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Excellent and so easy. I remember eating pot roast as a child but my mother was never specific on a recipe. My kids aren't big fans of bbq so I fed them their portion before adding the bbq and it was delicious and of course not spicy. Some how, though, I accidentally managed to dry it out.
I cooked this covered, in the oven at 300 for around 4.5 hours until it fell apart, and then drained, shredded and refrigerated it. The next day, I topped it with Guy Fieri's smokey BBQ and put it in the crock pot for 2 hours on low and it turned out great. I used 4 cuts that totalled around 8 pounds.
I loved it - guaranteed moist meat. Next time I would reduce the sugar by 1/2cup. Just a little too sweet. My sauce was Head Country Hickory Smoked BBQ Sauce. I will try to find something a little tart-er. Thanks for sharing!
This was a really delicious way to cook BBQ beef. We used a 7 bone chuck steak and Sweet Baby Ray's sauce. For us it had a little too much sauce; next time we'll cut it back to 2 cups instead of 3. We will most definitely be making this one again. Thanks!
I actually crave this now!! So juicy and just flat out yummy!!
Made this last week using a pork boston butt roast. This made quite a bit--I froze three meals worth after having our supper. Am really looking forward to having this again. I will probably take one of these meals to my parents--I try to help with their cooking and these made ahead meals are wonderful. The sandwiches are flavorful, filling and wonderful.
This is the absolute best BBQ beef sandwiches my family and I have ever tasted. It made alot and we had enough for left overs. I had to substitute the top round roast for a chuck tender roast and the sauce for the bull's-eye hickory smoked sauce. It turned out fabulous! It was very tender and had amazing flavor. We will be enjoying these sandwiches again and again. Thanks