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Our Guide to Roasting Everything

Roasting is one of the simplest and best ways to cook many of our favorite foods. Here's what you need to master this method.

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oasting is one of the simplest and best ways to cook many of our favorite foods. This week, we’re highlighting the equipment you need to master this method. Our favorite roasting pan can be used in the oven and on the stovetop— perfect for searing meat before roasting. Our winning carving board is roomy and has a wide channel that catches drippings. The wide, flat cooking surface of our top-ranked rimmed baking sheet ensures that foods cook evenly and develop lots of flavorful browning. For recipes, turn to How to Roast Everything, our definitive guide to this essential technique. It contains 295 foolproof recipes for everything from weeknight roast chicken to honey-glazed roasted peaches. With reliable equipment and our recipes, roasting has never been easier.

This perfect, pricey pot is built to last. It was substantial enough to hold and distribute heat evenly without being unbearably heavy. The light-colored interior combined with low, straight sides gave us good visibility and made it easy to monitor browning. The broad cooking surface saved us time since we could cook more food at once.   More on this test