I think this was a sandwich that was originally on the menu at The Brown Hotel in Louisville,Ky.I first heard of it on a local news cooking segment.Here in Dallas we have premiere chef named Dean Fearing from the famous restaurant called "The Mansion on Turtle Creek". This is Chef Dean's "Texas" style Original Hot Brown.
This is the best! My close friend Holly would bring this over to me when I was recovering from a long illness. It took me 2 years to talk her into giving me the recipe, so guard it with your life, it's hard to come by!
This is a favorite in my family. The jalapenos add a good flavor to the meat and it's not hot at all. Just throw it in the crockpot,go out to play and when you come home fix a couple of quick side dishes ( we have mashed potatoes and green beans) and you are ready to eat. Enjoy :-) Hint: Drain the onions from the crockpot to eat with the roast. Also thicken up the juices from the roast with a little cornstarch to make a gravy for your roast and potatoes. I found this recipe on a slow cooker website.
I love this recipe! You can do all kinds of things with it by using your favorite fresh veggies from the garden. I am always asked for the recipe when I take it to potlucks. A friend of mine shared it with me so I don't know how she got it but I am glad she did!
I found this recipe in a magazine. John Wayne was my Daddy's favorite cowboy, so this quickly became one of his favorite dishes for me to make for him.
I like to serve it when I make a pot of pinto beans, fried potatoes, and cornbread. Add some slices of onion, some chow chow and you have a good old "country dinner"!
Hint: I add a chopped fresh jalapeno and /or green onion to make it spicy.
I used this recipe when I won a Blue Ribbon at the South Plains Fair in Lubbock, Texas in 1981. It came from a cookbook my mother received as a Wedding gift in 1952. I don't know the name of the Cookbook and the only copy of the recipe I have is hand written by my mother which is priceless to me. A batch of these cookies was the only thing my father in-law wanted from me for his birthday, Father's day and Christmas. I hope you enjoy them. The real trick to them is not to over cook them (it will make them to crunchy) or under cook them ( it will make them to soft), you want a balance between the two.
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