Chuck Roast

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Wewild

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The wife knows how to cook a roast. This would have been home grown except for the taters, onions and assorted seasoning.

1.5 hours in
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Finished product.
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It was tremendous.
 

Alan

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Looks like we could have cooked it. A roast in a roasting pan, cut up carrots tators and onions. Add some salt and pepper, and some seasoning, usually a package of stew mix, add half of cup of water and bake in oven at 250 or so for 6 hrs (crock pot works great)...... tender and good. Our weather just broke into fall and it's cold.... time to cook up a roast..... looks great.

Alan
 

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WW that is definitley the way to cook a chuck/blade roast or a rump for that matter.

Cold today here too, we are going into the deep freeze later this week big time. Time to make some hearty roasts and soups..

Your pic looks good enough to eat.. Bon appetit.. :tiphat:
 
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