I just noticed this about tonight’s dinner.
The food completely was sourced from the Amish farms in our Community Supported Agriculture. Including this absolutely lovely roast from Tussock Sedge Farm.
I went to their web site (yes, the Amish have web sites, usually maintained by a sales manager) and read all about this grass fed beef. It tells you to slow cook this beef for best results. I did a 20 hour slow cook in my crockpot, overnight and all day. I can say this is some of the best beef I have ever had. Falling apart. Incredibly tender.
Served with another new item we received. Kennebec potatoes
I think I have a new favorite when it comes to potatoes. These were very creamy and full of flavor. I just microwaved them for about three minutes. Perfect consistency. They would make awesome mashed potatoes.
The vegetables on the side were cauliflower and broccoli. Steamed for just about three minutes. A little Trickling Springs butter and salt and pepper. We got both of them last Tuesday in our delivery. Food just days out of the ground. Nothing like it.
And, enough leftovers for two more meals, plus a hearty broth that will make that last meal probably be a beef noodle soup.
It doesn’t get much better than this, and it was very simple to make. Turn on that crockpot and go about your business.
Thanks to Lancaster Farm Fresh, I can make a great Saturday night meal without running all over town.