Listen now (2 min) | 📍 Introduction: Temperature matters quite a bit for roasting & is the ultimate driver of how your food turns out. For most items, you don't need to fret over the difference between 350°F or 400°F, but understanding the way food and temperature interact will help you gain greater control over the outcome. The main difference is that higher temperatures (400-500) cook items faster, drier & browner. Lower temperatures (300-400) cook more slowly, softly, and juicily. With a little knowledge, you can use temperature as your secret weapon in roasting food to delicious perfection.
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