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One of the things my mother used to make on Sunday’s after church was a tender beef roast.
She used all sorts of methods for making her Sunday roasts and each one of them turned out excellently. My favorite way of enjoying mom’s beef roasts was when she put the meat and carrots into a roaster pan and let it cook on a low temp in the oven while we were at church. The meat would be ready to chow down on when we got home. The smell in the house was intoxicating.
The following recipe on the next page is much like my mother’s but there is a slight difference. In this recipe, the meat is studded with cloves of garlic. Talk about a bold and brazen hit of flavor!
I honestly think that the garlic makes the meat more tender. Each bite is filled with the savory taste of garlic. I swear, my eyes were rolling back in my head as I was chowing down on this beef roast. Enjoy!
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Quick Tip: You can make a pork roast using the same method mentioned on the following page.