Wednesday, February 4, 2009

The easiest BBQ beef sandwiches ever

Okay - Super Bowl was coming up and I knew my daughter was inviting over a group of friends. I didn't want to go shopping as I had just been to Costco but figured there had to be something "manly" around the house that could be whipped together to qualify as Super Bowl food. It didn't literally get whipped together, and it did take all night to prepare it, but it was the crockpot that worked all night ... not me. Now the name is a little misleading, I never go buy beef because our freezer is full of deer and elk. So it should really be titled Easiest BBQ Elk Sandwiches, but it just doesn't have the same ring to it.

Easiest BBQ Beef (or Game) Sandwiches Ever

1 3-4 lb. arm or shoulder elk roast
1/2 cup water
1/2 cup favorite BBQ sauce
1 onion, chopped
6 garlic cloves, peeled and finely chopped
1 teaspoon beef bouillon granules

Place roast in crock pot and set to cook on hi for 6-8 hours. Pour in remaining ingredients in order listed. Cover and step back.

If your roast was not still frozen as mine was, make sure that the meat will not get done in the middle of the night. You might have to adjust your timing.

By morning, the meat was falling off the bone, and the smell was incredible. I removed the bone - dog thanked me profusely - and pulled off any visible connective tissue, gristle, the icky stuff kids might find. Another squirt of BBQ sauce for flavor, and the meat was ready to go.

Ladle up onto your favorite rolls, we used potato rolls, and serve with sliced pickles, red onion, or your favorite hot pepper.


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