ALL FREE Sewing Tutorials  -  DIY Crafting  -  Design & Make Your Own Clothes  -  Holidays & Home  - 

Quilting  -  Sewing Machines & More  -  Teach Others To Sew! - Just For Kids


Take a Sewing Class With Us!


What Sewing Machine Should I Buy?
We use Brother Project RUNWAY Limited Edition Sewing Machines.
Visit Love To Sew Studio's profile on Pinterest.


Sewing back music video a parady of Justin Timberlake's Sexy Back by Jamie Marie Harris at Love to Sew Studio.
We made this Music Video Just Because It Was Fun To Do!

My Family's Favorite Dishes
Slow Cooker Recipes - French Dip

Here is a super easy slow cooker French Dip Recipe that my family loves.

French Dip Slow Cooker Recipe

With two simple ingredients, the right piece of meat, and your favorite cheese and roll, this mouth watering French Dip sandwich can be one of your family's favorite easy to prepare meals too.
1 envelope of Lipton's Onion Soup Mix
1 can of Campbell's Beef Broth Condensed
1 Brisket Beef
Italian or Kaiser Rolls
Your favorite Cheese for Beef (We use provolone.)
Pin It
The first time I made this recipe my family ate it up in minutes with lots of "ooohhh's" and "aaahhh's" coming from their mouths. This is now one of our family's favorites that I serve quite often. This French dip sandwich recipe is better than our local pubs!

Add two simple ingredients to make the delicious French Dip recipe, Campbell's beef broth and Lipton's onion mix.

Set up your crock pot and turn it on. Add the beef broth and the envelope soup mix into crock pot and stir.

What makes this homemade French Dip Sandwich so delicious is a combination of the right rolls, cheese, a good piece of meat, and the dip. You could just place the meat in the crock pot at this point, but it's so much better if you brown your meat and create your own dip sauce to add to the crock pot.

When making the French Dip Sandwich recipe first brown your meat.

To do so place one tablespoon of butter and one tablespoon of olive oil in a pan on medium-high heat. Sprinkle beef with salt and pepper. Place meat in pan and cook until brown on all sides, about 5-8 minutes on each side.

Once all sides are brown add 3/4 cup of water. Be careful and stand back when adding the water because steam can come up in your face. With a fork move the meat around the water scrapping the brown bits of the bottom of the pan. This forms a delicious dip for your meal. Once all the scrapings are off the bottom of the pan, place the meat and the sauce you just created into the crock pot.

Add water to the bottom of the pan to make the French Dip Sandwich.

Notice the steam from adding the water. Also look at the bottom of the pan and see the gravy juices that have formed...YUMMY!

Cook in crock pot for about six hours. Take the meat out and break apart with two forks into bit size pieces. Remove any fat. Place juice in a bowl for dipping. Place meat in a Kaiser roll, top with cheese and a little bit of juice. Dip sandwich in bowl for extra juice and ENJOY your homemade French Dip sandwich!



Slow Cooker Recipes Dishes

My Family's Favorite Dinner Recipes

Family Recipes







Search Love To Sew Studio

Make a Dog Bandana
Learn to Sew a Skirt
Make a Raggedy Quilt
How to Price Your Handmade Crafts
Submit a Photo
Can an Online Business Degree Help Me in a Sewing & Fashion Career
Online Fashion Merchandising Degree
Personalized Sewing Labels
How to Gather Seams
Your First Steps in Learning to Sew
Techniques in Garment Construction
Recycled Jeans
Family Recipes
American Girl Doll
Choosing a Sewing Machine
Costume Design

Find Love to Sew Studio on:
Facebook for Love to Sew Studio, Judi Montgomery HarrisLike us on Facebook Pinterest boards for Love to Sew Studio, Judi Harris.See our Pins! See the tweets from Love to Sew Studio.Follow us on Twitter! Love to sew studio youtube videos on learn to sew tutorialsSee our Videos!
Etsy for Love to Sew Studio, Judi Harris, hand sewn itemsVisit our Etsy Shop! sign up for Love to Sew Studio's free news letterJoin our email Newsletter! Instagram for Love to Sew Studio, see lots of things that our students and readers sewed.Follow us on Instagram!



See Our Etsy Shop: Because we can't keep everything we make!


Learn to Sew

Learn to Sew Videos

Privacy Policy

Learn to Make a Raggedy Quilt

Learn to Sew Your Own Clothes


If you are redistributing content or photos from our site for another website or blog you must provide prominent link backs to the source pages used on  If you are using any content or photos from our site to copy, share, or use for any other reason, you need prior permission from the author. Most requests are granted. Thank you.

For further information or questions: Email us @ copyright 2003-2015 All Rights Reserved.