British food gets slandered as being bland and tasteless because it's not spiced up to the eye balls with ring of fire causing chillies, etc... but it's wholesome, honest filling food that will sustain you.
Glad you liked it.
I've not had a creamy Boddingtons in some time.
I need one.
@annoying_salman That looks delicious. Yeah, curcumin, which gives turmeric that yellow color, is a strong antioxidant and anti inflammatory. Depending on when you add the seasoning some of it gets broken down by heat. I take turmeric pills every morning in pill form which retain all the curcumin.
5lbs of chuck roast
3 cups beef broth
1 tsp black pepper
1 tsp oregano
1 tsp basil
1 tsp dried parsley
1 tsp onion salt
2 tbsp minced garlic (I double this portion)
2 .7 oz packets of dry Italian seasoning (or about 3 tbsp)
1 bay leaf (optional)
1/4 cup butter (optional)
1/2 jar of mild giardiniera (16 oz jar)
1/2 jar of hot giardiniera (16 oz jar)
bring all ingredients besides the meat and the giardiniera to a boil
slice chuck roast in to about 4 separate chunks and put in crock pot/slow cooker
pour boiled broth over meat
add 1/2 jar of each giardiniera to pot. You can change up the ratio depending on how hot you want the beef to be.
cook on low for 9 hours, stir the meat after the 9 hours and the meat will fall apart, cook for another hour
@ttyymmnn The trick to eating non-meat things is to not treat them like they are meat. Treat them like something else. Those something elses are often delicious and great. But they are not meat, and they will not fool you into thinking otherwise. My wife and I love meat, but if we ever go to A&W's she gets the beyond burger. Not to be particularly conscientious, but because she just actually really likes it. There was another pre-Covid restaurant we ate at a few times and they made a mushroom burger that she adored. I did not like it at all. We make a bean thing that we put on rice and its great. But no part of my eating senses ever think it's meat.