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Pot Roasts

Pot-roasting turns a variety of tough and typically inexpensive meat cuts -- traditionally beef, pork, or lamb -- succulent. Easy make-ahead dinners that often freeze well, pot roasts can be made even more flavorful with vegetables like onions, carrots, and potatoes.

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For pot roast -- a tough cut of beef braised until succulent and tender -- we start with a well-marbled chuck. Pair it with familiar carrots and potatoes. This recipe comes from Martha's latest book "One Pot: 120+ Easy Meals from Your Skillet, Slow Cooker, Stockpot, and More."

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Benedetta Vitali, owner of Zibibbo restaurant in Florence, Italy, prepares pot roast in a uniquely Tuscan style. Instead of slowly braising a less tender cut of meat, she quickly cooks browned rump roast in a small amount of liquid and serves it rare with sauteed spinach.