Here in the USA, comfort foods have been loved for centuries....even the early settlers were known to fill a cast iron pot with simple soups and stew meats and cook it over their camp fire as they made their way out west. That was the chow that warmed their soul ...and today's recipe is inspired by just that, except it's much easier! Watch! In a bowl, we stir together some smoky barbecue sauce, a bit of water, a can of French onion soup, a dash, or so of hot sauce, bit of garlic and lots of thinly sliced onions. Give it a stir. We'll pour that over a beef brisket we placed in a roasting pan, with the fat side up, which gives it more flavor as it cooks. Okay, cover it tightly with foil, now we let our oven do all the work, and in 3 or 4 hours when it's really fork tender it's done! A little tip, after it sits for a bit, we place it on a cutting board and slice it across the grain like this - mmm...I wish you could smell this! And if we're making it a day or so before serving, simply put the slices back into the pan with the drippings, cover it, and pop it back in the fridge. And let me assure you, it'll reheat perfectly...maybe even better! And when we serve this topped with the flavor-packed smoky oniony sauce, along with our favorite go-alongs to sop up every last drop of goodness...are we ever in for a treat! Look, the recipe for "Wagon Train Pot Roast" is online now....for a perfect meal to let the gang feel that "welcome home" Nothing's more soothing than the taste of some tried and true comfort food with the taste and sounds of "OOH IT'S SO GOOD!! "