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How do you heat a pre-cooked honey baked ham prime rib roast?

How do you heat a pre-cooked honey baked ham prime rib roast?

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No such thing as a ham prime rib roast. Ham is pork, Rib roast is beef.

You can't just put it in the oven and heat it? Why is this complicated?

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