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    Karen Bakes
    Sat Sep 12, 2009 6:57 pm
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    CheapThrills
    Wed Sep 16, 2009 7:51 pm
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    Karen Bakes wrote:
    There lots of recipes posted here: http://community.tasteofhome.com/forums/t/176512.aspx?PageIndex=1

    There certainly are! Thanks for sharing. I've made Mirj's slow cooker oatmeal, but am so happy to find a Crockette version. I'm going to have to create a cookbook in my MasterCook just for those.
    Karen Bakes
    Wed Sep 16, 2009 9:11 pm
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    I love my little crock-ette It is getting to that time were I use it more, sliced apples with black cherry soda, little cinnamon and sugar or splenda.
    Chubby Cook
    Wed Nov 04, 2009 12:59 pm
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    I love my (brown) Crockette that I've had for years, but I get frustrated when I see recipes for it that amount to 6 cups of ingredients when the capacity is only 4 cups.

    I use it mostly for making my Steel Cut Oats overnight, but I am trying to use it more for regular meals since I'm cooking for one.
    Nana Lee
    Sun Dec 27, 2009 2:54 pm
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    Missloo12 wrote:
    I just got the 350 recipes for the mini slow cooker book, and it is fantastic. But I have one question... all his recipes are based on his slow cooker that only has one setting. Mine has warm, low, and high. Which of my settings does his one setting translate into? Any ideas?


    What is the capacity of your mini slow cooker? Mine is only 1.5 qts and has only one setting. It is a Rival Crockette.
    Lee
    Nana Lee
    Sun Dec 27, 2009 2:55 pm
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    Chubby Cook wrote:
    I love my (brown) Crockette that I've had for years, but I get frustrated when I see recipes for it that amount to 6 cups of ingredients when the capacity is only 4 cups.

    I use it mostly for making my Steel Cut Oats overnight, but I am trying to use it more for regular meals since I'm cooking for one.


    Just use 2/3 the amt of ingredients. HTH
    Lee
    P.S. What are the measurements you use for your oatmeal?
    Chubby Cook
    Sun Dec 27, 2009 4:29 pm
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    Nana Lee wrote:
    Just use 2/3 the amt of ingredients.

    The "point" being made was that the Crock-etteŽ capacity is 4 cups and does not exist in a 6-cup capacity.

    I've never written down the recipe for Steel Cut Oats in my Crockette but I think it is about 1/2 cup oats to 2 cups water, plus anything else you want to add for flavoring.
    Rainbow - Chef 536866
    Tue May 11, 2010 12:15 am
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    I'm reviewing this thread cuz I've had my 1.5 quart slow cooker now for a few weeks and am looking for new things to do. It uses 90 watts on High.

    My favorite things to cook so far are, 1. baked potatoes, and 2. baked sweet potatoes, and 3. baked apple sauce with cinnamon and raisins.

    I can't remember where I saw a recipe for some kind of roast that looked good,, but tonight I see roast beef. Tell me now,, are there any special things I should know about roasting beef in a crockpot? I know that one has to be very careful about making sure that it hits a high enough temperature.
    Chubby Cook
    Tue May 11, 2010 12:31 am
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    I just put in, add a cut-up potato and other veggies that fit, and maybe a dash or two of Kitchen Bouquet. If its a fatty cut you probably don't need to add any water, otherwise you can toss in a couple Tablespoons. I will provide gravy. It goes 10-12 hours for me.
    Nana Lee
    Tue May 11, 2010 2:00 pm
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    Check this out: http://www.recipezaar.com/cookbook/Lees-Small-Batch--Crockette-Cooking-88073
    It's my small batch/crockette cookbook. Hope it helps.
    Also, at the beginning of my cookbook there are other collections listed. Just about any recipe for 2 could be done in the crockette.
    Lee
    Rainbow - Chef 536866
    Tue May 11, 2010 2:11 pm
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    Thanks! I have, and intend to try the meatloaf and the chicken-in-a-pot. I've got this whole thread tagged as a favorite so I can try the recipes on here.
    Red Apple Guy pointed me to it when I posted that I got a new little slow cooker. He's been very helpful to me here, and when I got my new stovetop pan grill!
    I'm not much on casseroles, but I like to roast and bake. I haven't done much baking and roasting though since the nest emptied, so the little slow cooker does a good job for 2 people.
    I'll be hanging around here a lot!
    LeftoverLinda
    Tue Oct 05, 2010 3:18 pm
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    Thank you so much for this site..I love my crockette icon_lol.gif
    LeftoverLinda
    Tue Oct 05, 2010 3:20 pm
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    icon_lol.gif Thank you so much for this site..I love my crockette and will now be able to use it more.
    Rainbow - Chef 536866
    Tue Oct 05, 2010 3:26 pm
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    hehe Cool! I'm going to make cornbread today with some corn kernels and basil. It came out really good last time.
    Red Apple Guy
    Thu Oct 07, 2010 9:24 pm
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    Sounds good. Yankee cornbread or southern? My son is baking cornbread as I type (Jiffy).
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