Love your blog. I'm going to try some of these recipes out. I linked your blog to one of mine, Mormon Bloggers Speak Out.The purpose of this blog is to share with the world what Mormons are like in our many facets. What we believe, what we do, how we play, our thoughts on family, Church, Heavenly Father, Jesus Christ, life, standing for truth and righteousness, missionary work, doctrine, our countries, etc.Each day, I, or a guest blogger, will post a blog so that there will be something new and wonderful on a regular basis. If you are interested in being a guest blogger, please drop me an email and let me know who you are. I also have a Hot Topics category to the right, something interesting bloggers can write about if they are stumped for the day.I'm very excited to launch this and hope that Mormon Bloggers across the globe will be willing to be included, and it is my fondest hope our friends of others faiths will drop by and see what we're really all about. These are Mormons blogging about being Mormons and just plain ol' people. Welcome!
Love your blog! The recipes and pictures look delicious! I work on behalf of the U.S. Potato Board and we've recently created www.MomsDinnerHelper.com, an online resource and recipe sharing forum. Your Crock-Pot Roast Beef recipe and picture would be a great addition to www.MomsDinnerHelper.com. Please consider uploading this recipe and any other delicious potato recipes you have!Please check out the site and let us know what you think!Kindly,Ashley
Hi!I love your cooking blog. I have one as well called "Cooks Nook" (cooksnook.blogspot.com) if you'd like to participate, let me know (gentanites.blogspot.com). I love your recipes... I'm not a great cook, but I love simple and easy meals. I've made Crock-pot Roast Beef but with 2 cans french onion soup, 2 cans golden mushroom soup and 2 cans of mushroom soup. It's one of our family favs, but I am going to try your recipe. I bet it's just as yummy!!! :)
We love roasts in the crockpot. They come out so incredibly soft and tender. We make sandwiches with the leftovers.
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