Our meal last night was delicious! As promised last night in Vegetable Bounty Tablescape, today I’m sharing the recipes for the corn pudding and the roast beef.
The Dynasty Corn Pudding is actually a recipe by none other than Linda Evans. Can you believe it? Yes, she can cook. A few years ago, I tore the recipe out of a newspaper insert – Parade, probably.
That’s Linda Evans’ picture there – her hair pulled up – bangs down to her eyes, as usual. (Oh, those Dynasty days – and South Fork memories, too!)
Didn’t you want to push those bangs out of her eyes? She has beautiful eyes! I wanted to see them better, but the hair was always in the way. I wonder what she’s hiding under there.
The article tells about how this recipe is a favorite in her family and she makes it often for family gatherings. Sounds safe, right?
Sometimes it takes me a long time to get around to trying something, as is the case here.
Spunky Daughter came home while it was cooking and smelled the deliciousness. When I showed her the recipe, she was excited to eat the cheesy goodness of it and could hardly wait to eat.
This, my daughter who smells food and gets full. My picky eater. She dove in – loved it. HH liked it, too. You know what that means, right?
Yep, it’s a keeper. Here’s the link so you can go to the web page and print your copy of Linda Evans’ Dynasty Corn Pudding. (Long bangs not required.)
Yesterday morning, I put the roast in the crock pot and let it cook all day. Don’t you love crock pots? Such a time-saver.
I was working on my new (new to me) antique kitchen swing door – sanding, painting, etc., running in and out of the garage. It was nice to have the main course worry-free and cooking while I focused on a project.
Rather than a full roast, I chopped the meat into medium-sized chunks before putting it in the crock pot. This is my new favorite way to make this recipe. When we gathered to eat, I lifted the lid and served immediately – no removing the roast to slice or chop needed.
I’ve made this recipe for about six years – easy, delicious, and with consistent results. Tried and true. Comfort food!
Since I printed my recipe from Food Network, I’m providing the link for you to do the same. Before you go, I need to prepare you.
In the south, we call it roast beef. Robin Miller calls it beef roast. It’s just as delicious, either way you say it, y’all. 😉 Click here to print Robin Miller’s Beef Roast with Root Vegetables.
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