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What a great tasting roast! The soups and spices add a wonderful flavor. I followed your suggestion and served this with mashed potatoes. A wonderful meal for a cold day. Thanks again Lori for another great recipe. :-)

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Merlot October 31, 2002

Smelled heavenly while cooking. My 3 pound roast turned out very tender after about 7 hours on low. I skimmed off the fat on top and used the gravy when serving. I did not add the teaspoons of salt and pepper as the soups are usually salty enought for me, and I was right..no need to add any. Thanks for posting.

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Pam-I-Am April 22, 2007

Probably chef error, but my roast turned out very tough & dry. I figured it was the crock pot, what could I possibly do wrong?! The gravy is really more an "au Jus" sauce, but is great. I'll try again with a different cut of meat.

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Disaster in Kitchen August 21, 2005

Thank you for this recipe. We love garlic, so I cut slits in the roast and shoved in garlic cloves. The gravy was yummy :o)

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KLM808 November 08, 2003

Lori, This is the best tasting roast anyone can possibly EVER make. I have been making thisfor years,actually before crockpots were invented,but crockpots sure make it easy to do.Thanks, Darlene Summers

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Darlene Summers May 28, 2003

This tasted great! The gravy wasn't very thick, though and I had to add quite a bit of flour to it.

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KristiD July 09, 2002
Roast in the Crock Pot