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This is sooo good and easy. The first day we have French Dip sandwiches on crusty rolls, dipped in the broth. We then use the left over meat for hash or wrapped in flour tortillas. The left over broth gets saved in the freezer for recipes calling for beef

Super easy delicious Roast Beef. We use this as sandwich meat for French dips. I cook it early in the day and put it in the fridge. I pull it out and slice for dinner. You could also use it for a traditional roast beef dinner. The use of eye of round is a

This is a fabulous recipe for an open faced French Onion Beef Au Jus sandwich. This is truly a knife-and-fork sandwich. I have made this countless times, and have no idea where I got the original recipe, or why I have never posted it here. It can be made i

I used to make these when my boys were growing up. I just re-discovered it again.You will love it.I promise it will be a hit.Serve with fries.

This is a slow cooker beef stew.

I don't know where I got this recipe but I've been making it for years. The trick is the carmelized onions. So, so good!

I don't know if this is really French, but my cookbook calls it that. In any case, it's a really tasty soup to be enjoyed in the cold autumn evenings. Use beef ribs or other meaty part on the bone.

A wonderful marinade for beef, lamb or chicken; this marinade is suffused with the flavours and smells of summer, minus the sound of the bees buzzing! Allow the meats to marinate all day or overnight for a more pronounced flavour as well as being extra moi

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