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I Don’t Know Anyone Who Doesn’t Enjoy A Good Pot Roast
If you were to ask anyone in my family, they would tell you it’s one of their favorite meals. I remember my mother making a roast every weekend. Walking into our house, when you could smell the savory flavors wafting through the front door… The thought alone still makes my mouth water! So many of my most precious childhood memories are related to family meals.
One of the best things about making a pot roast is how easy it is, even if you’re not very confident of your cooking skills. Just bring out your crock pot, a chuck roast, and your favorite vegetables – I like to add carrots, potatoes, and onions. Put everything into the crock pot and set it to low. Within a few hours, you have a complete meal ready to devour!
And if, for some strange reason, you should feel like you’re getting a little bored of the dish – just use different veggies on the side and your dinner will have fresh new flavors again. Although, I must say I have never known anyone grow tired of pot roast! Even my picky eaters gobble it up so fast that I hardly get a bite of it myself.
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Quick Tip: Use pork instead of beef roast, if you’d like!