Reheating a full ham

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I’ve got a 10lb fully cooked ham sitting in the fridge. How long and at what temp should I Traeger this bad boy?
 

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I'd follow the directions on the label for reheating it in an oven. It's probably will take just over an hour at 350 degrees.

I'd make sure there was a pan of water in there for moisture if the directions don't already tell you to add 1/2" of water to your baking pan.
 

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I have smoked a fully cooked ham before, several hours at the 250° range. This was in a sidebox smoker and I was actually looking for the meat to be just a little dry to get the pull off affect.

Traeger will, as always, 'skin' the meat and hold the moisture in though... If I were doing a Ham in Traeger I'd let it go as low and as long as I could stand it...

But that would be an experiment in your case, you're just asking to reheat and serve??? Then GM has the right answer
 

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