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    It's April 18th., Your DINNER Is / Was ?

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    dpeugh85
    Thu Apr 18, 2013 9:19 pm
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    I made roasted asparagus, crock pot roast, gravy from the drippings and had crusty "everything" bread with it. Divine.
    My son (16 months) had whole asparagus for the first time tonight and ate the crap out of it. I was so proud!
    mums the word
    Thu Apr 18, 2013 9:35 pm
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    Thu Apr 18, 2013 10:21 pm
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    dpeugh85 wrote:
    I made roasted asparagus, crock pot roast, gravy from the drippings and had crusty "everything" bread with it. Divine.
    My son (16 months) had whole asparagus for the first time tonight and ate the crap out of it. I was so proud!

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    CHRISSYG
    Fri Apr 19, 2013 10:10 am
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    dpeugh85 wrote:
    I made roasted asparagus, crock pot roast, gravy from the drippings and had crusty "everything" bread with it. Divine.
    My son (16 months) had whole asparagus for the first time tonight and ate the crap out of it. I was so proud!


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    Hi there!

    I love it when really little ones like veggies! Gives you hope that they're not going to be picky/fussy eaters when they get bigger and learn the word "no"
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    CHRISSYG
    Fri Apr 19, 2013 10:12 am
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    My crockpot experiment didn't turn out great...

    four hours on low, and then sitting at "keep warm" for the next 6 hours and the cabbage still wasn't soft enough to eat!

    I pulled them out of the crock, put them in a glass baking dish, poured the sauce over top and had to bake them in the oven at 350* for another 35 minutes before they were edible

    next time, if I decide to try this again(all raw stuff) I'll just leave it at low all day till I get home

    (the end result was tasty though)
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