From the kitchen of Joan Knewasser.  

After Scott & I were married, he asked me to get his mother's ham
recipe.  It's very easy.  If you use a bone-in ham, save the bone
to make
bean soup.                    -Stephanie
Ham, fully cooked, bone-in or boneless
1-2 cans sliced Pineapple, with juice
Maraschino Cherries
1 c Brown Sugar

Rinse ham.
Put in pan.
Score top.
Rub
cloves over EACH side.
Place pineapple & cherries with toothpicks.
Mix all of leftover pineapple juice from 1 can with brown sugar.
Pour all of it over ham.
Periodically baste.
Cooking times depend on size of ham, check label.
I reduce the brown sugar to 3/4 c & put the ham in an oven bag to baste.  The photo on the
left is with canned pineapple, the photo on the right is with fresh pineapple, in the oven
bag.           -Stephanie
Ham with Pineapple
"Do your little bit of good where you are; it's those
little bits of good that overwhelm the world."
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Ham with Pineapple and Cherries, in an oven bag