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Date Posted: 16:17:10 05/26/02 Sun
Author: Roger
Author Host/IP: d141-220-230.home.cgocable.net /
Subject: Re: Eye of Round Roast
In reply to: BBQfan1 's message, "Re: Eye of Round Roast" on 12:30:27 05/26/02 Sun

ok you lightweights, don`t make me go to the basso forum to find out how to do it..LOL

Ok Mike, you went with a sear and a 300 cook temp and took 2-2.5 hours,,,,,,I`m at a solid 250 with NO sear so I should be looking at a time right between you and reg, say in the 3-3.5 hour range for a 160 internal...

Sounds good, time to cut the lawn while the roast is on, its been on for a half hour or so....

phuzz me!, these little Red Cap Stubbys are going down good....

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