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Well, I did it! I welded a ham! Thanks to 032490's Recipe Had to glaze a ham couldn't find my propane torch so I broke out the rosebud. A little Oxygen/Acetylene never hurt any body?:thanksgiv
 

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That mans up any ham doesn't it. Mmmm this is good how'dya cook it?

Torch.
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That mans up any ham doesn't it. Mmmm this is good how'dya cook it?

Torch.
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Well, since pretty much most hams (spiral or not) are fully cooked, all I did was put a honey glaze (sugar, brown sugar, cinimon, nutmeg and allspice mixed in a bowl) and carmelized it with a torch. So I did that last night, put it in the frige wrapped in foil. Just put it in the oven to warm for dinner. As for the Honey Bake hams they just say set it out and bring to room temp.
Oh yeah, I did taste it "It's gonna be a good day"
 

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Pics or it didn't happen
 

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I saw a show on TV this morning about Thanksgiving dinners and when a lot of hams are mass produced in the factories they actually "weld the glaze on" at the factory. They even called it "welding the glaze".
 
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