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    Default *Updated in 12 and 36* French dip in the crock pot

    I've never made french dips but this recipe looks promising. I'm hungry. I'll let you all know how it turns out.
    http://tastykitchen.com/recipes/main...er-french-dip/
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    That's pretty much what I do. (I do the roast, a can of beef broth, a bottle of beer and an envelope of onion soup mix). It is delicious!

    Catherine

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    Quote Originally Posted by crl View Post
    That's pretty much what I do. (I do the roast, a can of beef broth, a bottle of beer and an envelope of onion soup mix). It is delicious!

    Catherine
    Any worcestershire sauce?

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    Quote Originally Posted by infomama View Post
    I've never made french dips but this recipe looks promising. I'm hungry. I'll let you all know how it turns out.
    http://tastykitchen.com/recipes/main...er-french-dip/
    That's the recipe I use, too (no Worcestershire). It is SO good! I also caramelize some onions for the sandwiches. After I dole out the dipping liquid into bowls, I like to add a bit of Tabasco to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by infomama View Post
    Any worcestershire sauce?
    Nope, but I am sure you could add it. I always toast the rolls, makes them better for dipping in the broth, IMO.

    I have seen recipes that call for melting some cheese on top of the beef, I bet that would be a tasty variation.

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    great w/swiss!!
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    Toasted rolls, caramelized onions and Swiss....check!
    Have to make it tomorrow though. Can't wait!

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    OK..waiting on rolls (DH went out to get them). I'm a little nervous as the meat didn't fall apart. Had it on low for about 6 hours. I'll put the onions on when he gets home.

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    I'm hungry just reading this. yum!
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    Ooh, this sounds so GOOD.

    Let us know how it turns out!

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