Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Sticky Orange Glazed Ham & More

Kroger keeps putting ham on sale for under a dollar a pound and we do love ham so here is another cook with this treat. 

I did the last ham cook on my Green Mountain Daniel Boone in the rotisserie and this one will be in the Green Mountain Davy Crockett tailgater grill.

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The ham weighed 9.88 pounds and my sides are candied yams, pit beans, and some rolls that we will use for buns for the ham.

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I started the cook with the ham and the dish of yams.

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Ran the cooker at about 165 degrees for the first hour to generate a little more smoke and them moved it up to about 300 degrees.

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Pulled the candied yams off when they were done and foiled them to keep them warm. 

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My pit beans went on next.

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Pulled the beans next and as above, foiled them to hold for the balance of the cook. 

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Pulled the ham when the internal got to about 135 degrees.

Raised the temperature on the cooker to about 360 degrees.

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Put my raised grid in and loaded my rolls.

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They come off looking great.

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Sliced and chopped up most of the meat up for the freezer. The ham bone and some chunks of ham will be used for some soup beans today. 

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Made a nice lunch.

Gotta love that little pellet cooker.

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