We had our big fajita dinner and I used a small corn tortilla. The flavor was pretty good but the darned thing sort of fell apart on me anyway. So, after having that happen, I just piled chicken, onions, cheese, salsa and sour cream on my plate and ate it that way. It was great!
Tonight I made a pot roast in an actual pot on the stove. I usually use my crock pot since that doesn't heat the house up too much. However, since we're having some REALLY FREAKING COLD weather, I could cook it on the stove. Know what? I like it better on the stove. The meat came out very well.
I take the meat and cut slices into it where I place sliced garlic cloves. After that I salt, pepper and garlic the top and bottom then sear in the pot with a little olive oil. Once it gets good and seared I start adding water with beef bouillon and liquid smoke. I allow it to cook on the stove with the lid on for at least five hours. On LOW, very low. You cannot beat it!
To make the gravy I take a few tablespoons of butter and melt in a pot. Add some GF flour mixture to it (do NOT use only rice flour unless you like meat flavored rice cereal) to form a roux. Slowly add the liquid from the pot and stir, stir, stir. Once it is a good texture, allow it to cook a little longer and then serve! Good gravy!
This is what mine looks like
Quite a few years ago my dad bought me a le Creuset pot for making pot roasts. Very, very pricey pot but it does help make an awesome pot roast!