You won't find us putting together a bunch of specialty food combinations in an attempt to get you to buy more smoked ham. No sir! We let you choose what
goes best with your Vermont Smoke and Cure boneless ham, sliced bacon and summer sausage. We do enjoy BBQing though, therefore we'd be remiss
if we didn't suggest a few barbecue sauces that work well with Smoke and Cure.
If you own a Weber® grill (who doesn't, right?) and you're looking for some real grilling fun, cook a Smoke and Cure
1/4 Boneless Ham
on the rotisserie! The small Weber® rotisserie motor is a wonderful option and can be purchased as an accessory at hardware stores that sell
Glaze your smoked ham with Curtis' BBQ Sauce
while it's rotating on the rotisserie at 325 degrees or so. Remember, for best results "cook slow and low".
If barbecue sauce isn't your thing, don't be afraid to simply brush on some
Dark Amber Pure Maple Syrup while it's rotating. Either way,
your ham should be grilled to perfection in about an hour or so. And take it from us, it'll be delicious!
Here's what the smoked ham looks like on the table, shortly after grilln'.
We grilled our ham with maple syrup. Towards the end of the grilling we cut the ham slightly to let the heat inside the ham a bit, while brushing in a little maple syrup.
This is actually the very same ham as shown above on the grill. It came out great! Best of all, we had ham sandwiches the next day!
Tip: If you're going to grill a Vermont Smoke and Cure smoked ham, purchase more than one and you'll save re-ordering. These boneless hams are fun and easy to cook, and the
resulting meals are extraordinary!