Dedicated to Rita~ who updated us on her favorite new method on the grill for making the most juicy, tender meat your family has ever had. I think these recipes will adapt to this technique quite well.
This is a real Jewish brisket recipe. It's easy, and even better the second day. If you refrigerate the sauce, the excess fat can be scraped off the top. My kids and husband demand this at least once a month!
This is a typical Portuguese pork dish. But the best rojoes you'll find is in the norther part of Portugal, in the Minho distric (Pont De Lima) thats the place to go for the best rojoes ever, served with a nice bottle of wine from the region. Can't ask for anything better.
I'm just trying this recipe today and am posting so I won't lose it. I cut it out of the Pitt Post Gazette. So far the few tastes I've tried the sauerkraut is very good and for me that is great because I don't care for it.
I have divided this recipe in half for a 3-4 pound roast but, as written here, this delicious pot roast serves 15-20 people. Perfect because it's best when made 1-2 days before serving. It will pick up additional flavor from sitting in its braising juices, will slice more neatly because the meat fibers will have compacted as they cool and will hold together nicely when reheated. Great tasting pot roast for 6 or 20. Prep and cook times include reheating.