About a month ago, Mr. A Southern Soul and I along with 3 other families banded together and purchased a cow. Honestly, it’s kinda awkward saying that and just doesn’t quite sound right but anyway, you know what I mean. After several emails with details like how thick we wanted our steaks cut and did we want bones, we came up with a plan. I got our freezer ready, then, just waited until our farmer called with a delivery date.
I had no idea what to expect but kept an open mind since the 2 main reasons we decided to do this was price and quality of meat. The day finally arrived and we loaded up our freezer and I started planning what to cook. Friends, I am SO HAPPY with our purchase. Every piece of meat that I’ve cooked has been delicious!
One of my families new favorite recipes is a braised chuck roast made with onions, garlic, beef stock and peppadew peppers. The peppers give the beef a mild, spicy flavor that is enhanced with rich juices made from braising. This easy recipe could also be made in the crock pot.