How Many Ways Can You Eat Roast?

It’s the week of the ROAST over at our house.

We bought a giant roast this month. When I say giant, I mean G-I-A-N-T! The man behind my husband in the line at the grocery store asked who we were feeding with our half a cow. It’s just the seven of us (and my parents), but we shop for a month.

Large Family Good Eats

On the Large Family Good Eats menu this week are all things roast beef. I am open to more suggestions and ideas (in the comments).

  • Beef Stew – onions, cooked beef, peas, corn, green beans, with rice
  • Beef and Broccoli – beef, broccoli, rice
  • Pizza – with onions, beef, peppers, olives, mushrooms (for those that can eat them), and homemade pizza dough
  • Beef Stroganoff – beef, gravy, and fettuccine noodles
  • Fajita Casserole – Beef, peppers, olives, fajita spice/sauce, with noodles or rice

If you need ideas for your menu this week take a moment and visit my Beautiful Food board on Pinterest.

OR

visit Menu Plan Monday (I am linking up with them today).

Menu Plan Monday

What are you eating this week? (any roast beef?)

3 replies
  1. Eddie - The Usual Mayhem
    Eddie - The Usual Mayhem says:

    LOL! Only from the homeschooling crowd would you read the sentence “Only the seven of us, plus my parents” and have it seem perfectly reasonable.

    How about a roast in the crockpot? If you wrap it in foil first and cook on low all day it is unbelievable tender and you still get anough drippings for gravy. Plus the leftovers make a great lunch the next day.

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  2. Deborah
    Deborah says:

    Sweet & Sour Beef in the crockpot served with rice

    2 C of Tomato Juice
    1/3 C Vinegar
    1/3 C Maple Syrup or Brown Sugar
    ½ Red Pepper cut into chunks
    ½ Green Pepper cut into chunks

    The other thing that I do is pulled beef. Simmer the beef in a crock pot and for the day and cover it in your favourite BBQ sauce.

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