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vanessa7 | Mar 19, 201907:55 PM     7

I made Ina Garten's company pot roast last month and had maybe 3-4 cups of pureed vegetable sauce leftover that I froze. I was going to make another pot roast and I am wondering if I can cook the chuck roast in the leftover sauce along with some more carrots and onions.

I also have another chuck roast in my fridge that I was going to use to make a Guinness beef stew for my sister who is having a baby in a few days. I am wondering if it's better to make the stew and freeze it or just freeze the meat and make the stew when the baby comes.

Out of curiosity, are there other popular dishes made out of chuck roast? I bought more than I needed to make stew for a St. Patrick's Day party.

Thanks, CH!

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