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Unread 12-09-2010, 01:53 PM   #5
Big_T_BBQ
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If you sear first you have to let it sit for 10ish minutes to cool back down then cook it. If you sear then cook you basically get a bulls eye look and taste to the meat, the outside ring is way overcooked, the you have an overcooked ring, then just right in the center.

I roast slowly (215-235) then let rest, then sear, then let rest again.
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