Picnic shoulder, or spiral sliced ham (My 3.5 lb ham made six servings)
One can sliced pineapple
8 – 12 oz. Coca-cola or Dr. Pepper
Place the ham in a crockpot. If it is a really big ham, you may have to slice part of the top off for it to fit. Just work with it until you can fit the whole thing in the crock pot. Sometimes if the lid just won’t seal, I’ll use aluminum foil, then layer a towel over the top for added insulation. Be careful if you do this, as the aluminum foil will get hot.
Pack brown sugar onto the top of the ham, and as far down the sides as you can reach.
Lay pineapple slices around the outside of the ham, using toothpicks to keep them on the sides.
Dot cherries in the middle of each pineapple slice, and in any other gaps you may have, using toothpicks to keep them in place.
Pour 8 – 12 ounces of Coca-cola or Dr. Pepper over the ham.
Cook on low for eight hours, or as long as needed, or on high for 4 – 6 hours. Periodically baste the juices over the ham.