Need help with my ham!
I have a bone in ham from Baczynzky (East Village Meat Market--) Kurowycky used to give out a xerox explaining how to heat the ham but EVMM does not-- I seem to remember wrapping it in foil and heating at 300 for a few hours-- am I right??
I've got a bone-in spiral sliced Cook's Ham and it says 275 degrees and 10 minutes for every pound--so mine will take about 3 hours to heat to 140 degrees.
I just put mine in a roasting pan and cover tightly with foil. Heat for 2 1/2 hours, remove, and smear my glaze on. Leave the foil off for the last 30-40 minutes of cooking.
The center of the ham should be 140 at serving
oh, I also tack on about an extra half hour to the baking time, just in case the weight is off a bit or my oven is heating a little cooler than normal...