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We Cracked The Code! This Is The Most Amazing Dish You Can Serve Over The Holidays
I had an awesome roast beef recipe that I used to make for Sunday supper, once a month. It was a recipe my aunt gave me years ago; she said she had found it in an old cook book and thought it was scrumptious. And it really was – I thought it was the best EVER and there’s no way anything could ever top that one. But then our neighbors invited us over for dinner.
Kristen, my neighbor, had made roast beef with baked potatoes and as soon as we stepped in, the aromas nearly swept me off my feet. I asked her if she had a family recipe for it but she kind of just shrugged and said; “No, I just found this one online.”
The meal was out-of-this-world amazing and I’m not even ashamed to say I forced her back to her computer, to check where the recipe was from. She found it over at Yummy Mummy Club and, of course, I immediately saved it in my stash of favorites when I got back home.
Recipe and image courtesy of Yummy Mummy Club.
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Quick Tip: The alcohol in the gravy will burn off as it cooks!