40 thoughts on “A Roast Beef Leftover Makeover Meal!

  1. Sorry again that you are not feeling well. I sure do hope that this isn’t going to keep you down! However, I wrote the recipe for "FROZEN COLE SLAW" on yesterday’s video regarding carrots. I hope the recipe works for you and other’s who might also be interested. With your new slicer/grater, you fly through these preps like a speedster! It’s very yummy!

  2. Your crock pot meals are great. Even not feeling well, you certainly put a wonderful hot meal on for the two or you! Looks like a tasty cold weather meal! Get well soon!

  3. Hope you get to feeling better.
    Such a great looking meal. Love watching you cook and Howie enjoying it. Thanks for sharing 🙂

  4. That looks so good I’m thinking of getting a roast just so I can make this meal the day after I make the roast. It won’t be quite the same because I won’t be able to use my own canned potatoes or organic anything because I just can’t afford it but other that that it will be the same.

  5. First I pray you and Pappa feel better soon, you both will be in my prayers for fast healing, and that is for sure stretching your dollar, WOW 4 meals already and working on the 5th when you can the Veg soup!! Love you bunches!! Lori

  6. You still look great no matter what Mrs. V. That meal looked delicious and something my hubby would love. Hope you guys get to feeling better.

  7. ASPARAGUS! WE drive to lower Michigan and I purchase around 35 lbs. of freshly picked Asparagus from Krupp’s Farm along with a couple of flats of their "beautiful strawberries" that they raise. I did another experiment because it broke my heart to throw away the lower end of the asparagus that snapped off. So I cut those ends into smaller pieces and did discard the lowest ends. I put those smaller ends into pint jars, cover the ends with boiling water, put the lids and rings on the jars, and put them in my giant All American Canner processing them for 75 minutes. I got 23 pints of perfectly tender asparagus pieces and use them in soup. No I don’t have any animals sad as this might be but this is what I do to save everything I can for our extended pantry, This may or may not be what others do with their asparagus but if someone raises asparagus and was trying to stock up their pantry here is another way you can do it! I blanch and freeze the spears. When I did this as an experiment it was either going to work or it wasn’t so the best way to find out is give it a try. When I make soup, I wait until the soup is almost cooked (I then add those asparagus ends and it just extends my soup) and it’s just so good.

  8. Prayers continuing for you and Poppa to get well very soon. I have a chuck of uncooked roast. Think I’ll try this oven style.

  9. The dinner looks so good . Howie give it thumbs up glad you can’t see me I’m sick as anything with the horrible flu hope you guys get feeling better much love God bless .

  10. Feel better soon. I just did almost the same thing with my leftover beef roast. I made gravy rice and veggies. Peace and blessings.

  11. "BEV’S GOOD EATS"!!! :)))) I HAVE ONE OF THOSE ROASTS IN THE FREEZER. I HAD PLANNED ON USING IT FOR JERKY..HOWEVER..I MIGHT TRY THIS.. BUT DON’T HAVE A CROCK POT, SOOooo I’LL PUT IT IN THE OVEN ON LOW IN THE DUTCH OVEN.HEY ITS GETTING COLD HERE, IT WILL WARM THE HOUSE, THEN WARM OUR BELLIES. HOPE YOU GUYS GET RID OF THAT COLD BY MICHIGAN TRIP. ((((HUGS))))

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