Note to readers: This method of cooking a cheap cut of beef is not difficult. Whether you want to try it depends entirely on your take on food safety. The roast needs to sit at room temperature until it reaches room temperature. Then it is seared and slow-roasted at a very low temperature for several hours. I have found this technique works beautifully because any bacteria, which normally do not penetrate deeply into the meat, are killed by the searing. Don't use this technique if this bothers you, please. Time does not include overnight resting time in refrigerator. Keeping the internal temperature of the roast below 122F allows the enzymes in the beef to break down connective tissue and tenderize the meat. This enzyme action stops at around 122F, though. Preheating the roasting pan and rack will help keep the external temperature of the seared meat steady.