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Smoking 'non pre-cooked' ham

post #1 of 7
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Hey Everyone,

 

I've got a handul of smoking 'events' under my belt now and have a question.  What is a non pre-cooked ham called when I'm looking for timings, etc on here.  I've done pre-cooked hams before and they've turned out quite well, but only smoked for 2-3 hrs.  One that isn't pre-cooked, can someone help me out a little bit for timings, temps, etc. 


Thanks so much.

post #2 of 7
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By the way, its 8lbs... 

post #3 of 7

A non-cooked ham is either a fresh ham or a country ham (dry cured) A cooked ham is usually refered to as a city ham.

 

I am sure if I am wrong some one will enlighten me.

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So same internal around 160-170 must be met and roughly 30 min every 1 lb?  Is that a fair assessment?


Thanks.

post #5 of 7
I have a fresh ham in the freezer, so I'm curious too.
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Originally Posted by christophcbv View Post
 

So same internal around 160-170 must be met and roughly 30 min every 1 lb?  Is that a fair assessment?


Thanks.


155 IT for a whole bone in ham.

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