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Old 01-28-2007, 07:45 AM
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Default Re: Slow Roast Beef

Jim,

The roast was fantastic, moist, perfectly cooked, and the internal temp was exactly where it should be for safety concerns. A bonus was the braising liquid, half of which I reduced by half, adding a bit of white vermouth, until the bubbles on top of the reducing liquid were shiny and a bit sticky. Great sauce. Had it with Risotto and green beans. Very nice, too.

I used a heavy enamel over cast iron pot, covered tightly, and turned the roast once. There was stock halfway up the roast, and I added aromatics, which I later discarded.

Jim
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