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Experiment for Dinner

Egghead IkeEgghead Ike Posts: 6
edited 8:30AM in EggHead Forum
I decided to try something different on my large BGE tonight. I bought a 2 pound pork roast for $3.25 at the local grocery store. I used an organic roasted garlic herb seasoning, and rubbed it all over the roast. Then I let it sit out to get to room temperature while I got the BGE set up. I used the plate setter, and stabilized the egg to 325 degrees. I then put some soaked applewood chips on the coals to get the smoke going. Next, I smothered the top of the roast with some apple sauce, and used a spatula to spread it around. I then placed the roast in a roaster, uncovered and put it on the BGE for 1 hour and 20 minutes. When the juices start to run clear, you know it's ready. I then took it off the grill and let it rest under tin foil for 5 minutes.

This was the juiciest, and most tender pork roast I have ever had. My wife made rosemary potatoes and creamed spinach to go with the roast. We had a great dinner for 5 people.


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