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What You Should Do Before Heating A HoneyBaked Ham

HoneyBaked hams have become the centerpiece of many holiday feasts and special celebrations. While most people like to serve the ham hot from the oven, HoneyBaked recommends bringing it to room temperature before serving.

Spiral-cut meat, in particular, has a propensity to dry out when reheated. It is best to cut the ham into slices before warming it up in a skillet or heating it in the oven at no higher than 275 degrees, wrapped tightly in aluminum foil.

To reheat the whole ham, set it on the counter for an hour, since bringing it to room temperature will mean less time in the oven. Keep the ham wrapped in the heavy-duty gold foil it came in to help it retain all that beautiful juicy flavor.