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    truebrit
    Wed Jan 26, 2005 12:39 pm
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    Shirl (J) 831 wrote:
    thanks that may be the one I liked shall check it out. I am not sure there was cheese in it, but this sounds like a keeper too.
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    Shirl,

    If I remember correctly, I don't think the original recipe had shredded cheddar in the ingredients. (I added that.) The 'cheesy' part came from the crushed cheese crackers. When I made it, I added the cheese, to make the cheesy flavor a little more pronounced. (It isn't too strong a taste, though.) icon_biggrin.gif
    Shirl (J) 831
    Wed Jan 26, 2005 1:25 pm
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    oh thank you so much for this I will remember it. Adding the cheese sounds good. Course I would use FF cheese icon_smile.gif
    Shirl (J) 831
    Wed Jan 26, 2005 1:28 pm
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    truebrit,
    i just read your Bio. I am originally from Canada and I noticed on your page you mentioned Flaky bar and Aero. you can get those in Canada that is 100% for sure I used to love those bars. Aero is so simple yet so good. Now they got Aero orange and mint etc.
    Boyz 5
    Wed Jan 26, 2005 2:23 pm
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    I do this one all the time Barbecue Pork Buns recipe #82482
    I think it's excellent!! icon_biggrin.gif
    Unfortunately;though, It did not receive a highly rated review as one chef gave it only 2 * icon_sad.gif .
    However,we love this one and the end result should be pulled pork in a thick and tangy BBQ sauce. I invite y'all to give it a try and let me know what you think icon_wink.gif
    Lvs2Cook
    Thu Jan 27, 2005 7:02 am
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    ellie_
    Thu Jan 27, 2005 9:12 pm
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    Boyz 5 wrote:
    I do this one all the time Barbecue Pork Buns recipe #82482
    I think it's excellent!! icon_biggrin.gif
    Unfortunately;though, It did not receive a highly rated review as one chef gave it only 2 * icon_sad.gif .
    However,we love this one and the end result should be pulled pork in a thick and tangy BBQ sauce. I invite y'all to give it a try and let me know what you think icon_wink.gif


    Sounds good but I was wondering is it supposed to be on high for 8-10 hours?
    CarolineRH
    Fri Jan 28, 2005 2:04 am
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    Responding as to what is almond bark. First of all, it is a candy. It is made of milk or dark chocolate melted with skinned almonds added. Called "bark" because it is rough as a tree bark. Very delicious and my favorite candy, but with DARK chocolate. Hope this helps those from other places to understand.
    keen5
    Fri Jan 28, 2005 3:53 pm
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    Julesong wrote:
    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...


    This is very salty. I made it and the meat is very tender, but I should have added potatoes and carrots to it, so the veggies would soak up the salt. I gave it to my son (a salt lover) and he added the veggies to it and said it was good.
    Denise!
    Sat Jan 29, 2005 1:13 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.


    I love that one as well! This is my favorite --

    Chipotle Roast
    Boyz 5
    Sat Jan 29, 2005 1:48 pm
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    ellie_ wrote:
    Boyz 5 wrote:
    I do this one all the time Barbecue Pork Buns recipe #82482
    I think it's excellent!! icon_biggrin.gif
    Unfortunately;though, It did not receive a highly rated review as one chef gave it only 2 * icon_sad.gif .
    However,we love this one and the end result should be pulled pork in a thick and tangy BBQ sauce. I invite y'all to give it a try and let me know what you think icon_wink.gif


    Sounds good but I was wondering is it supposed to be on high for 8-10 hours?

    Hi,Ellie
    I believe it should be on LOW for 8-10 hours and quite often I find that it is done only after 6 ;however,I think it depends a lot on your crockpot. icon_smile.gif
    Dayle Hodakievic
    Sat Jan 29, 2005 4:12 pm
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    This the the same recipe I use in my pressure cooker. The quantities are all the same but the cooking time is just 40 minutes. The gravy it makes is wonderful! icon_biggrin.gif
    kabu
    Sat Jan 29, 2005 6:37 pm
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    Cooking at the Cottage wrote:
    Julesong wrote:
    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...


    You can find recipes for every one of the mixes her on Zaar - just reduce the salt.
    ~Inez


    Inez, I went looking for those recipes on the site and couldn't find them. I tried "mix" "powder" and "dried" and couldn't come up with anything that looked like it matched the three ingredients. Could you point me out to where to find them?
    Kristen in Chicago
    Sat Jan 29, 2005 6:58 pm
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    kabu wrote:
    Cooking at the Cottage wrote:
    Julesong wrote:
    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...


    You can find recipes for every one of the mixes her on Zaar - just reduce the salt.
    ~Inez


    Inez, I went looking for those recipes on the site and couldn't find them. I tried "mix" "powder" and "dried" and couldn't come up with anything that looked like it matched the three ingredients. Could you point me out to where to find them?


    Here is a link for a dry ranch dressing mix: Recipe # 27560

    Try typing in the actual name of the mix ex. dry italian dressing mix or just Italian dressing mix...
    Fauve
    Sat Jan 29, 2005 7:40 pm
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    Just had a few bowls of this for dinner tonight: Anson County Chicken Stew.
    A great stew to warm your bones on a cold wintry night like this!
    Junebug
    Sun Jan 30, 2005 12:52 am
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    My favorite crockpot recipes are:

    Texas Best Cheese Dip recipe #54845
    Vegetarian Taco Soup recipe #29121
    Turn your crockpot into a smokehouse chicken recipe #96988
    Pinto Beans and Rice in a Crockpot recipe #41246

    Although after as many recipes as I've added from this thread I think my list will be growing much longer!
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