Here is the roast being prepped for it stay in the fridge overnight. Big, isn't it.
Here is the roast being barbequed. Nowhere in the recipe does it say to add water to the pan occasionally, but henceforth that is what I will do, to prevent the lovely burning of the meat due to the heat below the pan. All the seasoning was burnt and to get to the meat that didn't taste of charcoal I had to cut the seasoned crust off.
But here is the end result, with the mustard sauce that I would change, it's a little runny. We had real mashed potatoes, and corn with butter. I was to tired to make gravy, but the potatoes tasted good anyway.
Luckily, our hawaiin sweet rolls fared better than the roast did. Mark raved about them. I brought some loaves to my parent's this weekend, and they all raved about them. They taste really good warmed up!
And, tada! The piece de resistance (snooty french accent here, please)... the brownie! Note the carmelized brown of the coconut frosting. This was deliciously sinful, and the brownie a light but chocolatey counterpart to the moist topping. This was oh-so-good with a scoop of vanilla ice cream eaten alongside!
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