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beef roast
I would like to use chuck roast to serve for a wedding reception and having some trouble deciding how to prepare it and reheat it. I have read your info on roasts but wonder if I can cook the beef roasts in cooking bags,slice them,vaccumm seal them and just thaw them and put in an electric roaster to reheat? I want to make sure they are tender and flavorful the local locker wanted $4.60 a lb for their roast beef. Surely I can make it cheaper?
A baron of beef (whole top round) is a good choice. It is sliced at the table.

Vacuum sealed and reheated, you need a sauce or gravy to reheat.

$4.60 is a good price for rib roast, very high for chuck.

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