Ingredients: Roast (I like to use a Chuck Roast, about 3 pounds), onion (sliced),
Can of Tomato Soup, Vinegar, Mustard
Cook the roast however you normally do. I like to cook mine in a CrockPot- 4 hours on low seasoned with salt and pepper
After I put the roast in the CrockPot (didn't take me all that long) I walked back into the living room and found this :) I guess Jonathan had a busy morning.
Shred the meat. I find it easiest to do it when the meat is still warm and just dig in and use your hands. :)
For the sauce mix a can of Tomato Soup...
A cup of Brown Sugar...
2 Tablespoons of Vinegar
and 1 Tablespoon of mustard
(the recipe calls for dry mustard but I like to use Dijonaise because it gives it a little kick).
Stir together till smooth
Grill up the onion slices with some butter
Add to the meat
Mix the meat and onion with the sauce
And put in a baking dish. You can make it the day ahead or earlier in the day. Cook at 350 for 30 minutes or until thoroughly heated.
The finished product next to the yummy potatoes, a perfect match :)
Our Valentine's Dinner
Me and my boys all ready for our dinner
This is a terrible picture, but what I was trying to show was how Micah put his cloth napkin on his lap, it was so cute.
David decided to get comfy for the meal
What a meal-Grandma's Roast, Strawberry Fluff Salad, a biscuit and Au Gratin Potatoes (if you want the recipe for those, check it out here- http://thepioneerwoman.com/cooking/2010/01/perfect-potatoes-au-gratin/ - I add bacon bits with the cheese).
David and Jonathan got yummy Valentine's meal too- Cereal :)
Micah could not WAIT till we were done with dinner so he could finally blow out the candles. He kept trying all during dinner to blow them out from his seat.
Me with one of my cute Valentines (David)
And just so you don't think I skimped out on dessert- Strawberry Cheesecake