Well, here it is. Friday. And I'm just now getting around to telling you what I made on WEDNESDAY.
It happens like that sometimes.
I made an old stand-by that is quite popular in my house. Pot roast.
Here were my ingredients.
And, of course, the meat. A boneless beef chuck roast.
I threw the roast in the pot, added what was left of the bottle of liquid smoke, and seasoned liberally with the other spices.
Then I realized I wasn't through. I hadn't added anything that I normally add. I almost forgot the Worcestershire. So I added it. And some steak sauce. Then I added a couple of cups of RC Cherry cola. And a cup of water. And I should have taken a picture of these other ingredients (not the water... you know what that looks like.), but of course, in my haste, I did not. I apologize.
Suffice it to say, I used a generic brand of Worcestershire sauce and steak sauce that I need to finish so I can get to the good, regular stuff in my cabinet: Lea and Perrins and A-1.
I cooked that on high for six hours.
Got home and had to wolf it down so that I could get to church to lead worship. So, no picture of the finished product. Fail.
I will say that it was quite tasty. But pot roast is always tasty. It's pretty difficult to screw that up. The minute I got home I whipped up some instant garlic mashed potatoes, and had that with the roast.
Here is the food bill. The only thing I had to buy was the roast itself. (Didn't bother with vegetables this time, although I usually have them in the pot as well.)
chuck roast (AND TOTAL SPENT): $6.05
I am gonna reeeeally try and not be in such a hurry next week, so that I can manage to get some decent shots of the ingredients and whatnot.
And now, to figure out what will be on the menu next Wednesday.