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Old 12-20-2004, 05:54 PM   #1
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Toupee Style Smoked Ham - What is it???

Can anyone tell me this? I bought a whole, bone-out ham that is labelled "Toupee Style Smoked Ham". I am trying to figure out if it is cooked or not, and it doesn't say on the label.

Anyone?? I need to put this in the oven tomorrow.

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Old 12-20-2004, 05:58 PM   #2
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Re: Toupee Style Smoked Ham - What is it???

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Can anyone tell me this? I bought a whole, bone-out ham that is labelled "Toupee Style Smoked Ham". I am trying to figure out if it is cooked or not, and it doesn't say on the label.

Anyone?? I need to put this in the oven tomorrow.

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Never hear of it. However most cooked hams are labled fully cooked.
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The fact that its smoked implies that its cooked.....I did a quick google search for you..not that helpful..but the word smoked I believe is the key to your ? and therefore answer.
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If I am not mistaken it means "half moon" style. Does it look like a half a football? That is toupie style.
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