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To make raisin sauce for baked ham, combine 1 cup of water and 1 cup of raisins into a medium-sized saucepan, and bring the mixture to a boil. Mix in 2 tablespoons each of brown sugar and flour. Stir in 2 tablespoons of butter, and cook until the sauce thickens.


Precooked hams come in two types: partially and fully cooked. A partially cooked ham needs to be baked for about 20 minutes per pound in a 350 degree oven. A fully cooked ham only needs to be heated for about 10 minutes per pound in a 350 degree.


The health benefits of ham depend on its type. Lean deli ham is low in fat but it is high in sodium, while cured ham steaks are sources for calcium and potassium but also saturated fats. Most hams contain nitrates, which have been linked to cancer.


It is best to cover a fully cooked ham with foil when baking it. Fully cooked hams can become dry when reheating, and covering them tightly with foil prevents excessive dryness.


Dogs should not be given ham to eat. It is high in fat and sodium, both of which can make dogs sick or even kill them.


HoneyBaked Ham sells its signature ham at honeybaked.com. Customers may purchase whole, half and quarter-sized hams. They may also order other items through the company's website, including turkey breast, cheese and gourmet mustard.


Ham radio is a radio broadcast by licensed, amateur radio operators, called hams. Ham radio operators must pass an Federal Communications Commission examination in order to be able to broadcast on radio frequencies that are reserved for amateur operators.


Ham in large portions can cause sickness in some dogs. A small amount should not cause any long-term complications.


Make baked scalloped potatoes with ham by combining melted butter, flour, parsley, salt, pepper and thyme in a pan. Slowly add milk, and bring it to a boil. Layer a baking pan with potatoes, onions and ham, and top with the milk mixture.


Ham may be frozen from 1 to 6 months, depending on the type of ham. Uncooked ham usually freezes better than the cooked varieties.