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Default Eye of round roast

Anonymous wrote:
Simmer a 5 or so pound eye of round in water flavored with
bourbon and bay leaf, celery and onion. When rare, take out
and throw in a real hot oven. I use 500F. Let it brown in
there. When brown, serve. This uses less hydro than roasting
the roast from it's roasting stage.



But it's boiled, not roasted.

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Default Eye of round roast

On Sat, 10 Jul 2010 10:48:50 -0600, "gloria.p"
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Anonymous wrote:
Simmer a 5 or so pound eye of round in water flavored with
bourbon and bay leaf, celery and onion. When rare, take out
and throw in a real hot oven. I use 500F. Let it brown in
there. When brown, serve. This uses less hydro than roasting
the roast from it's roasting stage.



But it's boiled, not roasted.


It's his version of sous vide... he's trolling gloria.

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