Tuesday, February 05, 2008

College Dinner for ARF

I spend a lot of time talking about the foods I make for my brother. WELL, this weekend his girlfriend went to visit and he made Friday night supper for her and some friends (fried catfish, hushpuppies, and fried) and then made Sunday dinner. I was super impressed. He even sent me pictures. Who knew!? What did he make? Roast with veggies and rolls!!! Wow, Philip! So, I told him that I would post this on here if he told me what he did. Do you like easy, chop and bake recipes? If so, this is for you! Because of the great carrots, onions, and even potatoes, this is my entry to Sweetnicks ARF Tuesday. Check by there for other great recipes! Philip...here you go! Philip's Sunday Roast
1 chuck pot roast (unsure of weight)
red potatoes
baby carrots
red onions
mushrooms (optional)
McCormick pot roast seasoning with an oven bag- an all in one deal

Chop the onions and potatoes and put all ingredients into the oven bag. Cook for 3 hours at 350 or as according to directions. As Philip says, "It doesn't have to cook for that long but it just makes it really tender if you do!" :-)


Annie said...

I guess it runs in the family. It looks delicious. I love recipes like that, everything goes together in a bag, easy and no clean up.

Good job Philip!

Jaime said...

awww, how cute. i wish my hubby would cook! even if it was just something simple like this...

Abby said...

Hey Claire! How are your parents? How did they fair through the storm? I'm sure they have lots of college students in their home today huh?

Unknown said...

Annie - I was completely surprised!

Mrs. Presley - Maybe just let him realize he can and he would! :-)

Abby - They are fine...no damage for them, but Union was majorly damaged. They are keeping about 10 people right now, but that will go down as students go home for a while. There are no classes for AT LEAST this and next week.

Jane said...

I love roast! Yum.
And I keep meaning to get over here & tell you that I made your poppyseed chicken the other night.
We really liked it.