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BASKETLADY13 Posts: 301
12/2/12 9:42 A

Sounds delicious. My mouth is watering. Thanks for the link.

JACOB_B Posts: 303
12/1/12 11:00 P

Thanks for your help!!!

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12/1/12 9:28 P

You shouldn't have too much difficulty if you just place the roast in the crock pot. (Some people like to brown the top & bottom first, to sear the juices in.)
Cut up some potatoes, carrots, onion & maybe celery. Mix up a 1 - 2 cups of beef broth & red wine (to your preference). Pour over the top of veggies & roast. Sprinkle on some salt & pepper, to taste; and maybe a bit of garlic.

The meat will add its own juices to the blend. The crock pot will do the rest. -- The meat may cook faster than the veggies, so you may want to place on low for 6-8 hrs.

Here's a few links:
(best!) http://crockpot365.blogspot.com/2010/10/ol
d-fashioned-pot-roast-slow-cooker.html

http://www.cooks.com/rec/search/0,1-0,cr
ock_pot_roast,FF.html


JACOB_B Posts: 303
12/1/12 8:42 P

I had the perfect recipe but lost it. Looking for a beef pot roast recipe with red wine and lots of veggies. Looking online and I just can't come across much. Any help is much appreciated!!!

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