In a small saucepan, combine honey, apple cider vinegar, fresh thyme, Kosher salt and butter. Bring to a simmer over medium-low heat.
Cook your ham according to package directions. Since you can use any cut you'd like, it is hard for me to instruct you on temperatures and times.
When ham is about 30 minutes away from being done, start to baste with thyme honey glaze, basting every 10 minute until finished. Be mindful to get in all the cuts, nooks and crannies for the most flavor!
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Use this ham glaze on any cut of ham, spiral cut ham, ham steaks, bone-in ham or just a small ham roast. Feel free to double the recipe if you are making a large roast. Adapted from Epiciruous.com