My inspiration came from the self appointed Sandwich King Jeff Mauro. I have no idea if his show is even renewed but I thought this Chicago Italian Beef (done pot roast style) looked amazing.
I followed the recipe as closely as I could. The roast was wonderful and the jus had some heat from the red pepper. My favorite was the hot giardiniera (which wasn't all that hot). Here is the link.
I tried my hand at making Hoagie Rolls from this recipe. I need some practice here but they didn't turn out half bad.
I lost most of the pictures I took at the end so my favorite shots ended up in the ether.
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