One of my favorite holiday traditions is watching How the Grinch Stole Christmas.

“…he even stole the roast beast.”

And seriously, how could he not?! Roast Beast, or as you normal folk may better know it as: Roast Beef, is my favorite meat. It is so tender and succulent… the way it melts in your mouth and pairs with potatoes, carrots, and onions… Oh how I love it!download

Normally when I’m making a roast I have several bottles of seasonings scattered about. This year my holiday roast beast is made simpler – and yes better – with Outer Spice. Instead of five or six bottles of spices I only have one. That one bottle is full of organic spices that take any dish to wow. There is even a no salt option available for those with sodium restrictions. I’m a huge fan of Himalyan Salt and that is what Outer Spice uses. Score!

Outer Spice was founded in 2010 by Ben Stevens. They have four different varieties available:

and you can get them from the Outer Spice website. They also have some mouth-watering recipes you will want to have a look at when you are on their website. To get my super succulent roast beast you can find the recipe below. The secret is the slow roasting process – it truly is to die for! To learn more about Outer Spice be sure to connect with them on their social media channels.

Perfect Roast Beast with Outer Spice
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  • Water
  • 1 roast, size depending on how many you are serving
  • 12 large carrots, sliced
  • 1 large onion, sliced
  • 7 potatoes, peeled and sliced
  • Outer Spice Seasoning, variety depending on preference


Start by preheating your oven to 250F. Fill a roasting pan 1/4 of the way up with water.

Place your roast, fat side down, in the water and surround with sliced onions, carrots, and potatoes.

Sprinkle entire pan generously with Outer Spice seasoning.

Cover with a loosely fitting tin foil tent. Cook the roast for 5 hours at 250F and broil for 5 minutes after to get a crispy top to the vegetables and beef.



282 cal


64 g


8 g
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