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roast in Cooking topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishroastroast1 /rəʊst $ roʊst/ ●●○ verb [intransitive, transitive]  1 DFCto cook something, such as meat, in an oven or over a fire, or to cook in this waygrill, bake Are you going to roast the chicken? the delicious smell of meat roasting We caught a rabbit and roasted it over an open fire.see thesaurus at cook2 DFCCOOKto heat nuts, coffee beans etc quickly in order to dry them and give them a particular taste dry-roasted peanuts→ See Verb table
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roastThis paste was then spread over bread and placed underneath the pheasant to collect its juices while the bird was roasting.In comparison, steam is 212 degrees and coffee beans are roasted at temperatures of 350 to 425 degrees.That effort earned Boksic a roasting from Paul Ince, who had been screaming for the ball in a much better position.One more moral leader roasted on the fire of his own weakness.Add wine and stock to roasting pan and bring to a boil, scraping up any brown bits.Roast the chicken for three hours in a hot oven.Father was sitting cross-legged by the remains of a fire on which he had roasted the leg of a small deer.Even the judge joined in roasting the media for their coverage of the case.The study also prompted the U. S. Department of Agriculture to revise and shorten its recommended roasting times.Is there some secret recipe for roasting whole potatoes?