For St. Patrick’s Day, and a certain husband’s birthday, I pulled out all the stops and did a full Roast Beef Dinner. It was delicious. Gravy and vegetables, Irish Champ, Yorkshire Pudding and of course the Beef. There was a tonne of food, but there was none left! The birthday boy, a couple of friends and myself demolished it all, even though there was some insane cake for after.
**If you do not have a SIZZLE ZONE™ Side Burner, preheat your grill to high and sear your beef over the preheated hot side of the grill. Turn the grill down to low (200°F) when you’re done searing the meat and cook in the roasting pan over indirect heat.
This was a fantastic meal. It took a while to make. Something I would not do on a week night for sure. This was definitely a treat. Honestly there is nothing to say about this meal as we were all in meat comas and the only conversation was “MMMHHHHHHHHHHH”. Good thing it was Walking Dead night ’cause we all sounded like happy zombies.
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