Thank you for taking the time to read my first article. Whether you are married or single; kids or no kids, I think we can all agree we like to eat.
I do realize that for some cooking and/or baking is not their forte, but for others like myself I love cooking and baking. Growing up I was fortunate to have a mom who cooked the best meals and baked the most scrumptious desserts. I have carried this love of cooking and baking in my everyday life one that my husband and children enjoy.
I was not always the best cook or baker, but with some patience and time you can master anything. I also was a single mother for about 18 years and in those years I learned the value of learning to cook on a budget. I am hoping that some tips and advice along with some easy to follow recipes can inspire or re-inspire any cooks and bakers.
*One of the things I do weekly is scan all of the ads – ALL grocery ads. Yes it takes time; yes it is tedious, but if you carve out some time and compare prices you can save a little bit of money on everyday items.
About the Author: Liz Phillips is a married mother of two. Liz has lived in the Elk Grove area for over 25 years. Cooking and entertaining is a fun passion that she likes to share with others.
|CROCK POT – FRENCH DIP SANDWICHES|
|4lbs Rump or Cross Rib Roast||1. Place roast in crock pot. Season with garlic salt, onion powder, and pepper|
|1 (10.5 ounce) can French Onion Soup||2. Add the cans of french onion soup and beef broth|
|1 (10.5 ounce) can Beef Broth||3. Cook on low setting 6-7 hours or until meat is tender and cooked through|
|Garlic Salt||4. Shred or cut the meat; place back in juice|
|Onion Powder||5. If you want rolls toasted, preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C)|
|Pepper||6. Split the rolls; butter both sides and if desired place cheese on bread|
|French rolls||7. Bake 10 minutes or until cheese is melted|
|Cheese||8. Add meat to rolls; use sauce for dipping|
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