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Spiral ham first time

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So there's no confusion I have got a 10 pound spiral ham, it says pre cooked on the label. I want to smoke it more to for taste of course , to what temperature should I cook it too, how long could it take at 225 ?
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So there's no confusion I have got a 10 pound spiral ham, it says pre cooked on the label. I want to smoke it more to for taste of course , to what temperature should I cook it too, how long could it take at 225 ?

 

Hey Buck, not sure if you already found your answer, but from what I have read 225 to 235 is a good temp, smoke for about 3 hours or an IT of 140F.

 

I was actually planning to double smoke a ham this coming weekend. If ever you need a good starting point, search the forum or consult Jeff's recipes (smoking-meat.com). You could always add to these recipes to make them your own!

 

Cheers!

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Ya I tried staying at 225 and had it on the rack till it got too 100 degrees about 2.5 hours then cause I didn't want it to dry out I sprayed with pinnapple juice then wraped in tinfoil for another hour and hit 135 and I took it out and let it sit another 15 minutes and it turned out pretty good
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Ya I tried staying at 225 and had it on the rack till it got too 100 degrees about 2.5 hours then cause I didn't want it to dry out I sprayed with pinnapple juice then wraped in tinfoil for another hour and hit 135 and I took it out and let it sit another 15 minutes and it turned out pretty good

 

Great! no pics??

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