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Bought the wrong ham, need cooking suggestions

We wanted to cook a particular recipe for New Year. It calls for a ready-to-cook ham and specifies NOT a fully cooked one. We looked at hams in the store until we were blue in the face, and still managed to come home with a fully cooked ham. We went ahead and injected it and rubbed it as instructed, but I want to ask how I should modify the cooking instructions.

The recipe calls to cook it at 300 for about 20 mins per pound. Since our ham is already fully cooked, I assume I can cook it less than that, but the question is, how much less? Do I just cook it until it looks nice and go ahead and pull it off, knowing it is already fully cooked?



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