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French Dip

It’s the last week of school and my baby graduates kindergarten this Friday!! It’s a bittersweet moment because on one hand, I am glad that school is over but on the other hand, I can’t believe that she will be going to first grade in September!! She’s all grown up.

Anyway, back to the topic of food. I am always on the lookout for slow cooker recipes. Dump everything into the slow cooker and you’ll have delicious food in a few hours. What could be better than that? One of my latest slow cooker food is the French Dip.

French Dip

There’s no exact recipe but it is just beef, beef broth and Italian seasoning all added to the slow cooker and leave it on slow for 6 hours. Remove from slow cooker when done and either shred into little pieces or just make tiny slices like what I did. To serve, toast 2 slices of french baguette, top it with the beef, grilled onion and top off with a slice of cheese. Then a quick grill under the broiler to melt the cheese. As for the juice leftover in the slow cooker, do not throw it away! Strain it and then a quick boil on the stove for a tasty au jus. Serve it with the French Dip Sandwich.

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