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Old 01-25-2011, 04:55 PM
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Default Re: 4th of July overnight cook

Do it man! The door was on the whole time. There's no guts needed. Just let the oven drop to 350ish, put in a tough cut of meat like a pork shoulder or a beef brisket, plug the door, and wait until morning. I've done it at least 6 times now with different cuts, and it comes out great every time.

Porchetta advice: Put the porchetta over a drop pan with some white wine in it. Or, if you're lazy, put it IN a drip pan with some white wine. Use the drippings/wine reduction to juice up the porchetta after you slice it. It's fantastic.

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