The Perfect Roasting Pan

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Re:The Perfect Roasting Pan 2013/10/29 18:39:31 (permalink)
I don't like a heavy smoke flavor.  The briskets and the turkey smoked on the grill foe 1 1/2 hrs. Then placed into the roasters to finish.     The grill had about 12  briquette and pecan wood.
 
The briskets after putting into the roaster, I don't open again for abt 3 hrs.   Those in the picture above, the coals died about 2 or 2 1/2 hrs. The temp that nigh went down to 28 degs.  I just left the briskets covered on the grill.   You can see cold fat on the broth.
 
The Turkeys were put into the roaster and the temp set at 150 - 160 deg. The next morning, I turned the temp up to 180-190 deg and started basting about every 30 min or so.    This made the color get darker and was done in another 2 hr.   The temp was turned down to warm.   ... These roaster pans are self basting, because of dripping from the lids while cooking.  So basting is not necessary unless you want a darker color.     ... Man this was so easy for Thanksgiving giving! ...
 
... of course, lleechef, I know you already knew that ...
post edited by edwmax - 2013/10/29 18:48:13
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Re:The Perfect Roasting Pan 2013/10/29 18:42:56 (permalink)
Edwmax, Beautiful!
 
Lisa, I'd love to see some of your meals. 
 
Ask for a camera inside of the Coach Bag!
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Re:The Perfect Roasting Pan 2013/10/29 20:10:10 (permalink)
mar
Ya know, you read my mind.  I'm going to ask Santa for a camera too!!
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Re:The Perfect Roasting Pan 2013/10/29 20:29:09 (permalink)
Fantastic!  Can't wait!
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Re:The Perfect Roasting Pan 2013/10/29 20:30:27 (permalink)
Now, just one damn minute!
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Re:The Perfect Roasting Pan 2013/10/29 20:41:18 (permalink)
Two against one..........you lose!
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Re:The Perfect Roasting Pan 2013/10/29 20:46:40 (permalink)
Not me. Santa loses.
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Re:The Perfect Roasting Pan 2013/10/30 00:23:28 (permalink)
" />  Camera, Camera, Camera!
 
And a Coach Bag.
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Re:The Perfect Roasting Pan 2013/10/30 09:42:51 (permalink)
Lisa, if you leave it up to OLD Santa, you may get something like this. You know how "up to date" OLD Santa is !!!!!!!
 

 
 
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Re:The Perfect Roasting Pan 2013/10/30 11:36:24 (permalink)
Bill
You're probably right.  I'll just take his credit card and go buy one myself! 
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