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Thread: Heating up a Spiral Cut Ham

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    Default Heating up a Spiral Cut Ham

    All I need to do it heat up a 13 pound spiral cut ham. About how long would it take at 225? Three hours?
    Thanks for your time.

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    I think 3 hours, but I'd just turn it all the way up. 4 hours probably wouldn't be overkill. You could always foil it.
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    I am with Walleye, somewhere between 3 and 4 hours should be sufficient.

    If my memory is working correctly today (a big IF) spiral cut hams are already cooked, so you are simply warming that bad boy up.

    So the bigger question: How did things turn out? How long did it take?
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