First step is to bake ham frozen, with skin on at a low heat (about 150 to 200 degrees) "all day". My ham wasn't frozen so I was a little worried about cooking it all day. Plus my oven would only go as low as 170 degrees. So I put it in the oven before leaving for church and it was "done" when I got home- 3 hours later.
Take out of oven- remove skin and fat.
Now comes the delicious part.
2 cups brown sugar
1 Tablespoon dry mustard
3 or 4 shakes of soy sauce
1/2 cup corn syrup
1/4 cup or less ketchup
(my ham was pretty small so I halved the glaze recipe)
I tried to baste it about every 5 minutes. The glaze becomes very liquidy and easy to spoon over the ham.
I made this to take to my sisters for dinner. So I just put it in a container, poured over the glaze- it travelled perfectly.
Just before eating we sliced it, poured some glaze over the slices and dug in. Pretty sure my brother-in-law ate half of it.
My sister also made a plain ham (that was HUGE) so there were lots leftover. I took a few pieces, put them in my container with some glaze and enjoyed it the next day.
Try it. You will love it.