A friend of mine produces some wonderful locally grown, hazelnut fed hams. I've never prepared a ham before but I was fortunate to pick up a 7.5 lb. boneless this year. I've seen many a mouthwatering display of culinary prowess on this forum so I was hoping some of you might offer some suggestions on how you would prepare this beauty for family and friends. I don't have access to a nice smoker so it will have to be oven baked. At this point I'm leaning towards using a turkey pan with a rack, orange juice beneath the rack, pineapple rings pinned to the sides and apples in the open space. Baked until it hits 140*F internally and rested 15 minutes. Thoughts? Anyone ever done a honey-baked ham? I'd love to hear some ideas. Thanks!