Perfect timing! I just made this (although in my heavy cast iron dutch oven but same method really) and was trying to decide what to do with it (It tastes so good I could simply slice it up (or shred) & eat it up as is!
And I “thought” I made up my mind on using it to make beef & bean (& green chillies) burritos. That is…UNTIL I SAW THIS!
To top it off…I also just picked up a fresh baked loaf of bread and really soft dinner rolls!
Thank you 😉
Today is my husband’s birthday.
I sometimes give him a hard time on here for being a picky eater (who doesnt’ like fish?!), or for boiling an entire box of pasta and calling it dinner, but the truth is, I am an obscenely lucky woman to be married to him. Not only is he deeply kind, hard working, funny, and handsome (in fact, he is dark, tall AND handsome!), he is also quite handy in the kitchen. And not just for getting down the pots from the hard-to-reach cabinets: the man can cook, especially when it comes to the crockpot.
In honor of his birthday, a recipe developed entirely by my main squeeze.
Slow Cooked Roast Beef
- about two pounds rump roast (or other meat you can cook for a long time to make tender)
- 1 onion, chopped
- 3-4 cloves garlic, chopped
- 6-8 sprigs of fresh rosemary or thyme
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