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    Rhonda O
    Wed Jan 26, 2005 8:00 pm
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    I have a Rival 3 1/2 quart! It`s SAFE! I checked!
    I bought it after my Mom passed away in 2001.
    I thought I may use it to make some dishes I could take to my Dad!
    I have used it twice!
    I live on a budget!!!
    I need Good Recipes.
    Something I do not have to experiment with!
    Yes I have posted Crock Pot Recipes that I never made!
    But they sound Good to me.
    And to others!
    My Dad likes Beef and Pork ONLY! no chicken, no fish!
    We on the other hand need recipes that are easy, cheap, and Healthy!
    low salt,
    low sugar,
    low fat,
    My Husband needs to loose weight!
    He has High blood presure and is Diabetic type 2!
    HELP!
    PEACE RHONDA : )
    Shirl (J) 831
    Thu Jan 27, 2005 7:06 am
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    Rhonda I have a good recipe, not sure if it's on here I didn't see it (or missed it) take a cheap cut of steak cut it in cubes place in cup with 1 can ff cream of mushroom soup,1/4 can-1/2 can water and a pkg of dry onion soupd mix. This makes a good gravy too serve it with rice or potatoes. I let it go on low 6-8 hrs. Not expesnive either.
    Rhonda O
    Thu Jan 27, 2005 5:06 pm
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    Thanks so Much!
    That sounds easy.
    And not so expensive.
    I guess I need to browse the Crockpot recipes here at Recipezaar more often.

    Sincerely

    Rhonda O
    Julesong
    Thu Jan 27, 2005 5:57 pm
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    Rhonda O wrote:
    Thanks so Much!
    That sounds easy.
    And not so expensive.
    I guess I need to browse the Crockpot recipes here at Recipezaar more often.

    Sincerely

    Rhonda O


    Hey, Rhonda - check the thread above with all the public cookbooks in it. All crockpot recipes! icon_smile.gif

    Welcome to the forum!
    Rhonda O
    Thu Jan 27, 2005 6:37 pm
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    What thread?
    I have Web Tv!
    Yes I would like to see some CrockPot Recipes!
    Thank You.
    I am not on Recipezaar alot. I do love it!
    But I need all the help I can get!
    Yes I have posted recipes for a few years.
    But the site has changed and I am still learning how to get around!!!
    PEACE RHONDA : ) icon_wink.gif
    ellie_
    Thu Jan 27, 2005 9:09 pm
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    Some of these may work for you:

    Crockpot Ginger Beef Curry by Kharma recipe #54004
    Tex-Mex Pulled Pork (crockpot) by Barb Gertz recipe #102427
    Crockpot Amish Dinner by Mirj recipe #16498
    Crockpot Chorizo Stew by Julesong recipe #102746
    Crockpot Chile Verde Stew (caldillo) by PaulaG recipe #98474
    Rhonda O
    Fri Jan 28, 2005 8:19 pm
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    Thanks so much for the Recipes!
    I saved two of them.
    I am a beginner on Crockpot recipes.
    I need some simple recipes to try.
    Like I said I live on a tight budget!
    And we do not like a dry soup mix!
    I am just leery of the Crockpot!
    I want to be sure the Meat and everything is cooked properly!
    Peggy Lynn
    Sun Jan 30, 2005 11:16 am
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    hi rhonda~long time no see~glad you popped in~i'm having some trouble with viewing individual recipes since the update~since you have webtv~have you had any problems?sorry for the hijack~
    ellie_
    Sun Jan 30, 2005 12:16 pm
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    Rhonda O wrote:
    Thanks so much for the Recipes!
    I saved two of them.
    I am a beginner on Crockpot recipes.
    I need some simple recipes to try.
    Like I said I live on a tight budget!
    And we do not like a dry soup mix!
    I am just leery of the Crockpot!
    I want to be sure the Meat and everything is cooked properly!


    Rhonda, I was leary too, but do to an impossible work schedule last year I started using a crockpot out of desperation and found we really liked it and didn't have problems with most of the things I made in it (but I always use the most time indicated and sometimes add 1/2 hour to it just in case). I've had pretty good luck but usually don't cook chicken in it and when I have I didn't like it, but pork and beef have worked out well for us as well as vegetarian soups. You may like Hot And Spicy Sloppy Joes recipe #55051 - we like thinks spicy but it would be easy to cut down on the spicyness of this very easily.
    Rhonda O
    Sun Jan 30, 2005 5:35 pm
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    Hello Peggy Lynn
    I checked your profile.
    I do remember reading it before. I would love that lifestyle!
    I am guessing that you have Web TV also?
    I have not received an upgrade in several months from Web TV. The last upgrade helped me so much to see Recipezaar again.
    I emailed Web Tv and recipezaar! The problem was with Web Tv we needed that last upgrade!!! I have not had any trouble reading the recipes. But there are so many Adds in the way. It makes it difficult to read them!!!
    I am assuming that Recipezaar must have these Adds to help pay for the web Site to be on the Internet!
    I hope this has helped you!
    I am here to find recipes, get help, and give help if I can.
    And have fun!!!
    I helped another lady. She has Web Tv also. She was having trouble. She is elderly. We emailed each other. But with the last upgrade things are fine for her also.
    Betsy and I still email!
    I do not have the Premium service on Recipezaar. If I had a computer it may be worth it.
    PEACE RHONDA : )
    E.A.
    Mon Jan 31, 2005 7:42 pm
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    Well, this might work.....It's not too expensive and you have lots of leftovers so you have it for lunch and possibly dinner the next day too. We make this regularly. icon_smile.gif

    Debbie's crock-pot chili[recipe=]
    Jewelies
    Mon Jan 31, 2005 10:19 pm
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    Hi
    Here are a few of mine..
    Crockpot Pork and Pineapple Curry
    Crockpot Sausage and Mushroom Bake

    Do you like lamb? Being Australian we love our lamb.
    Crockpot Honeyed Lamb
    Chef #178535 PJ
    Tue Feb 01, 2005 1:44 pm
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    Here's a good recipe thats cheap and easy to make !! It's crock pot beef stew: cut up the potatoes and the carrots and put them in the pot in that order. Then put the meat on top of that and the onions if you use them. Sprinkle some salt (if you want) on top and then about 2 T of flour. Cover it and cook overnight (or 8 hrs) on LOW. It's VERY good this way.
    Rhonda O
    Wed Feb 02, 2005 8:31 pm
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    Thank You All!!!
    Peace Rhonda : )
    Peggy Lynn
    Wed Feb 02, 2005 9:55 pm
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    thanks for your help,Rhonda:)
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