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    Crockpot Cooking

    Slow Cooked Corned Beef and Cabbage by Marie Photo courtesy of Paula G
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    I need to start getting the freezer ready for summer harvest and figured let's do a quick and fast dinner for later when we are relaxing. I pulled out frozen chicken legs and played a bit with some spices not used together before. I was unsure of the combo of lemon and worschestire but am really trying to mix things up some. This is sooooo simple and economical. Can be increased for family size meal. Served with fresh corn on the cob and beans from the garden.

    Recipe #317830

    This is an incredibly easy Crock-Pot recipe that's loaded with flavor. Super tender and moist. Perfect for those days you don't want to mess with dinner.

    Recipe #317152

    Easy, filling, low fat and low calorie! What more could you ask of a recipe? Adjust the spice factor according to your family's likes by omitting the chiles (in tomato mixture) or adding some chopped jalapenos.

    Recipe #287061

    Borrowed from "susan". The prep time and such are estimates. You can cook it longer than the directions specify, but it will likely fall apart as you're trying to take it out of the crock pot.

    Recipe #275225

    This is a family favorite that I adapted from Taste of Home Ground Beef Cookbook. I keep cooked ground beef in my freezer, so this is easy to put together in the morning before going out the door.

    Recipe #274544

    This is one of our favorite pot roast recipes! I serve it over egg noodles. I found this recipe in Southern Living February 2005 issue.

    Recipe #269329

    Three ingredients + almost zero prep + your trusty slow cooker = *RGF*. (Really Good Food.) While there's a tiny kick from the peppers, it's not the eye-watering kind of heat I tend to fear. I got this from allrecipes.com where the author suggests serving the meat and peppers on toasted hoagie rolls with provolone or mozzarella and your choice of condiments. If using cheese, (which would help temper any heat from the peppers), top the roll with the meat, then cheese and zap it in the microwave for a few seconds or, better yet, under the broiler, particularly if you're toasting your rolls there. You could also slap a serving on tortillas with appropriate condiments. (Damn, I'm getting hungry.) Some reviewers add broth and onions to the crock pot, but it really doesn't need it. Let your taste buds be your guide! *** UPDATE *** The other night I mixed some shredded Monterey Jack and this lovely seriously aged Dutch Unie Kaas Robusto, broiled it on the top half of a sesame seed bun until melted, then slapped that puppy on the meat-topped lower half of the bun. I also experimented with a little Cattlemen's (Smokehouse) bbq sauce. And in addition to the slices of garlic inserted into the meat, I put 1/2 of a head of garlic in one of those little drawstring bags and plopped that puppy in the crockpot to cook with the rest of the ingredients. Yum!

    Recipe #265535

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    I have made this recipe out of my crock pot book many times, "Rival Crock Pot, Slow cooker Favoites". My husband says it's his favorite.

    Recipe #258462

    Simple, easy and so delicious, pork just pulls apart. You must serve over mashed potatoes--to die for!! Makes a lot of gravy, save leftover gravy--can be used over chicken the next day! Must be served with mashed potatoes--so good! NOTE: Marinate may be hard to find now--If you can not locate the marinade mix, you can order online at: www.yourfoodstore.com---so worth it!

    Recipe #235927

    Savory blend of herbs and spices make this roast delicious.

    Recipe #225671

    This is my first roast in a crock pot, I didn't get to try this as I don't eat red meat but the family enjoyed the beef and so did our dinner guest. I served it with Recipe #192237 and steam broccoli.

    Recipe #217465

    Mmmm. moist and delicious stuffing. Of all the recipes I have tried, this is the only one which tastes like it came right out of the bird. As our family are big stuffing eaters, I always make this recipe then mix it with the stuffing from the bird for serving.

    Recipe #200799

    The ultimate comfort food. Serve with mashed potatoes to soak up the ambrosial sauce.

    Recipe #188853

    Yes, I know, lots of pot roast recipes here, but I tell you this is my all time favorite. Even better then the ones that you dump all of the pre packaged gravy mixes and salad dressings in the pot. Homemade, just like a good mid-western mom meant it to be!

    Recipe #160202

    We have this on a regular basis because the local grocery often run sales on pork. Takes about 15 minutes in the morning and dinner is ready when you get home. House smells good when you walk in too!

    Recipe #156311

    Chicken with swiss cheese slices and Turkey bacon.

    Recipe #141154

    This is a amazing dish. It's easy & a real crowd pleaser. I bring it in my crockpot to all kinds of picnics and get rave reviews. I never really liked pork until I made this for my hubby who loves pork. Now I can't get enough. I use my own barbque recipie, it's posted, try it.

    Recipe #132604

    This is very simple to make, but very flavorful with a Tex-Mex flair. Great to take to potlucks along with a bag of nacho cheese tortilla chips...

    Recipe #128394

    Last year I posted this recipe from another Weight Watchers member at a meeting. With the helpful comments from other 'Zaar' members, I made some adjustments. If you like cabbage rolls but not the work of making them, this is a perfect recipe for you. There is a similar recipe posted on the 'Zaar', but this one has a few differences and is worth the try.

    Recipe #115063

    I almost didn't want to share this ribs recipe because this is one of the dishes that I make that keep my sons coming back home! These can be done with baby back or regular pork ribs. I have also made split chickens this way. The ribs are tender, moist and just slide off of the bone. I know that your family will love them just as much as my family does. I noticed that some are unable to find hickory smoked salt. You can use smoked paprika or just brush the ribs with liquid smoke before applying the rub. The smoke flavor is nice because it helps give the ribs a cooked-on-the-grill flavor. Also, the easiest way to remove the membrane is to work a spoon, or I use the tips of my kitchen shears, into the bottom center of the membrane, work it back and forth to form a "pocket," then I slide my thumbs in and work the membrane off from the center outward to the ends.

    Recipe #107786

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