I feel really stupid for having to ask, but I've never served a spiral-sliced ham before. It will be for sandwiches at a post-christening lunch. Do I have to warm it up, or can I just unwrap it, stick it on a platter, slice off some starter slices, and serve? Some of our guests can't stay long, so I want to have stuff we can whisk out of the fridge the minute we get home (we won't eat right that minute...but I won't have to heat things or do last- minute prep etc.). Will the chill come off the ham better if I slice it off the bone beforehand? I will have plenty of prep time in the morning before church. Besides the ham, I'm planning to make baked beans in a crock pot, a pasta salad, spinach salad, chopped fresh pineapple, a veggie pltter, and assorted breads, rolls, cheeses and condiments for the ham. Pickles and olives, too. My mother-in-law will bring devilled eggs. Dessert will be a cake from a wonderful neighborhood cake baker. (The poor baby...the partiy's in his honor and he won't get to eat any of this stuff!) Last question....has anyone ever had a spiral-slices hamj from BJ's? How was it.