Please enjoy this lovely recipe from our friends at Monkeypuzzle Farm:
"The ham should go in a roasting pan with a little rack with apple cider below, about a cup and a half, the ham should rest just touching the top of the cider when you start, and the cider will reduce as it cooks.
Roast for about two hours at 325 degrees, or until the ham is at around 235 or 240 degrees. Then take it out and combine in a saucepan the cider (and drippings) with an eighth a cup of maple syrup, a quarter cup of brown sugar, three tablespoons of your fav mustard, and a teaspoon each of ground cloves, cinnamon, and nutmeg. Sweet and spice are the key to glaze, and really any combo will do. Put the glaze over low heat until it starts to simmer.
Before glazing the ham, score the fat on the outside of the ham so a little more renders off and mixes with the glaze. Brush glaze on the ham, now back in the oven at 400 degrees, re-glazing every 5 to 7 minutes until the glaze is used up and the ham is at temp. Let rest for fifteen minutes, slice and serve! So easy and soooo good, especially with the lovely marbling your hams are getting."