But the pellet stove has suffered a much different story. It has been waiting for its turn to burn, sitting very quiet and cold in the garage since we brought it home. Today Honey is grouting the tiles installed on the hearth. After the grout dries, the stove can be brought out of the garage, thoroughly dusted off and hooked up. The weather is cooling quickly here in Vancouver and heat will be needed sooner than one knows.
In a large skillet, sear the meat, turning to brown all sides. Place the roast into a Dutch oven.
Season with salt and pepper to preference, then cover. Cook 3 – 5 hours. When the meat is tender, carefully remove from dutch oven and place on a platter, covered loosely with foil or a clean tea towel.
Add the pureed vegetables to the meat broth and simmer to reduce and thicken slightly.
This is simply delicious! I hope you enjoy this roast as much as we did.
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