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DON’T CALL A TRAVEL AGENT. The flavors of Spain come through in every bite of this Spanish-inspired meal. And there’s no doubt about it, this is not your everyday, run-of-the-mill pot roast. Sure, it starts with a chuck roast, one of the best cuts of meat for slow cooking, but then you add sherry, thyme, olives, and anchovies. These ingredients, so reminiscent of Spanish cuisine, send this pot roast over-the-top. Anchovies have long been given a bad rap. Yes, they’re fishy and salty if used right out of the container. However, when used correctly they turn into that secret ingredient that really makes a recipe pop.

Shake up the traditional pot roast a bit more with a side of

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