Tuesday, July 20, 2010
This is my first time using roast from the pastured cow we purchased at a local farm. I have been saving them, cooking much less meat, and enjoying the new recipes. However, this week was the perfect week for a roast. We had company so I needed something delicious, easy to prepare, and a dish that would leave us with leftovers.
Roast was the answer. I think Roast could be the answer to many questions. Roast is good.
Thanks to a lovely little video produced by the Food Network I learned a new and improved way of making roast.
Here we go:
1. Thaw your beef. I used a good piece of chuck roast from a pastured cow.
3. In the mean time, chop up carrots, onion, celery, and potatoes. Add them to the pot when the meat is nice and browned.
And, if you are feeding a little one who is ready for this type of food you can set aside the carrots, potatoes, and a tiny bit of meat~ puree it with a bit of pastured butter and it is a taste filled meal for them!
Labels: Recipes and Meal Ideas