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Rolled Roast help wanted!!

<p />I went to Shaws and they had really nice boneless pork roasts on sale. I asked the butcher if I could get one sliced up so I could try a "roll" type roast. They have many on display, beef and pork, but I figured I'd try one myself.....even had them give me free string to tie it up!! I just need to know one do I cook it!? Do I do it like a regular roast? Use a V-Rack? Direct or Indirect? I am watering at the mouth to try this (Pork, Spinach, cheese, seasoned bread crumbs).......Any and all advice would be GREAT!! I'll be sparking up the egg in a few!! Man am I hungry!!


  • Tom D.,
    I would cook it indirect at 325-350 degrees. Use the plate sitter with the legs up (or appropiate setup), drip pan with water in center of sitter, grill on top of legs and roast on the grill. Check the water about every 30 minutes and add as necessary. Will probably make great gravy. Cook untill 160 internal in the meat not stuffing, that might be the hard part.
    B D

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