Yes, the ham does have cooking directions, but they're not apparent until you unwrap the ham. Unfortunately, this doesn't help you if you're trying to plan a meal. The inside of my Ridge Creek Spiral Sliced Honey Ham reads as follows: Heating Ham--Preheat oven to 250 degrees, remove ham from refrigerator and all packaging materials. Place ham face down directly into baking dish or roasting pan. Cover tightly with lid or foil and heat at 250 degrees for approximately ten minutes per pound. (Estimated heating time is one hour and fifteen minutes for half ham or two hours 30 minutes for whole ham.) Note: If you intend on glazing ham, follow glazing ham instructions below.
Glazing Ham--Remove ham from oven and discard foil. Increase the oven temperature to 425 degrees. Empty contents of glaze package into saucepan. Add four Tablespoons of warm water. Heat glaze on high, stirring constantly, until glaze begins to boil. Remove immediately from heat. Using a brush, apply glaze immediately by brushing it generously over the surface of the warm ham. Heat glazed ham uncovered at 425 for 10-15 minutes. Remove ham from oven and serve.
Well the trick is you have to find some heating device to keep it warm while you slice it. Maybe that's just a weird trick here in Greensboro though. http://www.advancedapplianceserviceinc.net/
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