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Wrapping meat in plastic wrap, to oven roast

JerryMe | Dec 23, 200910:18 AM     72

Tip found in today's newspaper. Does anyone do this? I just can't wrap my head around the fact that the plastic would not melt.

10. Here's a nifty method for slow-cooking ribs and pork butts. Wrap the meat with plastic wrap, then again with foil and slow roast in the oven. The plastic wrap traps in all moisture and does not melt. For ribs, add sauce and finish off on the grill - without the wrap, of course. If making pulled pork, allow the meat to cool slightly before tearing into pieces.

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