Total Time
Prep 24 hrs
Cook 2 hrs

This ham works well hot or cold - this is great for large brunches, open houses, and other large outdoor gatherings. The prep time includes marinating time. For a little more spice, use ginger marmalade instead of orange marmalade.


  1. Mix orange juice, honey, chives, and oil.
  2. Score the ham in a diamond pattern.
  3. Pour the orange mixture over the ham and marinate 4-24 hours.
  4. Grill on low heat for 75-90 minutes, brushing with marinade.
  5. Mix the barbecue sauce, marmalade, and mustard; cook 5-10 minutes until blended.
  6. Brush the glaze on the ham and grill 10-15 minutes more.
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The sauce for this is super! I made it up and used it to bake a ham. We got snow yesterday so using the barbeque was out. The ham was nice and moist and we really enjoyed the sauce. Thanks for posting.

*Pixie* April 08, 2007