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Old 10-10-2011, 08:18 PM   #1
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Italian Dressing Roast Beef In The Slow Cooker

Hey guys,

Once upon a time, I started thinking about all the recipes that get buried in threads. They are buried on, like, Page 12 with no chance to shine.

Well, I thought I would share this slow cooker recipe that I found here with some handy dandy photos.

It's easy and it uses barely any ingredients. I love how flavorful the meat is with such a small ingredient list.

A couple days ago, I saw someone post a recipe thread without giving credit to the original poster of the recipe.


Credit goes to Mackenzie for this "Italian Roast Beef" (which we will now call Italian Dressing Roast Beef).

Italian *Dressing Roast Beef

  • 3-4 lb rump roast
  • garlic cloves (3 or 4 sliced)
  • bottled Italian dressing
  • pepper
  • grated Parmesan cheese







Poke holes in the top of the rump roast.

Put some sliced garlic cloves and grated Parmesan cheese in each slit. Put roast in slow cooker, pour about 1 cup of Italian dressing over it, and sprinkle the top with Parmesan cheese and pepper.

Cover and cook on low for 8-9 hours.












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ENJOY YOUR CATS WHILE THE MEAT COOKS





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Serve yo self.





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Old 10-11-2011, 11:03 AM   #2
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Good re-post Cindy! If it is on a regular thread, you can bump it by responding. I like that you gave credit where it was due, too.

What is that vegetable conglomeration there on the side?
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Old 10-11-2011, 12:06 PM   #4
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If I swap the all-black cat for a gargantuan blue tuxedo cat, will the recipe still work? I have a fluffy orange one and a tiny tabby with seafoam-green eyes, but I may be missing a key ingredient.

The roast looks good, but the kittehs look awesome! <3 to infinity!
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Old 10-11-2011, 12:41 PM   #5
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Good for you Cindy. I think it looks great . And you pasta zoodles look awesome too.
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Old 10-11-2011, 12:49 PM   #6
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Thanks for the repost, such an easy recipe! Your Cats are darling!!!
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Old 10-11-2011, 01:21 PM   #7
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I'm so glad you like it! It's one of our favorites too....



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Hey guys,

Once upon a time, I started thinking about all the recipes that get buried in threads. They are buried on, like, Page 12 with no chance to shine.

Well, I thought I would share this slow cooker recipe that I found here with some handy dandy photos.

It's easy and it uses barely any ingredients. I love how flavorful the meat is with such a small ingredient list.

A couple days ago, I saw someone post a recipe thread without giving credit to the original poster of the recipe.


Credit goes to Mackenzie for this "Italian Roast Beef" (which we will now call Italian Dressing Roast Beef).

Italian *Dressing Roast Beef

  • 3-4 lb rump roast
  • garlic cloves (3 or 4 sliced)
  • bottled Italian dressing
  • pepper
  • grated Parmesan cheese







Poke holes in the top of the rump roast.

Put some sliced garlic cloves and grated Parmesan cheese in each slit. Put roast in slow cooker, pour about 1 cup of Italian dressing over it, and sprinkle the top with Parmesan cheese and pepper.

Cover and cook on low for 8-9 hours.












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ENJOY YOUR CATS WHILE THE MEAT COOKS





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Serve yo self.





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Old 10-12-2011, 02:25 AM   #8
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Beautiful! (even the roast, ) The kitties are so pretty! And going to try this recipe this weekend. I LOVE easy peasy AND crockpot, so this has got to be a winner. Can you please post the recipe for the zoodles? I know how to make them, but it looks like some kind of sauce with them.
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Old 10-12-2011, 10:20 AM   #9
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Old 10-12-2011, 07:01 PM   #10
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Thanks for sharing this recipe with us!

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Good re-post Cindy! If it is on a regular thread, you can bump it by responding. I like that you gave credit where it was due, too.
What is that vegetable conglomeration there on the side?
Thank you! I didn't want to bump the other thread. When a recipe is gosh-darned good, it sometimes deserves its own thread. So I did it!

Conglomeration = I made "zoodles" and mixed them with marinara sauce. Nothing special, but very good along side the beef!

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If I swap the all-black cat for a gargantuan blue tuxedo cat, will the recipe still work? I have a fluffy orange one and a tiny tabby with seafoam-green eyes, but I may be missing a key ingredient.
The roast looks good, but the kittehs look awesome! <3 to infinity!
I checked my recipe, and if you use a gargantuan blue tuxedo cat in place of a black cat, you have to give it four extra hugs before you start cooking.

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Good for you Cindy. I think it looks great . And you pasta zoodles look awesome too.
Zoodles rool!

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Thanks for the repost, such an easy recipe! Your Cats are darling!!!
They appreciate all these kind words, lol.

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I'm so glad you like it! It's one of our favorites too....
And it's youuuuuuu! Thank you, my sweetums! Did you see this thread title and think, "Hmm. Now what is this all about."

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Beautiful! (even the roast, ) The kitties are so pretty! And going to try this recipe this weekend. I LOVE easy peasy AND crockpot, so this has got to be a winner. Can you please post the recipe for the zoodles? I know how to make them, but it looks like some kind of sauce with them.
Just stir marinara with them. I didn't even measure, I just poured marinara until it looked about right. Before the marinara, you saute the zoodles in oil or butter (or both, my preference) with salt and garlic powder until they are somewhat tender.

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I approve of any recipe that includes photos of kitties.
I try to post kitty pictures whenever I make a food thread. (Usually on other forums.)
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Old 10-12-2011, 07:03 PM   #11
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We still have some leftovers. After all, there are only two (humans) in the house.

Carb Balance taco time!

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Old 10-12-2011, 09:32 PM   #12
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Make it, BFF!


Thank you! I didn't want to bump the other thread. When a recipe is gosh-darned good, it sometimes deserves its own thread. So I did it!

Conglomeration = I made "zoodles" and mixed them with marinara sauce. Nothing special, but very good along side the beef!


I checked my recipe, and if you use a gargantuan blue tuxedo cat in place of a black cat, you have to give it four extra hugs before you start cooking.


Zoodles rool!


They appreciate all these kind words, lol.


And it's youuuuuuu! Thank you, my sweetums! Did you see this thread title and think, "Hmm. Now what is this all about."


Just stir marinara with them. I didn't even measure, I just poured marinara until it looked about right. Before the marinara, you saute the zoodles in oil or butter (or both, my preference) with salt and garlic powder until they are somewhat tender.


I try to post kitty pictures whenever I make a food thread. (Usually on other forums.)
I'm very flattered.......it's one of our favorites.........I'm glad you enjoyed it!
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Old 10-13-2011, 08:23 AM   #13
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I love, love, love it. I have never been a big fan of that traditional pot roast taste. (Call me crazy!)

This takes it to a new, completely different level. And that's what I like.
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