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Ready to cook ham - Please help

Last post Apr 16, 2006 6:48 AM by mom_gray47_MI . 8 replies.


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  • Ready to cook ham - Please help
    I thought I brought a fully cooked ham, and just looked at the ham, and it is a "ready to cook" ham. It weights 9 lbs (bone-in, shank portion) How long does this need to cook?

    I was planning on making a "Coke and pineapple glaze" is this still O.K.

    Please help, sons, daughter-in-laws, and grandchildren coming for dinner.
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  • RE: Ready to cook ham - Please help
    LOL I did the SAME THING! And JUST posted about it!
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  • RE: Ready to cook ham - Please help
    Opps... guess I did the opposite. I thought mine was NOT COOKED and here it says it is FULLY COOKED.
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  • RE: Ready to cook ham - Please help
    It should say on the package how long to cook it doesn't it? I'll look in my recipe book to see if I can help you.
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  • RE: Ready to cook ham - Please help
    I always cook my (taught to me by my mother-in-law) to cook 20 minutes per pound. I cover with foil.

    My grandmother use to use the same glaze on this kind of ham.
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  • RE: Ready to cook ham - Please help
    I would say plan on 15-20 minutes per pound. I usually throw it in the crockpot on low for 7-8 hours, to free up the oven.

    :)
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  • RE: Ready to cook ham - Please help
    It says to check under the label, But the label is impossable to peel out.

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  • RE: Ready to cook ham - Please help
    I check, and the ham is too large for the crookpot, I will have to use the oven (and hope I have room for the sweet potatoes)
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  • RE: Ready to cook ham - Please help
    Thanks for everyone's help, I check the link on the other post and now I know how long to cook. Have a happy and joyful Easter. And my God bless all.
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