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Coke Roast. My husband is not a roast fan at all, but it is my fav so I am always trying to find one he likes. He actually said "This is amazing" and "Please make this more often" and took leftovers of it for lunch. I did add a little garlic and an extra envelope of onion to it.

Roast Beef Po'boy Mississippi Style, served with Gravy, Dressed and Pressed, Zapps chips and Barq's Root Beer in the Bottle - shortcut this by using deli sliced roast beef to save time!

Chuck roast, braised low and slow in the oven in a light roux with pot roasted veggies - it's a classic Sunday roast.

Butter Steamed New Potatoes. YUMMO. Who didn't have this side dish growing up?

Warm up with a big bowl of Coca Cola Chili! Thick and rich in flavor. The cocoa cola adds a depth of flavor {not cola}. This Coca Cola Chili can be made on a stove top or in a slow cooker.

Grillades and Grits - Strips of round steak, slow stewed with tomatoes and vegetables.

Easy Beef Nachos - Layered tortilla chips, with seasoned ground beef, cheese and topped with all of your favorite nacho toppings - chopped onion, tomatoes, jalapenos, black olives, sour cream, or choose your own favorite toppings, I've listed the ingredients that I like to use, but of course you should vary those according to your taste. The secret to me, is in the layered baking, so that you get nacho goodness all over.

Culinate: My Favorite Brisket. My mom adds "I used fresh tomatoes, plus a handful of sundried tomatoes for extra flavor. I made them fresh with Roma tomatoes. I also used more of the fresh herbs than they said. I didn't put in the carrots but I bet it would be delicious. We cooked it, not quite all the way, it was tender but not falling apart. Then we froze it, defrosted it, heated up the sauce and juices then stuck in all in the oven at 350 or 320 and warmed it up."