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Adapted from an old drive in in Minnesota, this slow cooked beef is covered in a sweet barbecue sauce then cooked until it is falling apart, then served sandwich style.

Slow Cooker Ting Town Barbeque Beef Sandwiches



Sometimes, I feel like a broken record on my blog. I feel like every time I talk about birthday treats for work, I have to explain that I make all of the treats for birthdays there. And when I talk about my family get-togethers, I have to explain that we all get together once a month, and rotate turns taking the main part of the meal while everyone else brings sides, drinks and dessert. Why do I feel like I need to be a broken record? Well, if you were to look at my stats, you would be able to tell that the same people aren’t reading my blog each post. Some of you are regulars (THANK YOU so much! I love you all – you are the best!) but I get a lot of hits from internet searches. And as one that sometimes uses Google to find a recipe, I hate to go to a blog, only to read and not know what the author is talking about. Call me crazy, I may be alone in this. And I’m sure that half the people don’t even read all of this, but skip straight to the recipe, but I guess I’m anal and like for people to know the background.

So I apologize now if you are a regular reader and I keep explaining the same things over and over again!

Speaking of family get-togethers, I was in charge in August. I went back and forth about what I wanted to make. My house is just too small to hold 12 adults and a bunch of active children, so thank goodness it was August and a nice day to spend outside. We had contemplated just doing it in our backyard and grilling, but since housework has become one of my lesser priorities since becoming pregnant and tired, (and even if it was in the backyard, it would be impossible to keep people out of the house!), we decided to go to a nearby park. I started thinking barbeque beef sandwiches would be the perfect picnic fare.

After finally deciding on what to make, I had to decide which recipe to use. I saw all kinds of recipes that I wanted to make, but most involved smoking and other processes that took hours and lots of work. Have I mentioned I’ve gotten lazy and tired with this pregnancy? :) I decided I wanted to do a crock pot barbecue beef, but I didn’t want to just throw in the beef and a bottle of barbecue sauce and call it good. I wanted to be lazy, but not that lazy! In comes the good ol’ Food Blog Search. Within minutes, I found a recipe I wanted to use! I got the idea from Cast Sugar, but I still took the original recipe she used from allrecipes and adapted that to our tastes.

This recipe was so easy and so delicious. I got many compliments on the sandwiches that evening, and I liked it so much that I would definitely make them again. And since it’s made in the crock pot, it’s super easy. The recipe required very little hands on time. And the great thing about allreicpes is you can put in the number of servings you want, and they will automatically calculate the ingredients. I did mine for 20, and I had plenty to serve 12 adults and 10 children, plus enough left over for my husband and I for the next day. The recipe below is the original servings – 16.

There’s still another week of summer left to enjoy – and if the weather is still nice, these would be great picnic fare!

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Slow Cooker Ting Town Barbeque Beef Sandwiches

Prep Time: 10 minutes

Cook Time: 7 hours, 30 minutes

Total Time: 8 hours

Yield: 16 servings

Slow Cooker Ting Town Barbeque Beef Sandwiches

Adapted from an old drive in in Minnesota, this slow cooked beef is covered in a sweet barbecue sauce then cooked until it is falling apart, then served sandwich style.

Ingredients

  • 3 stalks celery, sliced thin
  • 1 large onion, coarsely chopped
  • 4 cloves garlic, minced
  • 1 cup ketchup
  • 1 cup barbeque sauce
  • 1 tablespoon prepared yellow mustard
  • 2 tablespoons cider vinegar
  • 2 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce
  • 2 tablespoons brown sugar, packed
  • 1 teaspoon chili powder
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • 1 teaspoon ground black pepper
  • 4 pounds boneless beef chuck roast, trimmed of fat
  • 16 hamburger buns

Instructions

  1. To make the sauce, combine the celery, onion, garlic, ketchup, barbeque sauce, mustard, cider vinegar, Worcestershire sauce, brown sugar, chili powder, salt, and pepper in a bowl; stir until well blended.
  2. Place the chuck roast in a slow cooker. Pour the sauce evenly over the meat. Cover and cook the roast on HIGH for 3 hours. Reduce heat to LOW, and continue cooking until very tender, about 4 hours more.
  3. About 1/2 hour before serving, remove the chuck roast from the slow cooker and shred the meat with a large fork. Empty the sauce and juices to a sauce pan, and cook uncovered over medium heat so the sauce thickens, for 20 minutes.
  4. Put the meat and sauce back in the slow cooker and stir to combine. Keep warm in the slow cooker.
  5. Serve on hamburger buns.

Notes

adapted from allrecipes.com

http://www.tasteandtellblog.com/ting-town-barbeque-beef-sandwiches/

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24 Responses to Ting Town Barbeque Beef Sandwiches

  1. kat says:

    As it gets colder here I’m planning on trying some of these barbecues in a crock pot, it seems like such a great way to do it!

  2. Colloquial Cook says:

    Hi Deb! I have to confess I read all of your posts and thanks for repeating yourself because my head is like a colander (French imagery). Anyway, your recipe looks absolutely yummy! I hope the pregnancy is going fine!

  3. Mama Goose says:

    Holy Hannah, that looks awesome!

  4. glamah16 says:

    I bet they loved those. I love reading the story behind the recipe. So keep them coming.

  5. Maria says:

    Your friends and family are so lucky! Sounds like you go all out. I love making treats for others!! The sandwiches look fantastic!

  6. StickyGooeyCreamyChewy says:

    I’m one of those nerdy people who actually read the posts, but I enjoy all of the background information.

    Your bbq beef looks delish! I love recipes like this that can be made in the slow cooker. I made smoked pulled pork for the fist time recently on my BGE. I was a nervous wreck, checking it every 5 minutes!

  7. Sylvie says:

    It looks like summer is well and truly over here in the UK, but I’m sure it’ll make a return for a couple of weeks yet and it’d be lovely to have one of these sitting on a rug in a park.

  8. The Mediocre Cook says:

    Just as I don’t read instruction manuals for leisure, I don’t read recipes for fun (ok sometimes I do :). I look to the stories and opinions of the food when I go recipe hunting. So thanks for being inspiration and your pictures sure help!

  9. Joe Horn says:

    It looks great! I can’t wait for the cold weather and some snow to start making some good crock pot, braises and stews!

  10. Gigi says:

    A slow cooker recipe! I can’t wait to give this a go. My poor slower cooker sees very little action but this recipe looks to good to pass up.

  11. Patsyk says:

    I’m another one who reads the post before the recipe! I don’t mind all the background info.

    Those sandwiches might make me like my crockpot… right now I’d say I’m close to tossing it to the curb since I haven’t had anything turn out well in it in years!

  12. Pam says:

    I love a good barbecue beef sandwich and yours looks fantastic. I also like reading your stories so keep them coming.

  13. HoneyB says:

    The sandwich looks yummy!! What good is it to look at a post and not read the whole thing? I don’t care if you repeat yourself. I do the same thing!

  14. dobetter says:

    That looks so good! And I love that it came out of the slow cooker. Fantastic for busy days!

  15. Emiline says:

    Yum! Sounds great.

    I don’t think you sound like a broken record.

  16. Deb says:

    I am another one who loves hearing a bit of a story behind the post. It makes it more than “just a recipe” and gives a little hint and peek into someone’s life.

    And I love that idea. I have a bunch of hungry kids to feed every second weekend. This sounds perfect for them!

  17. Grace says:

    what a fun name for what’s sure to be a delicious concoction. i love crockpot recipes. especially ones with mustard and ketchup and brown sugar. :)

  18. Patricia Scarpin says:

    Your get togethers sound like a lot of fun, Deb!
    And you are NOT a broken record – I love coming here!
    These burgers would make my hubby so happy – he is a beef lover!

  19. LaDue & Crew says:

    I read the whole thing! I love your blog, and I actually stumbled on it a ways back while looking for a recipe. This recipe looks so easy, I think it’ll be tomorrows dinner, lol..!

  20. LaDue & Crew says:

    I read the whole thing! I love your blog, and I actually stumbled on it a ways back while looking for a recipe. This recipe looks so easy, I think it’ll be tomorrows dinner, lol..!

  21. Salt N Turmeric says:

    oh i miss family get together :( no wonder u said u mustve Malaysian blood somewhere in you! I might even add that your whole family must have too! lol.

    btw, love the bbq beef sandwich idea. Might even try it myself.

    Farina

  22. Mama Goose says:

    Hey Deborah – I wanted to let you know I made this this week and it was awesome! I served it over rice. Thank goodness for leftovers!

  23. Crisina Rock says:

    I enjoy sweet dishes, sandwiches look fantastic! ym ym ym! i will try it with chocolate covered strawberries will be a great combination, and i can not wait for cold weather @

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