11.Trim any excess fat from your roast.
2.Place it in the pot.
3.Add everything else to the pot.
4.Cover and cook for 6.5 hours on low.
5.Remove the roast and slice in very thin pieces. (we use an electric knife for this.)
6.Place the slice meat back in the pot for 30 minutes on high.
1.Preheat your oven to 350 degrees.
2.Slice open your French rolls, and spread with butter.
3.Bake 10 minutes, or until toasty. Don’t burn it.
4.Serve up the roast slices on the French rolls and cut each roll in half.
3Ladle the sauce into serving bowls for dipping the sandwiches. Some folks will serve this with melted provolone cheese on top of it all, but we think it’s tasty just like this.