Sunday Supper: Pot Roast

November 17, 2013 | By | Comments (4)

Whether it’s a succulent pot roast, cheesy casserole, or warming, savory stew, we love Sunday supper. It’s a dinner party without the formality, where family and friends gather for easy conversation and good food – lots of it!

With the sudden burst of wintry weather, now is the perfect time for pot roast. Maybe it’s the mouthwatering aroma as it braises, or maybe it’s soaking up every last bit of the roast’s cooking liquid with a piece of bread, but there’s just something about this dish that says comfort.

Here’s a fact that may surprise us Southerners: our New England neighbors cooked the first pot roast, and called it “Yankee pot roast.”  This dish most likely evolved from the popular colonial-era New England Boiled Dinner, made with corned beef, cabbage, and other vegetables. Pot roast, as we know it today, uses chuck roast instead of corned beef.

So, warm up by the fireplace with your family and enjoy one of our favorite pot roast recipes, including one from our new December issue (you’ll love the Creamy Mushroom Grits that go with it!).

Classic: Italian Pot Roast

From Our December Issue: Company Pot Roast with Creamy Mushroom Grits

Leftover Lunch: Cheesesteak-Style Sandwiches

COMMENTS

  1. Elaine

    Tried the Company Pot Roast with Creamy Mushroom Grits tonight. Loved it..too bad it isn’t low cal!

    November 19, 2013 at 10:25 pm
  2. Glenda

    I love Southern Cooking. Like that bike!

    November 18, 2013 at 11:30 am
  3. Josey

    Yummmm

    November 17, 2013 at 5:56 pm
  4. Jim

    Makes me hungry!

    November 17, 2013 at 2:55 pm

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