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    Chef1MOM~Connie
    Fri Jun 18, 2010 9:59 am
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    Rainbow - Chef 536866 wrote:
    I hear ya! Thanks for the cookbooks!

    I did pumpkin cornbread with raisins and cinnamon in the crock yesterday and posted the recipe if ya want to check it out. I was looking for another bread to try and am going to check out the baked apple bread!

    [editted to add] I can't access the second cookbook. Is it private?


    Now that sounds great so am going to find it and save for the summer bread recipes and then again for the winter bread recipes. LOL
    bmcnichol
    Wed Jun 23, 2010 1:23 pm
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    Here is a cookbook of my crockpot recipes

    My Crock Pot/Slow Cooker Recipes

    Another cookbook of TNT crockpot recipes

    TNT- Crock Pot Recipes

    Bonnette
    Chef1MOM~Connie
    Sat Jun 26, 2010 8:37 am
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    Rainbow - Chef 536866 wrote:
    I hear ya! Thanks for the cookbooks!

    I did pumpkin cornbread with raisins and cinnamon in the crock yesterday and posted the recipe if ya want to check it out. I was looking for another bread to try and am going to check out the baked apple bread!

    [editted to add] I can't access the second cookbook. Is it private?


    Rainbow- Thank you for letting me know. I just made it public.
    Chef1MOM~Connie
    Mon Jun 28, 2010 1:48 pm
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    bmcnichol wrote:
    Here is a cookbook of my crockpot recipes

    My Crock Pot/Slow Cooker Recipes

    Another cookbook of TNT crockpot recipes

    TNT- Crock Pot Recipes

    Bonnette



    Saved to my favorites. Oh there are some lovlies in there I cannot wait to get my hands on.

    Thanks you.
    bayousong
    Sun Aug 01, 2010 11:18 am
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    Try Broasted New Potatoes for Broasted Potatoes. They are so easy and good. If you read my review, you will see that I sometimes also add carrots and onions. I could not survive without my crockpots.
    Rainbow - Chef 536866
    Sun Aug 01, 2010 12:57 pm
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    I tried to click on the link for Broasted New Potatoes, but the link doesn't work. Want to try it again?

    I'm roasting some broccoli in my slow cooker right now, and have some dressing prepared for it when it's done.

    I did roasted corn yesterday with garlic butter. It was maybe the best I've ever had!
    bayousong
    Sun Aug 01, 2010 1:52 pm
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    Sorry I goofed! Try Broasted New Potatoes. If this doesn't work it is Broasted New Potatoes. No. 165624.
    Rainbow - Chef 536866
    Sun Aug 01, 2010 1:57 pm
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    It still doesn't work. How do you put links up? I used to type each letter into the address line, but now I can copy and paste them in.

    See if this is the one. I can't find the recpe number cuz everything on a recipe page is changed around:

    http://www.food.com/recipe/broasted-new-potatoes-165624

    oh, there - it put the number on the end of the addy

    anyway, I'm looking at the recipe now.

    [editted to add] That looks good! I've done them that way without the dressing, and I'll bet various dressings add a nice flavor. I added it to my cookbook to try. Thanks!
    bayousong
    Sun Aug 01, 2010 2:23 pm
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    I'm glad you found it. I am going to try your method from now on. I don't much care for the new format yet and really dislike the printouts. The print is too small and they use a lot of paper.

    I am going to try the corn in the crockpot. It's too hot now, but I have been baking it in the oven with the following recipe.

    http://www.food.com/recipe/baked-corn-on-the-cob-311314
    Rainbow - Chef 536866
    Sun Aug 01, 2010 2:27 pm
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    That's the great thing about roasting the corn in the slowcooker! It doesn't heat the room up at all! Really! Believe me, it's not too hot now to do it! hehehe How big is your crockpot? and how many people or corncobs are you serving? I have to break mine in half in my 3 quart, but then I can fit 3 ears of corn in it.

    I'm hardly using my stove at all this summer! Just for breakfast in the cool of the early morning.
    bayousong
    Sun Aug 01, 2010 2:53 pm
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    There are just the two of us, but we have lots of friends over and our children and grandchildren visit a lot.

    I have been using crockpots since Rival first introduced them a zillion years ago and have almost every size. I use them a lot and sometimes have several going - one for the main course and one or more for the sides.

    Also, it depends on whether we have company or I want to freeze some for later. For instance if I want to bake a whole frozen (yes frozen) turkey breast, I use my large oval pot and if I want a small breakfast casserole for the two of us, I use a 1 or 1/2 quart pot.
    Rainbow - Chef 536866
    Sun Aug 01, 2010 5:43 pm
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    Well, it sounds like you have all the bases covered!
    Rainbow - Chef 536866
    Sun Aug 01, 2010 6:53 pm
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    Bayousong, I'm just now eating my version of Broasted New Potatoes! Thank you so much for the idea!

    I don't have any new potatoes, so I cubed some potatoes. I put the pieces in the pot and then drizzled some olive oil over it. I took a lot of fresh herbs from my herb garden, sage, rosemary, parsley, thyme, green onion. Then I added a bit of bottled Italian dressing, & tossed it all. Then I turned the pot onto high for 2 hours, and then turned it down to low for 1/2 hour.

    Wow! The potatoes are firm. I guess I could have left them in a bit longer on low, but for salads and things like this it is good to have them firm enough to hold their shape. The flavors are blended without losing their distinction. The olive oil and dressing give a nice base flavor to the potatoes, and then the herbs kind of dance on the tongue. hehe Do I wax poetic? Really, I'm always so amazed at what can be done so simply in a slow cooker!
    bayousong
    Sun Aug 01, 2010 8:12 pm
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    I'm happy to hear that.
    Red Apple Guy
    Mon Aug 02, 2010 1:18 pm
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    I love that potatoes recipe. I used the Italian dry seasoning mix.
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