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Who wouldn’t want to come home to tender beef that has been cooking all day long in the oven?
A crazy person, that’s who! LOL I’m just kidding but seriously, the smell of beef that has been roasting all day is one of the best scents ever. They should make a perfume inspired by it. Ala Beef haha! Could you imagine smelling like cooked beef? I suppose that wouldn’t be the greatest thing. Anyway, I found this amazing recipe over on Bless Us O Lord and knew I had to try it. Normally, I cook my roasts in the slow cooker but this oven recipe caught my eye. Plus, the blogger uses red wine and I can only imagine how tender it makes the beef.
My mother would always make a pot roast or oven roast for our family after church on Sunday. It was sort of a tradition. What types of foods are traditional in your family? Let me know in the comment section below!
Recipe and photo courtesy of Bless Us O Lord.
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Quick Tip: This recipe can also be made in the slow cooker.