Ideally served with roasted potatoes, steamed green beans or asparagus. Add a lemon pie or a carrot cake for dessert and you have a perfect Easter dinner.
STEP 1 Preheat the oven to 325 degrees F.
STEP 2 Place the ham in a roasting pan. Score the top surface of the ham in a diamond pattern.
STEP 3 Melt the butter. Then stir the melted butter, honey, brown sugar, and mustard until smooth.
STEP 4 Push a whole clove, point side down, into the center of each diamond in the ham.
STEP 5 Spoon half of the butter mixture over the ham.
STEP 6 Roast the ham, uncovered, for 20 minutes, then spoon over the rest of the butter mixture.
STEP 7 Roast the ham for 10 minutes per pound (50 minutes for 5 pound ham).
STEP 8 Baste the ham every 20 minutes for perfect glaze.
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