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Ham heating instructions heat ham baked ham recipee portland ham fest heating a smithfield spiral ham ham glaze how to cook farmer john spiral cut ham
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The first time i ever made a ham was for my future in-laws. they were in town for a visit besides using farmer john ham, bobby would use either robertson's or keller marmalade. note that when buying a bone-in ham, you should figure two to three servings per pound. allow about 5 hours of cooking time.
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It's a 17lb bone-in smoked ham--a very generous gift, i'm sure--but it comes with no instructions. i'm pretty sure i'll have to take the plastic sealer-wrap off, but then what? is it raw and in need of cooking? is it pre-cooked and only in need of oven warming?
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[1918] boston cooking school cook/fannie farmer war time cooking/pinkham here the 1920s cook found instructions for blackberry, strawberrry, grape and cherry wine, sherry, sauterne and plum liquor and home. these wines were generally fermented for 10 days. we have no idea how strong (% alcohol) they would have been.
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