TYING A ROAST HELPS KEEP ITS JUICES AND SHAPE INTACT. HERE’S THE NEEDTO-KNOW KNOT THAT KEEPS IT TIGHT.
Place a two-foot-long piece of twine under one end of your roast, leaving about half an inch on one end.
Tie an overhand knot around one end of the string, and pull tight.
Using the long end, form a loop around your fingers and slide it onto the short end.
Pull both ends to tighten the knot. Cut and repeat, moving along the roast.