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Cooking Ham?

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Liz~*Celebrating Home *~ 1
puppylove 1
Momma2Fur 1
TweedleDee2 1
AZbound 2
shizzlemydizzle 1
LaLa 1
JAV87 1
giggles 3
Kazzle 1

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LaLa --- 2 years ago -

So we are having about 8 people over for easter tomorrow. I have never made a ham before.
What is the best kind to buy and how do you make yours? 

AZbound --- 2 years ago -

We love boars head sweet slice but it's a little pricey. Definitely worth it though! They also sell the glaze by the ham. It's in the deli at the commissary. It says on the package how to cook it. 

giggles --- 2 years ago -

It's pretty simple most Ham come with the detections how long to cook it and what not you can glaze it your self and stick that beauty in the oven,I like to pamper mine and cover it with foil and cook it with love 

giggles --- 2 years ago -

Good luck I actually have been told if you bak'em in a paper bag they taste pretty good as well. But maybe you can Google it. 

TweedleDee2 --- 2 years ago -

They sell those boars head at the commissary right?

They don't have a lots of layers of fat do they?

Seems like the ham I have gotten there that I thought were nice have lots of fat on them 

giggles --- 2 years ago -

I get mine lately at target it already cut I just cook it my self 

shizzlemydizzle --- 2 years ago -

Ham is already cooked- it's a smoked meat (unless it's a fresh ham).

All you're really doing is heating it up.

15 - 20 minutes per lb is plenty. 

puppylove --- 2 years ago -

I put a honey, brown sugar rub on it because putting it in the oven. 

Liz~*Celebrating Home *~ --- 2 years ago -

I cooked mine in a crock pot since I had a turkey in the oven for Thanksgiving. The Ham was so tender and juicy in the crockpot. We did take it out and out it in a oven safe dish for the glaze for the last 10 mins or so. Super yummy! 

AZbound --- 2 years ago -

They sell those boars head at the commissary right?

They don't have a lots of layers of fat do they?

Seems like the ham I have gotten there that I thought were nice have lots of fat on themĀ 




Yes they sell them at the commissary. They literally don't seem to have any fat at all. That's one reason I love them! The one we bought for tomorrow is around 2 lbs for $18 or so. 

Momma2Fur --- 2 years ago -

I always buy spiral sliced so I don't have to do the carving.

I put a mixture of apricot jam, mango/jalapeno jam and brown sugar to make a glaze. Sweet with a tiny hint of spice. So yummy! 

JAV87 --- 2 years ago -

If you want a recipe, I make a fantastic Honey Orange Glazed Ham! I just get a regular nonspiral ham, and baste it in a homemade orange honey glaze, its a crowd pleaser. :) 

Kazzle --- 2 years ago -

I just bought a nonspiral ham and glazed it with some butter, about 4 tbsp of sugar, 2 tsp of vanilla, 2 cups of grated pecans and a little powdered sugar. It sounds funny but it was absolutely amazing. You gotta caramelize the glaze first, but it's soooo worth it. 

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