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Bone-in Ham for 150: Slice firstor whole in nesco?
CEN
11/26/11
I know there must be an answer to this somewhere in the forum but was unable to find it. Someone donated 9 9lb fully cooked, smoked BONE-IN hams for our shelter meal where we'll feed 150 hungry men. I've done boneless sliced before but this is a bit of a challenge for me. I have access to 5 18 qu.Nescos. I'm thinking 2 hams in each, if warmed whole. How long to heat that way to 130 or so?
Or, would it be better to slice first and reheat in (probably) 3 Nescos? I'm worried about all that slicing at the last minute with limited volunteers, but don't want to dry it out. Thanks so much!
ellen
11/26/11
Much better to slice, then reheat, see the reheating turkey and ham article.

You could start slicing the day or two before, wrap in foil butcher-wrap style, and refrigerate until ready to heat. About 20 pounds of meat per roaster.

 
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