This is it, my mother’s famous sunday dinner in a nutshell. Technically, no, this isn’t her recipe, it’s mine. But this is basically what we had to eat almost every single sunday growing up. Beef roast with potatoes and carrots. And salad. And rolls. And jello. My mother constantly feels the need to cook as though she is feeding an army, bless her heart.
Then again, 9 children…. that’s almost an army. Or a baseball team at least.
I love this cooking method for a roast. It’s incredibly simple and yields perfectly tender and juicy roast (never dried out – hallelujah!) every single time. And my favorite part is that you can throw all of the veggies in with the roast so it’s a wham-bam all-in-one dinner in your crockpot.
P.S. does anyone else get the urge to say roast beast? Raise your hand if you’re a Grinch fan. Gosh I love you people.
Oh and the gravy! Mmmm, so delish. And it takes all of, oh maybe 5 minutes to whip up using the yummy flavored juices from your beef. This recipe is also really easy to customize or adjust according to your group size. The ingredients listed for the gravy make enough for a roast to feed up to 8, but if you’re feeding a larger group, just double the whole recipe! Even though I no longer live with mom, this is still one of my favorite sunday meals – it’s doesn’t get any more comfort food-y than this!
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