I cooked a roast tonight. My husband came to the table and had the smallest portion he could have put on his plate. If you know him, you know he does NOT need to be on a diet. He's quite a healthy size so I wondered why such a small portion. I was asking this as he takes a bite and says "well, I didn't think this was going to taste so good. I normally don't like roast". He got up and put more on his plate. Yay for another good dinner that impresses the husband and the 14 month old.
2 lb. beef chuck roast
1 - 32 oz can diced tomatoes
2 large onions, sliced
1 bulb elephant garlic, sliced (regular garlic I'm sure would be great too)
1 t. dried rosemary
1t. dried thyme
1 T. dried basil
pinch of salt and pepper (for searing meat)
1 T. grapseed/canola or other high smoke point cooking oil (for searing meat)
1 T. olive oil
Fresh parmesan cheese for grating (optional)
When I get a break from chasing my now walking one year old I've managed to work on a new workshop. I plan to offer a baby food making workshop and presentation in the very near future. I'd like to know what you would like to learn. What are your struggles in feeding your family? What about food, feeding and nutrition puzzles you the most when the time comes to start offering solids to your little ones? Do you have a picky eater and wonder how you will ever get him/her to eat a balanced meal? Please send me all your questions, comments and wisdom. I'm looking forward to working with you soon! Thank you in advance for sharing with me!