Slow-roasting methods offer moist, flavorful beef

01/9/2008 | Washington Post, The

From fire pits lined with banana leaves to microprocessor-controlled kitchen equipment, man has long known the culinary benefits of slow-roasting meats and vegetables at low temperatures. Here are some tips for preparing slow-roasted beef, including placing the roast fat side up so it self-bastes and pan-searing the roast to give it a caramelized crust.

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