I missed the original crock pot trend in the 70's and was missing it again this time around until a friend at work got a beautiful new one & passed her gently used one on to me. So with snow in today's forecast I just dumped 5 ingredients into the cooker, turned it on & now I get what it's all about. Could this be easier? I don't think so.
I'm making "drip beef" from the Pioneer Woman.
These "drip beef" recipes look like French dip and Italian beef sandwiches to me.
I'm going with the Italian-style:
4 lb. chuck roast
12 oz. jar of pepperoncini (including all the juice)
3-4 T Italian seasoning
28 oz. can of low sodium beef broth
salt & pepper
(I left out the salt because the pepperoncini are salty enough for me.)
Dump it all in the slow cooker & cook on low till the beef falls apart.
Serve on really good Italian rolls. Dip in sauce.
That's it. I get it now. Now I get it. Slow cookers forever!
Looking forward to beef happiness this afternoon. & maybe some snow.