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WarhawkRebel
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Roast drying out



I have a roast that is fully cooked and want to warm it up for supper. What can I do to keep it from drying out? Injectible, broth, gravy? Any suggestions?






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oldcharlie8
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re: Roast drying out


buy a shoulder roast next time.






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Martini
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Put it in casserole dish with a cup of water and cover with foil. Put in oven on about 300 and let it warm up slowly. It will be fine.





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DownshiftAndFloorIt
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Is there no gravy involved with said roast?





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WarhawkRebel
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quote:

Is there no gravy involved with said roast?


Yes there is.






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WarhawkRebel
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quote:

Put it in casserole dish with a cup of water and cover with foil. Put in oven on about 300 and let it warm up slowly. It will be fine.


Thanks!






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Darla Hood
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I like slicing roast when it's cold. I seem to get better slices that way. Can you slice and put in the gravy to warm?





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Powerman
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I like slicing roast when it's cold. I seem to get better slices that way

One of my friends in Metairie sells really good roast beef poboys and that's one of his tips






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WarhawkRebel
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quote:

I like slicing roast when it's cold. I seem to get better slices that way. Can you slice and put in the gravy to warm?


Yeah, I can do that. Thanks for the tip.






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