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Old 06-14-2008, 09:30 PM   #11
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legend, there are lots of ways to make this a tasty roast. If you want to sear it, then do so. But you don't have to.

If you want to cook it at 400 or 325 or another temperature, go for it. You can cook the roast properly at more than one temperature.

Don't stress out, do what you are comfortable with and enjoy the day.

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Old 06-15-2008, 05:10 PM   #12
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I gave it a good searing and than popped it into the oven at 375 degrees until the temperature reached 155 and than I let it sit while I warmed up the homemade mashed potatoes and acorn squash/spinache/cheese mixture plus made the gravy. 3 cups of broth (including juices from pan), 4 tablespoons of butter and 4 tablespoons of flour did the trick for the gravy. The pork roast was very juicy and very yummy. Plus we had rolls and nana made the deserts.

I think the roast was taking out of the oven close to 3:30pm and it was put in at 2:30pm. I had to change where the thermator was a few times as it said it was done a few times and I just KNEW it wasn't.

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