This Month's Recipe
Now that everyone has had a lot of turkey and maybe ham, here is a recipe that uses neither (plus it is great on these really cold days).
|5 Pounds of beef round||2 Bay leaves|
|1 Quart of boiling water||1 Pinch of sage|
|2 T Vinegar||Butter|
|1 Carrot and 2 stalks of celery||Salt & Pepper|
Lay the beef in a deep heated pot. Pour over it the boiling water mixed with the vinegar. Add the onions, carrot and celery (all cut fine), bay leaves and sage. Cover and cook slowly several hours or until a fork will penetrate easily to the center of the meat. Lift out into a dripping pan, rub with butter, dredge with flour, salt and pepper. Brown in a quick oven for 20 minutes. Strain the liquor in the pot for the sauce or save for soup.
~Mrs. H.M Hanna, Sr.
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