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Roasting in the oven or boiling on the stove are two ways to cook a half or whole bone-in shoulder picnic ham. The meat must register 165 degrees Fahrenheit internally, no matter which method is used. More »

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To make ham for a picnic, or any other meal, buy a 10 to 15 pound uncured piece of ham, add a rub or seasoning, then place it uncovered in the oven at 325 degrees Fahrenheit, for around 18 to 20 minutes per pound. Once c... More »

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A recipe for smoked shoulder picnic ham is smoked shoulder with marmalade glaze using carrots, onions, celery, marmalade and brown sugar. Another recipe is slow smoked pork shoulder with Napa cabbage slaw and queso fresc... More »

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To make ham for a picnic, or any other meal, buy a 10 to 15 pound uncured piece of ham, add a rub or seasoning, then place it uncovered in the oven at 325 degrees Fahrenheit, for around 18 to 20 minutes per pound. Once c... More »

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Precooked ham, whether half, whole or canned, can be safely eaten from the package without further cooking, but if reheating a cooked ham is desired, it can be reheated in a 325 F oven to an internal temperature of 140 F... More »

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Cook a ham in the oven by rinsing it in cold water, placing it in a roasting pan and cooking it for half the required time. Remove the ham, rub it with a glaze, and continue cooking while basting the ham regularly. More »

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The recommended cooking time for ham varies based on type and weight. A whole cooked, smoked ham should be cooked for 15 to 18 minutes per pound, while a half bone-in smoked ham should be cooked for 22 to 25 minutes per ... More »

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