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Old 07-20-2007, 04:29 PM   #1
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An interesting way to stuff a roast

This is rather interesting: Power Drill & A Roast

I think they overcooked that roast, but imagine all the possibilities you have for a “stuffing”. It’s a bit unorthodox....but I think I’ll try it anyway.

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Old 07-20-2007, 04:31 PM   #2
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Looks like Hormel olive loaf lunch meat!

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Old 07-20-2007, 05:06 PM   #3
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I agree, keltin. It does look overdone but I think the technique has some promise. Imagine fresh herbs or lotsa, lotsa garlic. Maybe even shoving in some nice smoky bacon into the holes. There probably are as many ideas as there are cooks. Thanks for the idea. I think I need to go to my tool drawer and see if my Makita is charged.
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Old 07-20-2007, 05:16 PM   #4
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Ron Popeil is way ahead of this guy. Don't you guys all have one of his super duper injector thingies???
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Oh, come on, Andy. Using the injectors is just the lazy way. There's nothing like power tools to do a job right!
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Oh, come on, Andy. Using the injectors is just the lazy way. There's nothing like power tools to do a job right!
So, you're saying this guy is sort of a cross between Emeril LaGasse and Tim "The Tool Man" Taylor?
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Ron Popeil is way ahead of this guy. Don't you guys all have one of his super duper injector thingies???
Similar yes, I`ve been cooking that way for years, I use medical needles though. what 1`st gave me the idea was that I like my roast chicken with Flavours added, my wife likes hers plain.
so I inject my half of the chicken with whatever flave I fancy and leave hers alone.
roast the whole thing and I get my half and she gets hers :)

perfect wedded bliss!
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