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I made this with a 5 lb picnic ham and cooked it for 7 hours until it was 170 deg. It was very good and everyone in my family liked it. I was the only one who thought it *might* be better with about 10 less cloves.
This is a great, simple recipe. I used it at Christmas for 2 separate get togethers and I had compliments each time. I loved that it was made in the crockpot and freed the oven up for other uses. I used a Black Forest ham and bought several more when they were on sale and put them in the freezer for use later this year.
Great! I threw in some potatoes and carrots, too. It made a quick and easy meal.
Absolutely love this! Cannot be beat for simplicity and ease--three ingredients!--and it tastes fabulous! It takes just a few minutes to put together, and the crockpot takes it from there. I try to keep a couple of the little boneless quarter or half hams in my freezer so I can just thaw, assemble, and plug in the crockpot--so quick and simple!
Made this twice and it gets better everytime. :)
Very tasty! I'm so glad that I have one waiting for me in the freezer for later. My family loves ham and this is a quick and easy way to make it with a great flavor. Thank you for a fabulous recipe.
Great taste! I recieved a "Fletcher's" brand Black Forest Ham as a gift...and found that it was completely encased in a black casing that is edible...but very unattractive. I "peeled" the casing off with a vegetable peeler, and then followed this recipe. Fantastic flavor, aroma, and color. Thanks for posting...this will be a repeat!
A nice simple meal. The ham was very tender and flavorful! Thanks for posting!