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Old 01-16-2011, 11:35 AM   #151
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Since it is the playoffs and well... we ain't in it I didn't do anything last week. This week is da Bears (Kathleen is a Bears fan) so I did some italian beef. Found a recipe online for the crockpot and put it in last night.

This stuff is gooooooood... oh goodness.. why haven't I made this before?

What are you eating for football?

Why haven't you made this before???

It turned out great and was topped with sauteed onions, peppers, and mushrooms and some provolone cheese.
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Old 01-16-2011, 11:37 AM   #152
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The Ogre, is thinking of ordering pizza, of course, it's only 10:30 here. Pizza is orderd.

Later I'm finishing creamy chicken and rice soup...for after.
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Old 01-16-2011, 11:38 AM   #153
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Why haven't you made this before???

It turned out great and was topped with sauteed onions, peppers, and mushrooms and some provolone cheese.
I love Italian Beef!
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Old 01-16-2011, 11:50 AM   #154
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Frank, share the recipe please.

I'll be watching the Bears/Seahawks at 1:00. But most importantly, at 4:30 I'll be cheering the Patriots on to victory over the hated NY Jets.

SO is making sweet and sour kilbasa for the game and dinner will be stuffed pork chops, baked sweet potato and a veggie.
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Old 01-16-2011, 12:13 PM   #155
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I added a second packet of Good Seasons (used the zesty). Cooked it for about 9 hours then removed the fat layer on the rump roast, shredded and let it cook in the liquid for another 2 hours.

Sometimes it takes time to get good food, this is one of them.

The meat was tasty, flavorful, moist and not at all greasy tasting.

I would do this one again. I am gonna freeze a good chunk later on.
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Recipe Here

I added a second packet of Good Seasons (used the zesty). Cooked it for about 9 hours then removed the fat layer on the rump roast, shredded and let it cook in the liquid for another 2 hours.

Sometimes it takes time to get good food, this is one of them.

The meat was tasty, flavorful, moist and not at all greasy tasting.

I would do this one again. I am gonna freeze a good chunk later on.
Thanks! I'm going to do this one for sure!
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Recipe Here

I added a second packet of Good Seasons (used the zesty). Cooked it for about 9 hours then removed the fat layer on the rump roast, shredded and let it cook in the liquid for another 2 hours.

Sometimes it takes time to get good food, this is one of them.

The meat was tasty, flavorful, moist and not at all greasy tasting.

I would do this one again. I am gonna freeze a good chunk later on.
That sounds yummy. Do you think it could be done on low on the stove top or in the oven? I don't own a slow cooker. I do work from home, so I can keep an eye on it.
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That sounds yummy. Do you think it could be done on low on the stove top or in the oven? I don't own a slow cooker. I do work from home, so I can keep an eye on it.
Yes, you can do it on the stove or in the oven...I have a nice dutch oven and will likely do it in there.
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Yes, you can do it on the stove or in the oven...I have a nice dutch oven and will likely do it in there.
Thanks PF. I have two enamelled, cast iron, Dutch ovens. I'm looking forward to seeing how it goes for you. If there are any tips or gotchas that you learn about.
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That sounds yummy. Do you think it could be done on low on the stove top or in the oven? I don't own a slow cooker. I do work from home, so I can keep an eye on it.
I shouldn't see why not.

This is kinda funny, but I have never used a slow cooker in my life. Eaten many a slow cooked meal though. I have made two meals in the crock pot in the last week. I might be hooked!
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