When I think back to my growing up years, some of my best memories are of being in the kitchen with my Mom. She was a very basic (but oh so good) cook. She made her own homemade noodles, pies from scratch and the most amazing chocolate chip cookies you ever tasted. She fed my family of six, every day and on one income. One of her specialties was Pot Roast. This is a meal that will feed a crowd but is so easy. All you need is a good cut of meat and some time.
It would be hard for a working mom to make this during the week…but if you want an awesome Sunday Supper without spending all day in the kitchen, then this is for you. The secret to pot roast is to cook it low and slow. If you do, the meat absolutely melts in your mouth.Another thing about this meal is that the leftovers are outstanding. My Dad says that it’s actually better the second time around. I put the leftover meat and vegetables in a glass covered casserole dish. I add the leftover juice so everything is covered. To reheat, just put the whole thing in the microwave.
I want to thank everyone for your comments and support when I shared the new bHome App. Truth be told I was nervous about what you all would think. I know not everyone has an iPhone or iPad and I hated that it left those people out. Nothing around here is going to change. I will still be posting, pinning and doing my very best to bring you ideas and inspiration for your homes. One of the things I have learned since I started this blog is that opportunity rarely knocks twice. I have missed out on some good things because I was too afraid to take a chance. When I was offered a spot on bHome, I took a leap of faith and said yes. Like I said in my other post, I have no idea what the future holds, but so far, so good.
Thanks for stopping by and for listening. I’ll be back on Tuesday with my All Things Creative team and our second edition of All Things Spring. See you then!