New Years Meal on a SF 250

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Post by snuffy » Fri. Jan. 01, 2016 8:52 pm

This years meal was up to me so I used my Grandmother's 75+ year old aluminum dutch oven to roast the pork and sauerkraut. Got the SF 250 side wall temp to 400 degrees, browned the 3lb pork roast, added the kraut and some water and let it roast 2.5 hours. Finally was at 170 degrees inside the roast, let it simmer on a trivet until potatoes boiled tender and it was pure delicious. Hope everyone had a similarly enjoyable New Year dinner!
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Post by SWPaDon » Fri. Jan. 01, 2016 9:15 pm

snuffy wrote:This years meal was up to me so I used my Grandmother's 75+ year old aluminum dutch oven to roast the pork and sauerkraut. Got the SF 250 side wall temp to 400 degrees, browned the 3lb pork roast, added the kraut and some water and let it roast 2.5 hours. Finally was at 170 degrees inside the roast, let it simmer on a trivet until potatoes boiled tender and it was pure delicious. Hope everyone had a similarly enjoyable New Year dinner!
Snuffy
All this and no pictures??????? :gee:

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Post by snuffy » Sat. Jan. 02, 2016 8:49 pm

Oh, yea that's right. I think I can recreate the scene and ambience.

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