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    Quick Pepper Stout Beef Question

    I'm trying this next week for a friendly gathering. How long does Pepper Stout Beef take from beginning to end?

    It will need to be done by 6pm. What time should I plan on putting the meat on?

    Thanks all!

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    Here you go. PSB is an excellent dish Barb and I make it all the time. Allow about 2 1/2-3 hours for the roast to hit 165 depending on the size of the roast, plus the time in the veggies. I would allow at least six hours start to finish.

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    I have gone as long as 9 hours with a 4lb chuck roast

    sometimes, it goes loooong.

    my suggestion is: if you absolutely positively need it for dinner at 6pm, put it on at 6am.
    OR make it the day before. It's ALWAYS tastes better the day after sitting in those flavours and getting goofy an' all....


    it reheats very easily.
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    Now that I think about it Jim's right. Do it the day before as the flavors are always better the next day. It is easy to reheat like Jim said.
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    Yep, cook it the day before. Then you can relax the day of the party.
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    I would but my son is in for a couple of days and is leaving before the other event. I'm doing baby-backs today. I'll get up a 6am to do the beef. 12 hours should be enough.

    Thank you all for your help. I'll let you know how it turns out.

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    I started it at 7am Sunday morning and it was ready by 5pm to many raves. No leftovers

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