add\n4. Serrano Peppers – 3 finely diced\n5. Whiskey – ¼ cup\n6. Apricot marmalade – 10 oz\n7. Molasses – ¼ cup\n8. Soy sauce – 3 Tbs\n9. Brown Sugar – 2 Tbs\n10. Stir and simmer\n11. Remove from the grill and set aside\nTHE HAM\n12. Liberally coat the whole ham with your favorite pork seasoning\n13. Place the Pineapple rings on the ham holding them in place with the toothpicks\n14. Place your roasting pan with the rack inside, on the side of the grill with no coals\n15. Put your ham into the pan\n16. Pour enough apple juice into the pan to cover the bottom\n17. Cover the grill with the lid – you are looking at about a 5 hour cook time depending on the temp of your grill\n18. After 1 Hour\n19. Brush a layer of glaze onto the ham\n20. After 2 ½ Hours\nRotate the pan 180 degrees so the ham cooks evenly\nApply another layer of Glaze\nEvery 45 minutes to 1 hour after this apply another layer of glaze\n21. When the internal temp of the ham reaches 160 degrees Fahrenheit (about 5 hours) Remove the ham from the grill\nFINALIZING\n22. Let the ham rest for 20 minutes – to let the juices redistribute throughout the ham\n23. Slice the ham and put with your favorite fixins\nSERVING\n24. Serve and Enjoy!