Stop & Rest. Learn How to Make Beef Tips & Noodles.

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Beef Tips & Noodles. 

Start with a large pot.

Add oil and fry a roast on all sides (this locks in the flavor).

Add 1 large can of beef broth and 1 pack of Lipton Onion Beef soup mix. Mix well. 

Cook for at least 3 hours with lid on. You will most likely need to add more broth as it cooks. And your roast may take more cooking time depending on the size. 

Cook until tender, set aside to cool, then shred.

Add 1 large can of beef broth to a large pot, bring to a boil, then add Amish noodles and cook until tender. 

Drain all but 1 cup of broth. Add 1 can of onion soup mix and mix well. 

Add shredded beef and salt and pepper to taste.

Stop And Rest.

Back in our grandparents era, life didn’t seem as fast paced as today. They actually used their front porches, visited their neighbors, family and friends, and went on Sunday afternoon drives to enjoy the scenery. And that was despite not having all the labor-saving devices that we have today, which actually don’t seem to be helping a lot in creating rest in our lives.

Our calendars are crammed with commitments. We race from one place to another; annoyed by the fact it took more than a minute at the fast food window or the red light didn’t change as quickly as we anticipated.

Halfway through the day we’re so tired we don’t think we can to make it to the end of the day. But, we have to plan rest just like we do everything else in our lives because it won’t just happen on its own.

We need to be intentional about setting time aside to spend with God. That’s where real refreshment and strength comes from and that time with the Lord will make the remainder of your day so much better.  

“Oh, that I had wings like a dove; then I would fly away and rest!” Psalms 55:6.

From my House to Your Kitchen, Tina.

In addition to providing delicious recipes on her Faith and Food blog, Tina Rucker is a proud mom to her 18 year old son, happy wife to her husband Joel of six years, and the spearhead of the Five Loaves Food Pantry ministry in her local church, open twice a month. 

Tina has worked in the food industry for over 25 years, and has a heart and a passion to serve, feed, and provide for those in need.

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