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Old 04-23-2009, 11:20 AM   #11
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I think the 350 may be better for beef.. I will give that a shot. I do the lower temp for the pork and automatically do it for beef. I like pork a bit more done than beef.. The higher temp will cook a bit faster, less deep into the meat leaving the beef a bit more rare..
yes do try it. the oil and the 500F starts to build a nice brown crust. then the 350F carries it along and like you said brings it to med rare in quick time. i usually cook a 4 to 5 lb eye round about 1 hour, due to the fact that it is long and slim it always comes out nice and pink without to much brown depth.
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