- Hold the roast steady with a long-handled meat fork.
- With the knife held perpendicular to the cutting board, cut across the grain into thin uniform slices. Cut the slices between 1/4- and 1/2-inch thick.
Slice roast across the grain.
Slice across the grain for thinner cuts of meat.
Carving a standing beef roast is a bit trickier. Find tips in the next section.
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