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Probably a dumb question

BasselopeBasselope Posts: 102
edited 2:05AM in EggHead Forum
So I'm gonna do the ham on the egg for Easter. My question is where do I place the Polder? I seem to have learned somewhere that the bone acts as a heat sink, so it should not go there. I am thinking that it should be in the middle of the meat half way between the bone and the outer edge. Am I close or way off base.
Thanks and Happy Easter to you all


  • Wise OneWise One Posts: 2,645
    Basselope, I think you've got it. Just make sure it's not touching the bone.

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