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Saturday, June 27 2009

If you're wondering how long do you cook roast beef, pork chops, or baby back ribs, the answer really depends on the amount of meat you are cooking, and whether you are grilling it, cooking it in the oven, or in the case of pork chops, frying it. Either way, follow these simple guidelines and you are sure to have delicious, juicy, and tender meat when you are finished cooking.

When it comes to how long do you cook roast beef, pork chops, or baby back ribs, let's start with the roast beef. Before you begin cooking your roast, it is a good idea to allow it to sit in a covered dish for a few hours until it reaches room temperature. This keeps it from having to be warmed by the oven before the actual cooking begins, which can cause cooking times to be inaccurate, resulting in the meat being tough. You should also sprinkle meat tenderizer and several seasonings on your roast beef while it sits to allow the beef to marinate in the flavor of the spices. Put the meat into a shallow pan designed for roasting, with the strip of fat on top. This will help the meat become more flavorful as it cooks and will also protect the top from overcooking. If you use a meat thermometer, you will know it is done when the temperature has reached approximately 150 - 160 degrees F.

And for knowing how long do you cook roast beef, pork chops, or baby back ribs, you will need to keep in mind that there are various ways of cooking pork chops. One rule of thumb is to look at the coloring. The meat of pork chops becomes almost white when it is cooked thoroughly. Baking them at 350 degrees for about 45 minutes usually produces perfectly done chops. Season them before baking or frying for extra flavor. Make sure that there in no pink in the middle when they are finished cooking.

And finally when you need to know how long do you cook roast beef, pork chops, or baby back ribs, you probably already know that you have two options for cooking ribs. You can either grill them or bake them in the oven. When grilling ribs, it is better to slow cook them over indirect heat. You can achieve this on a charcoal grill by placing the coals to only one side of the grill and putting your ribs on the opposite side.

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