Hello Readers! I have never been a fan of pot roasts or meals that are cooked in one pot. I guess I’m a walking contradiction because the more I think of it I do like braised food, I guess I was just biased against pot roast. So I digress. After having surgery cooking was really not something I could do. Mostly because the pain medicine and using a sharp knife did not mix. So I was left sitting on the couch trying to think of something I could cook that would take minimal effort and that I could delegate most of the work to Aaron. My idea for pot roast for dinner was born.
I decided that I would give it a try mostly because I don’t like the way most people cook pot roast. I like mine with mash potatoes and sauce. I like it saucy, I must get that from my Dad. So Aaron’s first task was to hit up the store and fined me a chuck roast. He came home with a large boneless rump roast, I made it work and it was delicious. The meat just flaked apart and it was so easy to get a perfect bite with a little tomato, onion, celery, and mashed taters topped with melt in your mouth roast.