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Beef and Bacon Roll Ups Recipe, Quick thinking Joke...October 10 2005

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Beef and Bacon Roll Ups

1 (1 pound) eye of the round roast,
5 to 6 bacon slices, cut into thirds
1/2 cup flour
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/4 teaspoon pepper
1/4 teaspoon pepper
3 tablespoons vegetable oil
2 cans hot water mixed with 1 can beef broth, divided
2 tablespoons tomato paste (optional)

Trim excess fat from roast and pound on each side to tenderize. Place
bacon piece in center of each roast slice. Roll up meat jellyroll
fashion and secure with wooden picks. In a small bowl or plastic bag,
mix flour, salt and pepper. Add meat rolls a few at a time and coat
with seasoned flour. Heat oil in large skillet. Brown meat rolls
over medium heat. Transfer meat to baking dish. Dissolve 3
tablespoons of remaining seasoned flour in 1 cup hot water mixture.
If necessary, add extra flour to make 3 tablespoons. Add a little
hot water to skillet, then stir in water with flour. Add remaining 2
cups of water mixture and tomato paste, if desired, and stir well.
Bring to a boil, stirring constantly. Reduce heat and boil gravy for
1 minute. Pour gravy over meat and bake covered at 375 degrees F for
1 hour and 15 minutes or until tender.

Yields 4 servings.
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Quick thinking

Marie Thibodeaux (an old maid) went on a picture-taking safari in
Africa, taking along her old poodle for company. The first day out
in the jungle the old poodle wandered off chasing butterflies. The
old poodle spotted a young leopard running full out toward him.
Knowing that he could not out-run the leopard, the old dog begin to
think. Looking around he spotted some old bones on the ground. He
turned away from the approaching leopard and started chewing on the
bones. Just as the leopard was ready to leap on him, he announced
loudly, "That sure was some good leopard, hope I can catch another

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