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  • Food Whats your favourite food?
    And with favourite food it can be homemade or takeout :o)

    I can start Big Grin My favourite food is creamed potatoes with biff, pepper sauce, some vegetables and a glass of milk to drink Big GrinHeart
    (This post was last modified: 06-19-2012, 10:41 PM by Togachu.)

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    A big greasy load of chilli con carneSmile
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    Boiled Eggs with bread and butter Tongue

    Simple but Mmmmmmm Big Grin
    Fried eggs(over medium), brown gravy, grits, bacon, pork sausage and cat-head biscuits all mixed together . . . looks like vomit- tastes like heaven Big Grin

    Wildcard is awesome.
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    Nom nom nom potato
    Fried green tomatoes, sauteed squash and onions, summer salad, eggplant parmesan.

    Fistfull of xanax
    Fried chicken, dumplings, baked mac and cheese, butterbeans and corn bread, fried okra and squash, big ole biscuits and sweet tea. (which i can't drink) peach cobbler with vanilla ice cream (can't have this either)

    Bunnies are better

    Fistfull of xanax
    Please excuse. But I have no good pictures of this to post. Besides which ... pictures won't really help to describe to you just how delicious this meal is.

    Once you taste this, I think you will agree it is the most delicious pot roast you have ever tasted.

    Dang! I wish I had a roast right now so that I could make one. Just thinking about this recipe gets my mouth to watering.

    Delicious Pot Roast

    1. Start with the size of roasting pan (with lid) you want for the number of guests you need to feed. I use a medium pan and that makes a small roast with lots of vegetables and sauce.
    I'm not fussy about measurements. I like to cook by "feel". You just get variations on the flavor and it's all good. I guess the best way to describe it is make sure the pan is about twice the size of the roast. That will give you lots of room for vegetables and sauce.

    Anyway, in a medium roasting pan, put the roast - fat side up. Then add:

    2 cups of red fruit juice (I like cranberry combined with strawberry or cherry but all flavors are good)
    2 cups of water (just approximate the liquid to the size of your pan)
    1 can mushroom soup
    1 package onion soup
    1 small tin of tomato paste (3 or 4 TBS)
    2 medium onions cut into slices (so you get rings in the sauce)
    (but you can cut them however you like)
    4 or 5 medium potatoes cut into small pieces
    2 or 3 medium carrots cut into small pieces
    1 t of nice vinegar (not white - balsamic or brown) (optional)
    a few pinches green herbs - thyme, basil & oregano are all good (optional)

    Cover it up and put it in a 350 degree oven.

    I find it takes at least 2 hours for a small roast but 3 hours is fine too. Sometimes I cook it for longer and it makes the meat softer. It depends how you like the meat. If you're unsure, just ask the butcher how long it should be roasted in a covered pan. I love to serve it all smothered in the sauce.

    You can always try it for 2 hours and then take it out and try to cut it. If it looks like it needs to be cooked more, no problem! Just put it back in the over and cook it for another hour or however long you want.

    Please enjoy yourself. This recipe is one of those things you should take your time and savor. It is so yummy and it smells so good too.

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