That is mighty fine eats
You did have leftovers???
Roast Beast Sammies…… YUMMMMMM!
Man that looks very fine
Gimme some! [:p]
edwmax…Yep..my dutch oven wasn’t big enough to brown in so I started in my big skilet..2 cups of beef broth, 1 cup of strong black coffee, 2 cups of tomatoes with juice( I used diced )instead of whole. I heated some up for lunch today, even better.
Wow-looks great and the spices sound wonderful…
I assume after browning everything was put in a covered dutch pot and put in the oven at 250 to 325 until the vegs are fork tender. Was any other liquid used beside the coffee and whiskey and how much of each?
oops… I didn’t see the 3hr at 325 up there.
Keen eye unclevic, it called for one to five Serrano’s, but, I had a couple of Jalapeno’s so I used them instead. Also called for cumin, some chili powder, 2 heads of garlic, a little rosemary, smoked paprika, and a couple bay leaves. Not spicy, but REAL flavorful.
Nice looking piece of beef Big_g, thanks.
Hard to find 7 bone chuck in our Supermarkets these days. Wal-Mart cuts em regularly tho. That is one great lookin 7-bone!
Man that looks good! Nothing like meat and potatoes (well, with a little onion and carrot that is).
On that second plate of sliced potatoes, is that a sliced jalape�o I see?
looks very tasty….
ty for the post
It looks terrific. I have not cooked a chuck roast in ages and will have to do one soon.
Was looking through a Texas cookbook I got for Christmas..Cowgirl Cusine, Paula Disbrowe. And the Cowboy Potroast really looked goood…so I picked up some meat and veggies and got busy…Here’s Chuck
Chuck Gettin’ Hot
Chuck all Browned up
Chuck after 3 hrs at 325*
[:p] Yum it was good…and plenty left over for sandwichs.
I should’ve added…the reason it was a Cowboy Pot Roast was because it used some of the spices that cowboys would’ve carried as well as coffee and a generous dollop of whisky (good ol #7 in this case).
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