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CharredApron 03-31-2013 09:28 AM

Best way to re-heat a ham?
 
I pulled my Ham out (Is this the woodpile?) of the cooker last night when it reached 170 degrees. I am wondering the best way to re-heat and glaze it without drying it out. I am thinking keeping it wrapped and setting the oven to 200 degrees with a water pan beneath it. Any thoughts. Suggestions welcomed, sarcasm approved!:wacko:

Stoke&Smoke 03-31-2013 09:42 AM

225-250 for 12-15 min per lb. Hope you cooled it quickly enough when you finished it!

boogiesnap 03-31-2013 10:00 AM

mine is the oven @ 250* over a sheet pan full of rootbeer.

you cooked yours to 170*?

CharredApron 03-31-2013 10:13 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by boogiesnap (Post 2430064)
mine is the oven @ 250* over a sheet pan full of rootbeer.

you cooked yours to 170*?

Was at a Party at my friends house down the street. When I left the IT was at 120, so I had to leave and after we ate, I quickly ran back home and it was at 170 but it felt like butter. The shank, which I had separated, cooked the full time with the ham and it was awesome!

we shall see, the proof is in the pudding!


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