So it seems ham threads are very few and far between and I'm kind of surprised. I don't really know much about which cuts of meat are typically used for ham, but I've seen some people use boston butts which surprises me, since that's what is used a lot of times for pulled pork or pork steaks. I've also seen people smoke hams that have already been cooked.
A little back story: Last year, I was in the mood for ham and walmart had a big open freezer section filled with super cheap hams, so I grabbed one. It was only when I got it home and opened it, that I realized it was uncooked. I was really disappointed because I just wanted to eat some ham! LOL... So I fired up the oven and threw it in.
That ham, coming straight out of the oven, was the most delicious, tender, flavorful ham I've ever had in my entire life. It was SOO good. I think two of my kids and myself just stood in the kitchen picking pieces off of it and eating it on the kitchen counter until we were stuffed.
So I'd like to try the same thing in the smoker. Does anybody have any good recipes for smoking an uncooked ham?