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    Favorite Crockpot Recipe?

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    Soup Fly *
    Thu Jan 20, 2005 8:43 am
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    For every day cooking, I have to go with Sharon's Ono Barbeque Beef by Judy from Hawaii

    Crockpot stuffing(dressing) by Barb Conley was AWESOME for Thanksgiving and Christmas

    And I just cannot say enough about Crockpot Candy by Elizabeth Fullerton yummy.gif !
    Pets'R'us
    Thu Jan 20, 2005 8:49 am
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    This I make all the time....Crockpot Chicken Stock recipe #55282....also use the same recipe for turkey.

    I like the Candy recipe you mention..I am in The Netherlands and not sure what Almond Bark is..can you explain..maybe I can buy something simular here???
    Chef shapeweaver ©
    Thu Jan 20, 2005 9:35 am
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    i've made this several times and have always
    been pleased with the results.
    whole chicken crockpot recipe recipe #33671
    Soup Fly *
    Thu Jan 20, 2005 11:02 am
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    Pets'R'us wrote:
    I like the Candy recipe you mention..I am in The Netherlands and not sure what Almond Bark is..can you explain..maybe I can buy something simular here???


    I believe almond bark is a type of candy coating. ? I'm not entirely sure because I wasn't able to find it. For this recipe, I always just use white chocolate or vanilla-flavored candy coating. Works great!
    Dreamgoddess
    Thu Jan 20, 2005 11:15 am
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    triviakat wrote:
    For every day cooking, I have to go with Sharon's Ono Barbeque Beef by Judy from Hawaii


    I have this cooking in my crockpot right now! This is my first time trying this recipe and so far, it smells really good. Can't wait to try it!
    papergoddess
    Thu Jan 20, 2005 12:18 pm
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    Julesong
    Thu Jan 20, 2005 12:46 pm
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    The recipe I make regularly that works so well, an old standby... icon_smile.gif Sweet and Sour Jelly Meatballs AKA Jelly Meatballs ...or Grapeballs or Those Meatball Things You Make! There are a lot of copies of this old favorite out there, and there's my version. It has a few more ingredients than the usual, but they make these tasty tidbits even more incredibly delicious! If I don't bring these to our gaming sessions, I get glared at. icon_smile.gif

    Other favorites:

    Crockpot Southwestern Style Pumpkin Soup Aka Indian Korma Soup #103950 *drool* SO good!
    Crockpot Mongolian Style Beef #106335 - an experiment that worked really well! icon_smile.gif
    Julesong
    Thu Jan 20, 2005 12:47 pm
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    triviakat wrote:
    For every day cooking, I have to go with Sharon's Ono Barbeque Beef by Judy from Hawaii


    Oooo, and into the cookbook it goes!! icon_smile.gif
    daggersmommy
    Thu Jan 20, 2005 12:51 pm
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    This is my fav so far. Dh goes crazy over it as well. To Die For Crockpot Roast I've just blown the dust off my crockpots and started using them again.
    Julesong
    Thu Jan 20, 2005 12:55 pm
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    daggersmommy wrote:
    This is my fav so far. Dh goes crazy over it as well. To Die For Crockpot Roast I've just blown the dust off my crockpots and started using them again.


    Looking at that and the ingredients, I can practically taste it already. Yum! icon_smile.gif

    I'd like to try to figure it out without using the commercially produced mixes, though. My husband is sensitive to salt, all of those are loaded with it... hmm...
    Judy from Hawaii
    Thu Jan 20, 2005 12:57 pm
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    Dreamgoddess wrote:
    triviakat wrote:
    For every day cooking, I have to go with Sharon's Ono Barbeque Beef by Judy from Hawaii


    I have this cooking in my crockpot right now! This is my first time trying this recipe and so far, it smells really good. Can't wait to try it!


    I popped in to plug that recipe. You can't imagine how suprised & pleased I was to see that it was the first recipe mentioned in the thread!
    Soup Fly *
    Thu Jan 20, 2005 1:17 pm
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    Judy from Hawaii wrote:
    Dreamgoddess wrote:
    triviakat wrote:
    For every day cooking, I have to go with Sharon's Ono Barbeque Beef by Judy from Hawaii


    I have this cooking in my crockpot right now! This is my first time trying this recipe and so far, it smells really good. Can't wait to try it!


    I popped in to plug that recipe. You can't imagine how suprised & pleased I was to see that it was the first recipe mentioned in the thread!


    It's very deserving of the first spot. icon_cool.gif Dreamgoddess, you're going to love it!
    PaulaG
    Thu Jan 20, 2005 3:05 pm
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    This one has been around my house for years...

    Best Barbecue Hickory-smoked Brisket recipe #101245
    Dreamgoddess
    Thu Jan 20, 2005 3:10 pm
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    Quote:
    It's very deserving of the first spot. Dreamgoddess, you're going to love it!



    I've finished shredding it and have the sauce cooking to reduce it. I couldn't resist sampling it after shredding. Absolutely fantastic! I made Simple Marinated Vine Ripened Tomatoes and potato salad to serve with it. The hard part now is waiting until I get back home tonight to be able to eat it! icon_lol.gif
    Ducky
    Thu Jan 20, 2005 4:06 pm
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    Slow-Cooker Beef Short Ribs by MizzNezz is fabulous! It tastes like fall apart brisket. It is so tender and the flavor (lips smacking sound inserted here).
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