Clementines are a small citrus fruit related to oranges that grow in Spain and north Africa. They are found in Canadian supermarkets in vast quantities during the Christmas season. If you can't get clementines, substitute mandarins.
From the FoodTV.ca website. These are really tasty with some good multigrain bread. I am posting the cooking time and setting as suggested by the recipe's author but let your own slow cooker be your guide. I had to turn mine up to high half way through.
This wonderful bread from Canadian Living magazine is mixed in the food processor. All that you have to do is roll it out, fill, leave it to rise and bake. The food processor does the hard part! Please note that the rising time is included in the cooking time.
I found this little gem in the coupon insert of my Sunday newspaper and it is the best chili I have ever eaten. How spicy it is depends mostly on how hot of a salsa is used. It is also very versatile as it can be made with either beef, pork, chicken or turkey.