So I put a roast in the crock pot over night and
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So I put a roast in the crock pot over night and
Posted by jorts4life on 7/2 at 10:20 am
put it on warm before I left for work this morning. Should be fine all day right? Don't wanna burn the thing up or dry it out or whatever.....


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Posted by AmosMosesAndTwins on 7/2 at 10:21 am to jorts4life
Will be fine if on warm.


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Posted by mpar98 on 7/2 at 10:22 am to AmosMosesAndTwins
they put it on warm over in the Food Board


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Posted by High C on 7/2 at 10:22 am to jorts4life
Roast will be fine. Not sure about the house.


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Posted by Sir Drinksalot on 7/2 at 10:24 am to jorts4life
Did it have plenty of juice?
If not its going to be jerky.



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Posted by Dorothy on 7/2 at 10:24 am to jorts4life
So you left meat in he crock pot overnight without it being on and just turned it on this morning?

This post was edited on 7/2 at 10:29 am

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Posted by DieselTiger1 on 7/2 at 10:26 am to jorts4life
youll be fine



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Posted by thedice20 on 7/2 at 10:27 am to DieselTiger1
enjoy the jerky


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Posted by tgrbaitn08 on 7/2 at 10:31 am to jorts4life
quote:

So I put a roast in the crock pot over night


was it on?

quote:

put it on warm before I left for work this morning. Should be fine all day right?


should be fine if it's already cooked



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Posted by Brettesaurus Rex on 7/2 at 10:32 am to jorts4life
Like others have said, as long as its in broth you're good. If it's just sitting in there dry, will be dried out to the max


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Posted by Sir Drinksalot on 7/2 at 10:32 am to tgrbaitn08
If its already cooked and he leaves it on warm all day it's going to dry out.


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Posted by CITWTT on 7/2 at 10:37 am to jorts4life
quote:

Should be fine all day right?




Yes that is the purpose of a crock pot, being able to ignore the food as the moisture content is trapped under the lid till time for vittles arrives.



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Posted by BugAC on 7/2 at 11:06 am to jorts4life
Did you cook it last night?

When i do weekday roasts in the crockpot, i put it on low when i leave. But i also have juice in there. I use a mixture of condensed cream of mushroom, dry onion soup mix, and beef broth. Sometimes i just use wine and water.

Always comes out great. I would think if you just had it on warm, it won't cook all the way through



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Posted by jorts4life on 7/2 at 11:08 am to CITWTT
Thanks y'all. It cooked overnight and put on warm before I left this morning. Plenty of broth. Thanks again!


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Posted by jorts4life on 7/2 at 11:09 am to BugAC
yeah used onion soup mix, beer, water and a few types of seasoning thrown in. Turned out damn good. Can't wait to get home. Just didn't want it to dry out or burn up while I was gone all day...


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Posted by tigeryat on 7/2 at 12:15 pm to jorts4life
That' a long time. Worst case would be you can make some roast beef debris sandwiches.

I don't like to leave things unattended in my slow cooker for more than 6 hours, but if you are comfortable with the temperature, you should be fine.



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Posted by LouisianaLady on 7/2 at 12:23 pm to jorts4life
I'm sure it will be fine, but out of curiosity, why did you cook it overnight if you knew it was going to have all day in the crock pot and could have been cooking then?


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Posted by AmosMosesAndTwins on 7/2 at 12:31 pm to LouisianaLady
quote:

why did you cook it overnight


Personally,

1. Waking up to the smell of a roast is the second best way to wake up, behind sex.

2. Never know when I'll get held up at work with that bad boy on cook, as opposed to warm.



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Posted by BayouBlitz on 7/2 at 12:32 pm to jorts4life
I've left a roast in beef stock overnight on warm and it was absolutely delicious.

As others have said, if you had liquid in there, you'll be fine. Should be very tasty.



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Posted by Gris Gris on 7/2 at 12:33 pm to BayouBlitz
BB, I put a T of tomato paste in my roast beef gravy. Just wanted you to know.


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