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    Apr 02, 2007

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    Can you cook a roast chicken with a small roast pork on the same pan?

    I am roasting two 1.8kgs rolled boned legs of pork side by side. What would be the cooking time

    I am curious about doing this myself...I got a 6 pound prime rib and a 3.5 pound that I need to cook together. We are thinking to tie them together, and cooking as if one roast. May just go get a larger one and freeze the others for another time.

    Thanks for the advice. Our meat market cut our roast at 12lb. Was supposed to be 18lb. So we have a 12lb and 6lb now. Since they are different sizes, I am going to cook them together end-to-end. I wonder if the 6lb roast will be more 'well done' than the other. I suppose this could be a good thing as I usually cook my rib roasts at 130 degrees. I will post back after the holidays and comment on my results.

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