|The International Meat Book|
|by Carole Lalli|
Meat of all varieties is enjoying an astounding comeback in the American home, taking its traditional place at the center of the dining table and ...
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Mix all the ... Place roast in crock-pot. Pour the ... makes - is to die for. This is definitely a male favorite and will fast become a family favorite.
Brown meat; add cut tomatoes and enough juice to cover meat. Add vegetables. Season to taste. Simmer slow 2-3 hours until meat is tender. Stir in ...
Do not trim ... 5 quarts crock pot. Sprinkle with ... medium-high, stirring constantly with a whisk until gravy thickens and starts to bubble. Serves 4.
Heat oven to 300 degrees. Place roast in a 5 quart Dutch oven. Combine remaining ingredients; pour over meat. Bake 4-6 hours or until beef is tender. ...
Tenderize meat. Brown ... water in crock pot. Add meat and remaining liquids from frying pan to crock pot. Cook all day and go about your own way. Enjoy!
Cube the London broil, dredge in ... meat to a pot with all the ... and bake the crusts until golden brown at 450 degrees for 10 to 15 minutes. Serves 6.
Cut a large ... onion soup mix over meat. Seal meat in aluminum foil and bake in oven on cookie sheet. Results in a quickly made pot roast tasting meat.
This is a ... side of your London Broil with salt and ... to a large crock-pot. (Do not ... EAT! Best served with warm, crusty bread and maybe a salad. =)
Mix soups and seasoning mix in crock pot. Place meat ... cold water; add to meat mixture; stir well. Cook 10-15 minutes longer. Add no salt to meat mixture.
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