This recipe is a combination of Ree Drummond's preparation and research of the reverse sear method. It is the easiest and most foolproof recipe for a roast and the technique works for pork as well. Play with the spices, but remember, simpler is better because the taste of the beef needs to be the star. I use my counter top roaster and it works great. Very little drippings will come from this roast, so plan on a separate gravy or Au Jus recipe (out of a package is fine). I panicked when my first 10 lb roast came out at 138 degrees after 5 hours. It was pink all the way through, juicy and perfect medium. I like rare to medium rare beef, so I try to roast this to about 125 degrees. The roast will gain 5-10 degrees while it rests. It does not need to be rested after the final step which only browns the outside and does not heat or affect the inside of the roast at all.