Pit Ham With Honey Glaze
Dickey’s Caribbean Chipotle Barbecue Rub and our Jalapeño Rosemary Steak Seasoning are major contributors to the crisp, honey glaze on the exterior of a bone-in ham. Some people go to expensive ham stores to get this glaze, but you can achieve the same thing in your barbecue pit.
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Heat pit to 250 degrees
In small sauce pan combine all ingredients except ham and bring to a boil to combine. Once a boil is reached remove from heat and reserve.
Place ham in pit and baste with 1/3 of glaze.
Insert meat probe. If your ham is pre-cured or smoked you should set to 140°. Approx. 1.5 hours.
Brush with glaze every 10-15 minutes. During the last 45 minutes, crumble the brown sugar over the top of the ham. Allow the brown sugar to form a crust on the exterior of the ham.
Once internal temp reaches 140° cover with foil and allow to rest for 15-30 minutes.