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Picnic ham and turkey

ShelbyShelby Posts: 803
edited 3:54PM in EggHead Forum
A friend is having a little party tomorrow. Need to do a small turkey and a fresh picnic ham.
Best to do the ham low/slow overnight then put the bird on since it won't take but a few hours OR do the turkey this evening, then add some fresh lump to do the ham?
Also, time/temps on the ham?


  • Shelby,
    I like to have the turkey done just before the meal, so it'll be juicy and warm. I'd choose the former, IMHO.

  • ShelbyShelby Posts: 803
    Yes, but the turkey is one of the key parts of a turkey gumbo, so guess it goes first.

  • Shelby,
    Guess so!

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