I'm generally pretty hush hush with my BBQ recipes, but I thought I'd share this one. I used a store bought ham, bone in, not sliced. Open up a hole in the top of the bag and drain the packing solution and fill with your favorite bourbon (I use Jim Beam) and refrigerate 24 hours. Use a bowl to collect the bourbon the next day and make a paste with your favorite rub and the bourbon (I cheated and used Stubbs pork rub because I didn't have time to make mine) and liberally rub the entire ham. Let it rest while you heat up your pit to around 250 (I was lazy and used my electric with pecan chips) place ham in a foil cooking pan and put it in the pit and cook for about an hour or so to get the rub caramelized, then lower the heat to around 200 and add a cup or two of bourbon to the pan and cover the ham with foil making a "tent" type cover and smoke for another 20 hours or so. The end result is a fall off the bone tender juicy ham that will be the envy of your next party. I made mine at Christmas and have made 3 more for other people that just had to have one.