I took some ideas from DannyBoy and boy was this tasty! I bought a 3 lb. English cut roast (the pull apart roast) which is my favorite. I seasoned it good with salt & pepper and a spice blend called "Greek Seasoning" that we get at Walmart of all places! It has several other spices in it and we love it on roasts. I seared it in some canola oil for about 3 minutes on each side until it was nice and browned. Then I added 6 cups of beef broth (4 regular and 2 low sodium) and 2 cups water. I also added about 3/4 Cup of Sutter Home Cabernet, several shakes of Worchester sauce and a couple of good pours of Tamari (concentrated Soy sauce). Lastly, one packet of onion soup mix. Then one red onion chopped, two onions cut in half and then sliced, 3 stalks of celery (with leaves included), 8 peeled and quartered potatoes and 2 large bunches of fresh carrots, peeled and sliced in 3" sections with the fat end cut in half. I added all the veggies right in with the broth because we like the flavor of the broth to penetrate the veggies. This was so delicious! And the best part is when we were done eating we just let the pot come to room temp and stuck the whole pot in the fridge! The next day we brought it out, heated it up and had another delicious meal without any additional pots to clean! After the 2nd meal we used the rest of the meat for BBQ beef sandwiches and the broth for French Onion Soup and it was wonderful!!! Nice way to get several great meals from one dish!
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I took some ideas from DannyBoy and boy was this tasty! I bought a 3 lb. English cut roast...