It’s been a little bit of a cooler week with a mix of cloud and rain and that just inspires good old fashioned comfort food.
So how about a nice slow cooked pot roast with an array of vegetables that you can just drop in the slow cooker and leave for the day. (RECIPE FOUND BELOW)
We consistently carry chuck roasts in our counter which is the perfect cut for a beautiful pull apart pot roast. Our beef is all AAA non medicated and organically raised so you can be sure that you have the absolute best piece of meat imaginable!
Don’t forget that we make all of our own beef stock in house and if you haven’t tried REAL beef stock in your pot roast it is definitely a must try. You won’t be disappointed.
Now if cooking isn’t for you but you’re still craving comfort food don’t forget about our massive Entree section!! Our Mac and cheese is the perfect quick comfort food on a day like today. Our shepherds pie is another personal favourite with our beef and braised lamb mixed together with a lovely variety of veggies followed with a topping of mashed potatoes. These are the perfect options for a rainy day. Remember that we make all of entrees here in house so if you have any questions from ingredients and preparation to cooking instructions, we are happy to assist you.
Have a lovely weekend folks and enjoy that comfort food!!!
1.Salt & pepper both sides of the chuck roast. In large skillet heat olive oil over medium heat. Add chuck roast and brown on both side. Remove and place in crock pot. Add beef broth, Worcestershire sauce, garlic, parsley, oregano, onion powder, onions and carrots. Cook on high for 1 1/2 hours and low for an additional 4-5 hours. 2.Remove chuck roast and vegetables and place on cutting board. Cover loosely with aluminum foil. Turn crock pot to high. Melt butter and whisk in flour. Slowly whisk butter/flour mixture (a little at a time) into the liquid in the crock pot. When fully whisked in cover and let cook for 10 minutes. Slice or separate chuck roast with fork. Serve with vegetables and gravy. 3.Optional; Serve over mashed potatoes or egg noodles. … See MoreSee Less