Bull roast

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A bull roast is a meal where an entire bull is roasted over an open pit barbecue and then sliced up and served. It is similar in concept to a pig roast. The meat gathered from a bull roast is sometimes called pit beef.

While not technically exclusive to any one particular area, bull roasts are a common social function along the east coast, from the Chesapeake Bay region, Southern Maryland, and Virginia.