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The sauce was good not great.

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WW Girl January 17, 2010

This is marvelous. I made it overnight, and in the morning took out the beef and shredded it, removing the small visible bits of fat. I then put the beef and sauce in the fridge. Before re-heating for dinner, I removed the layer of fat that had formed in the bowl upon refrigeration. This way it was as healthy as possible, and the sauce combination is super delicious.

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clcarr January 15, 2010

Very good recipe. I used a blade pot roast, cooked it for about 10 hours then shredded it and served it over a bun. The leftovers were great in a tortilla two days later!! Well worth trying.

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Tebo October 04, 2005

Couldn't believe when I fixed this my son went crazy for it! I had to make some minor adjustments like using garlic powder (I was out of fresh), regular mustard (was out of the dry mustard too!) and did use the oven instead of the Crock pot. I browned the roast first and I also added quite a bit of water, I cooked it low all day, when it was done it just fell apart. This one is a "keeper"!

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Khrissypoo December 09, 2003

Great bbq beef recipe. I followed the directions exactly, used a beef tip roast. My family said it was the best bbq I've made yet and I've tried a lot! The sauce was thick enough, a mild sweet and sour taste...the boys added hot sauce for some spice.Thanks!

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happymary12 November 12, 2003

This beef barbeque was Awesome! I cooked it on high for one hour and then on low for 8 hours. Didn't get it started the night before the way I should have. It doesn't really have a true barbeque taste but more a sweet and sour taste. I had no leftovers from a 5 pound roast. I didn't serve it on buns to stay away from to many carbs but did make garlic mashed potatoes with sour cream and cream cheese and as my side dish mix vegetables (broccoli, cauliflower and carrots). My house smelt wonderful by the end of the day. The only thing I change was that there was to much broth even if I put the shredded beef back in the sauce. I took out the beef to shred so I decided to turn the crockpot to high and add 1/4 cup of water mixed with 3 Tablespoons of cornstarch to thicken it up before returning the beef. It worked Fantastic. Thanks for sharing. This recipe would be great for neighborhood picnics and potlucks.

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Audrey M June 18, 2003
Barbecue Beef (Crock Pot)