Monday, February 7, 2011

French Dip Roast Beef

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4 lb. chuck roast
2 tsp. Italian seasoning
1 tsp. oregano
1/8 tsp. onion powder
1/8 tsp. garlic powder
2 beef bouillon cubes
2 cups water

Sprinkle roast with seasonings and place in crock pot.  Dissolve bouillon cubes in water and add to beef.  Cook on HIGH for 1 hour; reduce heat to LOW.  Continue cooking on LOW for 6 hours longer or until roast is very tender and falls apart.

Serve on hoagie rolls with Provolone cheese and au jus.

Enjoy!

Blessings,
Ellen

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23 comments:

  1. Love your blog! I'm following from the blog hop... hope you follow back :) I look forward to catching up on your other posts :)

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  2. I have really been craving French Dip. . . . TOnight is pull pork on hamburger buns. Yum Too. Officially stoppin by from the HHH LInk. :)

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  3. Oh man, would my husband love this! Stopped over from FTLOB and with all the great recipes I have seen, I am getting mighty hungry!
    http://texagermanadian.blogspot.com/

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  4. This looks delicious. I love a good sandwich. I love the calm and serene look of your blog and the beautiful quote :) Following you now.

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  5. Ellen, that looks mouthwatering. :) I bet my husband would be so pleased if I made this! Thanks for sharing. :) I'm visiting from Tasty Tuesday. Hope you'll stop by my blog to say hi. :)

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  6. This looks so tasty. We love French dip but never make it. Now I will! I'm a new follower and looking forward to more!

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  7. This looks wonderful. Thanks for sharing the recipe. Stopping by from the HHHop.

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  8. I'm your new follower:) check me out at http://hugatreewithme2.blogspot.com wheneva u can

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  9. Stopping by from the Hip Homeschool Hop! Now I want French Dip (I am giving your recipe to my hubby - he's the one who cooks)!!!!! Thanks!

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  10. Umm...hello! This looks so good!

    Hop on by when you get a chance!

    xo - jami
    i m a g i n e

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  11. New follower from TTT tuesday I'd love a follow back.
    http://realadventuresfromamomof3.blogspot.com/

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  12. ellen...this looks fabulous...and finally a recipe for beef dip that has built in au jus...that is always a sticking point with me! these are hubsters favorite and i can't wait to surprise him with a warm hogie, loaded with beef and smothered in jus. thank you for linking this up to tuesday night supper club!

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  13. Ooooo What a treat, found you on the Blog Hop and was not thinking about food until now! This looks so good, so do many other recipes on here. Thanks for sharing!

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  14. Looks yuuuuummie!

    Can I be ignorant and ask, what is a hoagie bun?
    We don't have that name in Australia!

    I am your newest follower, please come over and have a look too.

    http://beourbest.blogspot.com/

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  15. This is my favorite sandwich. I really like how you used the slow cooker-great idea!

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  16. YUMMY! Looks FAB! :)
    My link-up is back up and running, so come on over and you can link up now. Sorry for the delay!

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  17. This looks sooo good! My DH would love it, so I'm going to tuck it away for a lunch for him for next week.

    I'm a new follower from the Wednesday blog hop :-)

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  18. Yum.... I'm your newest follower. http://moogieland.blogspot.com/

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  19. Hi Ellen,
    This is really one of the classic sandwiches that I love. Your French Dip looks delicious and I really wish it was sitting in front of me right now. Thank you so much for bringing it to Full Plate Thursday and please come back!

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  20. Looks yummy! Thanks for linking up today!

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  21. Hi Ellen! Just wanted to let you know I'm hosting the Wednesday linky again tomorrow if you want to link up a recipe! I'm enjoying all of the new things to cook. :-)

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  22. One of my favorite sandwiches! Looks great!

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  23. This looks good. I have never had one, but I think after reading this recipe and seeing that sandwich that I am going to have to make it. Thank you for sharing.

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