I'm cooking the Bon appetite bourbon glazed ham tonight and it calls for a 16 lb bone in ham. What kind of ham do I use? All I see are these smoked hams.
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read label closely to find out if its been cooked completely. If it has I dont know what recipe provider uses but I would assume recipe calls for a cooked ham unless it says otherwise. If ham has to be cooked in recipe for hours it shouldn't be referring to a cooked ham. I've always made the cooked ones according to label instructions.
Is this the recipe you're using? http://www.bonappetit.com...
If so, I believe you would cook the ham from raw.
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