Vermont Castings

Fresh Ham on the Grill

Grilled fresh ham.

Servings
8
Prep Time
15 to 30 minutes
Difficulty
Requires attention
Cook Time
6 to 8 hours
Servings
8
Prep Time
15 to 30 minutes
Difficulty
Requires attention
Cook Time
6 to 8 hours

Ingredients

Directions

    1. Mix in a squirt bottle about 4 teaspoons of season salt and fill to the top with vinegar. Shake to mix.
    2. With a fork, insert holes in ham 1/2 inch deep. After inserting holes place a clove in every other hole. After inserting cloves, place ham on the aluminum foil and then coat the ham with lemon pepper. Wrap the ham and let it set over night.
    3. Early the next morning, bake the ham in the oven for 3-4 hours at 275 degrees. I use a Weber Globe grill. Place the coals on the sides of the lower grate and place a pan between the coals to catch the drippings. When coals are ready, remove the ham from the aluminum foil and place in the center of the grill and squirt the mixture of vinegar and season salt over the ham to keep it from drying out.
    4. Depending on size of the ham, cook until done. While cooking, remember to continue to squirt the vinegar and season salt mix over the ham at least every 30-45 minutes. I usually cook a whole ham 18-20 pounds for 10 hours on the grill. May need to add additional coals as the coals break down.
    5. Let stand for about 15 minutes then watch as you cut the ham fall off the bone. Incredible taste and great for a party or get together. Whole ham will feed up to 40 people with some left over.
    1. Mix in a squirt bottle about 4 teaspoons of season salt and fill to the top with vinegar. Shake to mix.
    2. With a fork, insert holes in ham 1/2 inch deep. After inserting holes place a clove in every other hole. After inserting cloves, place ham on the aluminum foil and then coat the ham with lemon pepper. Wrap the ham and let it set over night.
    3. Early the next morning, bake the ham in the oven for 3-4 hours at 275 degrees. Place the coals on the sides of the lower grate and place a pan between the coals to catch the drippings. When coals are ready, remove the ham from the aluminum foil and place in the center of the grill and squirt the mixture of vinegar and season salt over the ham to keep it from drying out.
    4. Depending on size of the ham, cook until done. While cooking, remember to continue to squirt the vinegar and season salt mix over the ham at least every 30-45 minutes. I usually cook a whole ham 18-20 pounds for 10 hours on the grill. May need to add additional coals as the coals break down.
    5. Baste with barbecue sauce of your choice, prior to removing the ham. I use KC Masterpiece.
    6. Let stand for about 15 minutes then watch as you cut the ham fall off the bone. Incredible taste and great for a party or get together. Whole ham will feed up to 40 people with some left over.

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