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 Should a roast be cooked the day before?

Answer On One Hand: Fresh Is BestWhile many people like to make their roast the day before, after a day spent in the fridge and then the reheating process, a roast can get dry or not taste quite as good a... Read More »
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How long should pot roast be cooked in the oven?

A round or rump roast should be cooked at 325 degrees F for 30 to 35 minutes per pound for medium rare and 35 to 40 minutes per pound for medium. Internal meat temperature should reach 145 degrees ... Read More »
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Why Should a Plantain Be Cooked Before it Is Eaten?

Plantains are native to Africa and are related to bananas but much larger. Unlike bananas, they are tasty when eaten at different stages of ripeness. Cooking and consumption options depend on the d... Read More »
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Should cooked food be cooled down before putting in the fridge?

Not necessarily. Supposedly modern refrigerators can handle the chilling of hot food. But personally, I help it out, either by separating the food into smaller, shallower storage containers to perm... Read More »
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Can a frozen roast be slow cooked?

The U.S. Department of Agriculture does not recommend cooking frozen beef in a slow cooker because it takes too long to defrost and heat up to a safe temperature throughout. Instead, cook it after ... Read More »
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