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 Have you ever put baby carrots in with your pork roast when cooking it Is it good?

Answer My wife and I have much more pork roast than we do beef and we always cook carrots, potatoes and onions in with it. They will be very good just like they are cooked with a beef roast. I personall... Read More »
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