Dr. Pepper Pot Roast, A Wildly Good Comfort Meal
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Dr. Pepper Pot Roast, A Wildly Good Comfort Meal

Cruising this winter on the ICW, we got hit with the polar votex and enveloped in a cold for a couple of days.  Comfort food is what sounded good to me for those days.  I had a beef roast in the freezer and contemplated what I could make with it in my crock pot.  My first thought was the traditional Pepsi pot roast but I did not have any regular Pepsi on-board.  I did have; however, Dr. Pepper from when the girls were here over the holidays.

So, why not use that?  So that is just what I did.  I added 2 small cans (7.5 ounces each), 2-3 tablespoons of Wildtree Steak Sauce and a tablespoon of Wildtree Garlic Galore seasoning blend and 1 teaspoon of Willdtree Rancher Steak Rub and the roast. 

Dr. Pepper Pot Roast, A Wildly Good Comfort Meal
I turned it on high for 1 hour then low from there for about 6 hours. The aroma on the Destiny was making my husband drool for hours.  It was well worth the wait!!

With potatoes rubbed with Wildtree Garlic Grapeseed oil, seasoned with a bit of Ranchers Steak Rub and bake in a cast iron skillet for 1 hour along with steamed green beans, finished with a quick saute in a little Wildtree Zesty Lemon Grapeseed oil, we pulled together a Wildly good comfort meal.

I hope this gives you some inspiration on how you can get a little Wild at home this winter with some of my favorite Wildtree products.

 

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