I didn't make this necessarily as per the recipe, but as a base although my creation came out superb! I used a 6lb. (3kg-ish) boneless toupee-style ham (otherwise known as a spiral ham I believe; it's smoked) so I only needed to cook this at most for 3.5 hours. I lined a roasting pan (with lid) with aluminum foil (I seriously rec'd a disposable pan though). I lay this cut-side down (non-rind side). I made a paste with my homemade bbq/meat seasoning, Dijon mustard and pure grade b (medium) maple syrup. I poured a can of Dr. Pepper and a can of some sort of honey beer over it. Covered (though not completely as the the ham was a little too high to 'seal' the roaster) and let it cook at 325F for 3 hours. As some of the heat/liquid escaped, this allowed the 'sauce' to thicken. Last half hour removed the lid then when done let it rest, while brushing it with the remaining concentrated liquid. Removed netting/plastic-y thingy then cut to serve. This is delicious, not too sweet or too savoury- the right balance of the two. This will be our ham recipe from now on!
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I didn't make this necessarily as per the recipe, but as a base although my creation came out...