@earlyforest -- I have a basic honey baked ham recipe that I use every year, if you're interested. Here's what you do:
Take a cup of honey, 3 tablespoons of corn syrup (dark), 1/3 cup of butter, 3/4 tablespoons of dried mustard powder, 2 tablespoons of orange or pineapple juice, 1/4 cup of whole cloves, and your ham.
Treat the ham as you normally would (i.e., score it with the crosshatch pattern and put it to roast in the oven, flipping it over halfway through).
While your ham is roasting, take all the ingredients except for the cloves and combine them in a bowl. Put them on the stove at medium heat, and then bring it to a rolling boil, stirring all the while. Bring your heat down to low and let it cook for one minute, being sure not to let anything stick.
Now, when your ham is 30 minutes away from being done, take it out and stud it with the cloves, but be careful not to burn yourself -- those hams get hot!
Then pour the glaze over the top, and put it back in the oven, reglazing it every 10 minutes. You can keep the remaining glaze to serve with the ham.
Hope that helps -- it's a long-term classic for me, so I hope it works just as well for you!