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  • Porketta and con on the cob

    Hey Ya'll,

    The past weekend it was hot where we live (34 C = 93F) up here in Sudbury (for us anyhow) so we didn't want to cook in the camp (cottage) so with the residual heat from the Friday night pizza party on Saturday I put in a porketta roast along with some sausages and carrots and onions. Took some of those new small potatoes. Cut them in half tossed them in oil and some sea salt and placed then cut side down on a backing sheet. As for the corn I soaked the corn with husks still on in water for about an hour or so then put them on the oven floor and clossed the door.

    The corn was the most tender I have ever had and the sauagaes were just as tender ( won't BBQ a sausage again ). The potatoes were crisp on the bottom and tender inside. Even my kids complimemnt me on the meal

    Another awsume meal using the WFO.....I just love that thing!
    Live life like you're dying....without going bankrupt

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    Re: Porketta and con on the cob

    Originally posted by trapper View Post
    Hey Ya'll,

    The past weekend it was hot where we live (34 C = 93F) up here in Sudbury (for us anyhow) so we didn't want to cook in the camp (cottage) so with the residual heat from the Friday night pizza party on Saturday I put in a porketta roast
    Hi Trapper, Looks great! At what temp was your oven when you put in the roast, sausage, corn, potatoes? Did you put them all in at once? How long did they cook?
    Originally posted by trapper View Post
    The corn was the most tender I have ever had and the sauagaes were just as tender ( won't BBQ a sausage again ). The potatoes were crisp on the bottom and tender inside. Even my kids complimemnt me on the meal

    Another awsume meal using the WFO.....I just love that thing!
    It does look awsome for sure, I can almost taste it from here!
    Thanks
    John
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      Re: Porketta and corn on the cob

      The oven floor was 390 F. The whole meal took about 90 minutes to cook. The roast went in first with a temp prob in it. About 30 minutes latter I added the potatoes and sausages. Then for the last 20 minutes or so I put the corn in. Once the roast hit 173 F internat temp... Dinner was ready. The husk removal off of the corn was very easy. I have done it this way before on the BBQ and the husks charred and made a mess trying to husk the corn.

      This is definitly a meal we will repeat in the future.

      Actaully I just picked up two prime rib roast that we on sale

      Cheers
      Live life like you're dying....without going bankrupt

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        Re: Porketta and corn on the cob

        Originally posted by trapper View Post
        The oven floor was 390 F. The whole meal took about 90 minutes to cook. The roast went in first with a temp prob in it. About 30 minutes latter I added the potatoes and sausages. Then for the last 20 minutes or so I put the corn in. Once the roast hit 173 F internat temp... Dinner was ready. The husk removal off of the corn was very easy. I have done it this way before on the BBQ and the husks charred and made a mess trying to husk the corn.

        This is definitly a meal we will repeat in the future.

        Actaully I just picked up two prime rib roast that we on sale

        Cheers
        Thanks Trapper,
        This will definitley be on our menu soon!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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