How to Reheat a PRE Cooked Ham?

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You can re-heat a pre-cooked ham in the oven. The amount of time you cook it depends on its size. The oven should be set to 325 degrees Fahrenheit and you re-heat it for 10-14 minutes per pound. You may want to add a maple glaze for flavor.
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You can re-heat a pre-cooked ham in the oven. The amount of time you cook it depends on its size. The oven should be set to 325 degrees Fahrenheit and you re-heat ...
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