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The other day I put this beautiful roast in my George Foreman Smart Kitchen Multicooker with bay leaves and a lot of the Crazy Salt mix.  I first browned the roast on both sides then added enough water to cover the roast.

I let it cook all day.  YOU WILL HAVE TO ADD WATER THROUGH OUT THE PROCESS SO DO NOT LEAVE THE HOUSE IF YOU COOK IT MY WAY!!!

After is was falling apart and so tender I used tongs to removed it from the pot and placed in on a plate to cool.  In the mean time I had chopped up 2-3 onions.  I poured the juice from the multicooker out and threw in the onions and olive oil to cook them until they were tender.  I then pulled apart the meat and added it back to to the cooker along with more Crazy Salt and olive oil.  I put the cooker on warm until we were ready to eat.  When I plated I added this amazing organic cheese, shredded, that we always have in the fridge!

The Honey Carrots are super easy to make and all four of my kids love them!  I peeled and sliced A LOT of carrots and threw them in a pan, covered with water and then squirted a lot of honey in the pot along with a small handful of brown sugar.  Covered and let cook until tender.  Be sure to keep checking water level so you don't burn the carrots. 

The bread, which is under the meat, is homemade.  DUH!  I made up some bread dough with yeast and let it rise during the day.  I knew I wanted to fry up the bread ahead of time because I love friend bread. I used a nonstick pan and dropped by spoonfuls then sprinkled the dough with salt and garlic.  I let one side get brown then I flipped and flattened the bread.  This was a favorite!

Sometimes I mention that I've made a Pear Salad, it's something that my Mamaw always made when I was growing up and I love it!!!!!  It made not sound delicious but it is!!!!!!  Usually you serve on a lettuce leaf but I skipped that part.  I took some canned pears and drained them.  Yes, you can use fresh pears but I was all out and canned pears will do the job.  I place a dollop of mayo in the hole.  Yes, you heard me, mayo.  Then sprinkle with cheese, cheddar is what I always use but I'm sure you can change it up a bit.  Try it, you'll like it!

I was told that night that I outdid myself!  That's always nice to hear.

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