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60snight Posts: 11
edited January 2012 in Pork

Would like to try cooking a raw ham in the BGE.  Have a recipe for the conventional oven for "Glazed Ham" and was wondering if I could use the same basic instructions( i.e: temp. duration of cooking time etc." and simply set the Egg up to the same temperature and let her go.  Oven instructions are 275 degrees for 6-8 hours.  Like to cook as much as I can on the egg as the texture, flavour and moistness are second to none.