So our huge winter storm is in the process of moving into the mountains of Arizona this morning. We got about an inch of snow and now it has switched over to rain. It’s all part of what’s expected to be a gloomy day here. I’m already considering plans for dinner tonight and I think one of my favorite bloggers, The Pioneer Woman Cooks, triggered my desire for a nice warm roast enjoyed by the fire tonight. If you’re not sure how to cook a really good pot roast, check out her recipe. That’s the technique we use and always seems to generate the best results. You could pair the roast with some of her Buttery Thyme Bread too. Yum! I’ll have to see if there’s any bison roast left at the natural food store when we run into town today.
Why not just buy beef you’re saying? Well, bison meat is better for your heart because it’s low in cholesterol and fat but high in protein. It’s also high in iron and other essential minerals or vitamins your body requires. And, if it’s grass fed bison that’s even better because the meat wasn’t fattened on nasty fillers and feed lot grains. If you Google search for natural buffalo meat or natural bison meat you’ll end up with several different web suppliers. Your local natural food store should also carry a selection of bison meat in the butcher department.
Ok, time to get ready for the slow, slushy drive into town.
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