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This is my first ham...how do I cook it to ensure that it is moist. I will be using Cook's ham - Butt. Thank you so much

asked by Punkin31 almost 4 years ago
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added almost 4 years ago

Hams from Cooks are already cooked, vis a vis USDA regs. To heat it for serving, put the cut (face) side down in a pan with a bit of water, though I sometimes use white wine. Cook's hams are too sweet for my taste, but you can add a brown sugar on the surface and heat in a 350 oven til at least 145 internal temp. There is so much water pumped into the ham it would be very hard to dry it out.

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thank you Chris...I will try the white wine instead of water :-) Happy and safe Thanksgiving to you and your family.