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    Slow & low sounds great. Just wondering though, if you cover it while cooking?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Roman View Post
    Slow & low sounds great. Just wondering though, if you cover it while cooking?
    I do mine uncovered. There are links in the original post that explain the procedure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Monello View Post
    I do mine uncovered. There are links in the original post that explain the procedure.
    Thank you.
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    We don't eat a lot of red meat anymore, but low and slow is how I do our rib roast each Christmas. I agree that this is the best tasting way to cook a roast - the flavor just doesn't compare.

    To me, a slow cooker roast is a completely different meal, with all the onions and carrots and potatoes in there, soaking up the juices and the roast getting all melted.
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    I did a rib roast on the slow, and low method. It couldn't have been more perfect. Thanks!!
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    I went to the window of the local grocery store and asked for half of a rib roast. I got what appears to be half a rib from the world's largest cow. So in the oven it will go later tonight so it's ready around noon tomorrow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Monello View Post
    I went to the window of the local grocery store and asked for half of a rib roast. I got what appears to be half a rib from the world's largest cow. So in the oven it will go later tonight so it's ready around noon tomorrow.
    Oh... thanks for the reminder... I need to start mine tonight so it's ready for dinner Sunday.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kwillia View Post
    Oh... thanks for the reminder... I need to start mine tonight so it's ready for dinner Sunday.
    Did you remember to invite Heinz?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Monello View Post
    Did you remember to invite Heinz?
    Misters Black and Decker; they have the tools to cut thru that overcooked, dried out charred piece of used-to-be roast.
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