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Old 12-26-2006, 09:55 AM   #1
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Wolfe Roast

Here's our roast, not the best marbled roast in the world, but I didn't pick it out, (long story). Anyways, considering the leaness it turned out pretty good. I gave it a good coating of Worchesterchire sauce, then garic and Kosher Salt and Fresh Cracked pepper. Put in the oven at 450* for 15 minutes, then decreased the temp to 325*. I pulled at 130* and expected it to climb a few more degrees while resting, but it went all the way up to 145*. I also cooked some roasted redskin potatoes and garlic and my wife made her broccoli casserole. Overall dinner was a success! Gonna make cheesesteaks with the leftover roast for dinner tonight!


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Darn anorexic cows....

Still looks yummy though!!! How much is left?

My wife would've loved it. You shoulda seen the pile of fat on her plate that she picked off.
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Old 12-26-2006, 10:10 AM   #3
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That looks awesome bud!
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Old 12-26-2006, 10:16 AM   #4
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Cheesesteaks ????
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Old 12-26-2006, 10:39 AM   #5
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Cheesesteaks ????
Yeah, gonna use my slicer and slice real thin. Saute' with some onions and maybe peppers. Pile onto a hoagie roll wit cheese!
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Old 12-26-2006, 10:57 AM   #6
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Great job Larry! Don't forget to pile the cheese high!
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Great job Larry! Don't forget to pile the cheese high!
I just caught onto that, Nick! I have 5 more days of gorging left, now leave me alone!!! You jealous Blimp!!
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Great job Larry! Don't forget to pile the cheese high!
I just caught onto that, Nick! I have 5 more days of gorging left, now leave me alone!!! You jealous Blimp!! [/quote:1w0mvlqp]

I hear ya! My wife was disappointed to find out I'm not starting until Jan. 1!
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Looks good buddy. I roasted a loin roast in the oven for Christmas. Came out great.
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Hi Larry - First of all - Nice roast!

Do you think the 15 degree temeprature climb has anything to do with the inital high heat cooking? I have been reading lots of posts mentioning 15 degree climbs after removing from the oven/smoker...or maybe the hunk of meat is so big - it just has too much stored heat to cool quickly like a steak.

I guess maybe some combination of the two.

Anyway, looked great1

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Hi Larry - First of all - Nice roast!

Do you think the 15 degree temeprature climb has anything to do with the inital high heat cooking? I have been reading lots of posts mentioning 15 degree climbs after removing from the oven/smoker...or maybe the hunk of meat is so big - it just has too much stored heat to cool quickly like a steak.

I guess maybe some combination of the two.

Anyway, looked great1

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It certainly could have been due to the intial high temps, I dunno................. I cook rib roasts the same way every year for Christmas and normally only have about a 5 degree raise in temp. Not sure if the roast being so lean could have played a part in it either. It baffles me, but it was still enjoyed by and the steak and cheese tonight will be even better!!!
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nice lookin roast larry...hope it tasted as good as it looked!!
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Yeah we need some pics of those. Mmmmm got any au jus left?
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Prime Rib is hard to beat, looks good Larry.
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Looks great Larry. Cheese steaks are mucho good.
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