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Amazing Roasting Tips

December 18, 2018
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December’s definitely one of THE best months to prepare a roast for your family dinner.

Whether it’s chicken, turkey, pork, lamb or beef, the savory aroma of a well prepared roast makes takes you back to some of the best meals you’ve ever had because Roasts have a way of making memories. Maybe it’s because we often reserve roasts for large family meals or special occasions or maybe,…they’re just THAT good!

Because a roast is a larger piece of meat, (generally, enough to feed the entire family), it’s a bit more of an investment in cost, it makes sense that roasts should require a slightly larger investment of your time and attention.

From the initial pre-heating your oven to the final slicing, a typical roast takes a minimum 1 ½ to 2 hours.

A minimum.

Often, that’s more time than most people are willing to wait to eat once they’ve come home from work so many people prepare their roast on a weekend evening when they can devote more time. That’s smart.

Having said that, whenever you decide to prepare a roast, it’s always time well spent, even more so if you spend a few moments to prep, season and roast it correctly. Your reward is all the time you’ll have while it’s roasting, time you can spend doing “other” things.

Like relax.

Or maybe enjoy a glass of wine?

And to make that “investment” pay off with delicious dividends I’ve prepared Nino’s Roasting Tips, a rather comprehensive guide to the Do’s and Don’t of roasting.

My easy to read, easy to follow tips will help you create that perfect roast that you pictured in your mind when you first saw that piece of meat in the butcher shop and then imagined it on your dinner table.

In the guide, I’ve got the “How To’s” on everything from how much to buy?, how to prepare?, how to season?, how to roast? and finally and MOST important,…how to know when it’s done!

The only thing you’d be left to answer is “How did I do without these tips for so many years”?

And when it comes time to pick out that perfect roast, stop by Nino’s in-store, full service Butcher Shop where you’ll find a terrific variety of roasts to choose from.

For more “Roasting Tips” check out my YouTube Video.

We’ll help you to pick out a roast that’s just right for your dinner and offer you any additional advice you need. You can also pick up any additional supplies you might be looking for from Marinates & Rubs to Stuffing Mixes, and your favorite condiments.

It’s all right here at Nino’s and it’s all good.

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