With a Grateful Prayer and a Thankful Heart: Hot roast beef sandwiches with au Jus for dipping

Sunday, February 7, 2010

Hot roast beef sandwiches with au Jus for dipping

It's been a snowy winter. This weekends snowfall (about 28-inches) brought the Philadelphia area accumulation up to 54-inches so far (the record is 65-inches) and we are expecting another "major" storm on Wednesday. We've all been fighting colds and Abbey and John are currently watching the Super Bowl. Here is what the three of us enjoyed for dinner:
Hot roast beef sandwiches with au Jus for dipping.


It was an impulsive purchase many years ago but this "Set it and Forget it" rotisserie does a beautiful job roasting an eye roast.

The hardest part is slicing the roast paper thin since my MIL's old slicer gave up its ghost.

A delicious Crab Spread with Bacon posted on a new-to-me blog called Cuisine Kathleen. I was just beginning to think I would never buy imitation crab meat again because I am always disappointed with the results. It tasted very good in this spread!
Here is Kathleens recipe from her site:
Crab Spread with Bacon

1/2 lb crab meat..I use imitation crab, it is a milder taste..
1/2 lb cream cheese, don't use the less fat, it separates when baked..
1 small onion, minced
1 T horseradish
3 T milk or cream
Juice of one lemon
Pepper..

Mix all together, and spread in a baking dish sprayed with Pam.

Top with crumbled bacon, or almond slivers, or go wild and do half and half..:)

Bake at 350 15 min or till it bubbles and is lightly browned..
Let sit a few minutes, serve with crackers for spreading.


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Pineapple Coleslaw
from Epicurean.com
ingredients:
3 Cups Shredded Cabbage
1/2 Cup Shredded Carrots
3/4 cup Drained Crushed Pineapple (1 8oz Can)
2 Tbsp. Vinegar
2 tsp Sugar
2/3 Cup Mayonnaise
Black or White Pepper to taste
Directions:
Combine all ingredients. Taste and adjust the seasonings as desired. Cover and chill through.


Three Bean Salad (click to see previous posted)

We finished up with a Chocolate Cream Pie. I haven't posted the recipe because it didn't thicken as I thought it should. I put in the freezer and served it as a frozen dessert. The taste sent me right back into my childhood... remember Fudgesicles? The chocolate had the same flavor and texture as a Fudgesicle! Though really yummy, I still wanted a Chocolate Cream Pie :)

Saturday
Sunday Sunshine

22 comments:

Mildred said...

Good Evening Lorraine, I cannot believe all the snow you have had. Your home looks so beautiful against the bright blue sky. Your roast and all the trimmings look delicious. So sorry to hear you are all fighting a cold. I hope the week ahead will be full of blessings for all of you.

Claudia@DipityRoad said...

YOu are making me hungry for sure! Beautiful mosaic of your yummy food.

Typically we have lots of snow but this year has not given us a BIGGG ol blast. I wish we had as the photos are sooo much fun.

Thanks for sharing.

Claudia

Susan Wicker said...

Oh, LDH. Yum yum yum yum YUM yum yum. That roast beef. Oh man oh man oh man. You are terrific cook and baker. Just t-e-r-r-i-f-i-c. Our area of Massachusetts was spared the snowstorm this weekend. THANK GOD. Take care and thanks for sharing your yummy post. Sincerely, Susan from writingstraightfromtheheart.blogspot.com

Flourchild said...

All that snow and you have some time to bake!Your food looks so good and it all went together nicely! I love all your photos.

Joyce said...

It may be cold outside but sure is warm in your kitchen with all that delicious looking food that is on your cute collage. Thanks for the recipe for the cole slaw as I like the addition of pineapple.
Joyce

Miss Jen said...

Mmmm~ what a feast, dearest Mrs.H!!! :)
You are so creative.... it is always
a JOY to visit you!

Love~ Jen

eileeninmd said...

Your feast and mosaic look all so YUMMY. We got the same amount of snow here and I am so tired of it and they are calling for more tomorrow, OH NO!

Thoughtfully blended hearts said...

Yummy!!! Beautiful food shots...

Walking on Sunshine... said...

I am now incredibly hungry!!!

I told hubby how much snow you all received and for the first time he was glad he wasn't at Ft. Dix! Hope you are shoveled out by now!

It does look pretty!

32˙North said...

What a scruptious feast - I can almost smell that roast cooking from here!

Jane said...

Hi Loraine!
Your feast looks fabulous! I know your family loved every morsel of that delicious roast. Not to mention the other foods. I have that crab recipe...one of our favorites. But I have never tried it with bacon. Sounds fab!

I did not know you lived in the Philly area. We lived in West Chester for 5 years...a long time ago. My two eldest were born there. When we were planning our move, the materials sent out by the Chamber of Commerce said the annual average amount of snow was 16" (FOR THE YEAR) and that we would not need air conditioners. They lied! For my eldest son's 4th birthday, we had 28" on Valentine's Day...drifts of 50+ inches. We were so happy to move back to FL...
Jane (artfully graced)

Patriotic Mom said...

Yummy dinner! I did a beef dip also but I did it a bit differently. Your roast was cooked perfectly! In Northern Virginia we have been dumped on this year too and looking for more tomorrow. I'm longing for spring... Joan @Americana By Candlelight

Lady Farmer said...

What marvelous and tasty delights! Now I am so hungry I must go fix something to eat! Wishing I had that dilectable looking roast! :~P
Blessings!

Snippety Gibbet said...

I'm always on the lookout for a good imitation crab recipe. The price is just so good on that stuff. This one looks like it would be a keeper. Thanks. jan

Stine in Ontario said...

I'm surprised by all the snow you are getting as we are experiencing far less than normal here.

Looks like you had a delicious dinner to help you forget about the ugly weather. :)

Janice said...

Oh I hope you all stay safe and warm with all that snow outside! Your dinner looks so delicious and the frozen pie sounds great.

Ann said...

I heard that your area was getting some pretty heavy snowfall. Hope the next round isn't as bad.
That's some spread you had there. Looks like a feast fit for a king. I got hungry just looking at the pictures.

Mary @ Framed and Tagged said...

Oh My!!....I should have come to your house to watch the game!! Well,at least to eat...:-)

Stay warm have a great day!!!

GardenofDaisies said...

Your super bowl meal looks delicious!!! I'll have to try your crab dip.

Joy said...

That food looks SO GOOD!!! You do an awesome job on this blog--photos and everything. I've enjoyed your snow pics--even though I don't enjoy the snow! I'd like to try that crab dip and the coleslaw looks e-z. Thanks!

Kathleen said...

Hi Ldh,
I just saw you tried my Crab Spread recipe..I hope you liked it..
Your cookies look delicious!

Kathleen said...

I forgot to say I went to Villanova for grad school and lived in Ardmore..I see you live near Philly..:)

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