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Are You Struggling, Trying To Decide What To Make For Dinner?
If you don’t have a slow cooker yet, this recipe alone is worth getting one! I do believe this is the easiest way to make French dip sandwiches. And you know how it is with slow cookers; it seems like whatever you put in there turns into pure magic! The beef chuck roast used in this recipe turns out so tender, you could eat these sandwiches without your dentures!
As a busy, working mom of three kids I often rely on my trusty crock pot when it comes to feeding my family. You have no idea how many times I’ve thanked the heavens for such a brilliant device! I don’t know what people did when there were no crock pots – and I don’t even want to know! All I care about is that I can make a wonderful meal with very little effort.
These French dip sandwiches are my kids’ favorite. I certainly don’t have to call for them twice when we are having these for dinner! Make sure you save that jus for dipping because it’s amazing!
Image credit: Nick Ares.
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Quick Tip: Instead of provolone you could use your favorite cheese.