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Neckbones for the Crock Pot

I made this for my fiancée. It was his favorite dish when we met. I found the original recipe from a book called "The African American Kitchen."

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9hrs 20mins
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  • Add vegetable stock to crock pot.
  • Add thyme, salt, and neck bones.
  • Remove outer layers of onion and discard.
  • Slice onion into quarters and put in crock pot.
  • Cook on low 7-8 hours.
  • (Overnight).
  • Stir occasionally.
  • *To serve with pinto beans.
  • Wash pinto beans and soak over night.
  • Remove neckbones from crock pot.
  • Discard bones.
  • Set aside in medium sauce pot.
  • Remove half the soup from the crock pot and pour over the neckbones.
  • Refrigerate neckbones.
  • Add beans to soup mixture in the crock pot.
  • Cook on low 3-5 hours.
  • This is usually ready when I return home from work.
  • Heat up the neckbones on the stove and serve.
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"I made this for my fiancée. It was his favorite dish when we met. I found the original recipe from a book called "The African American Kitchen.""
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  1. futureronp
    This recipe deserves at least four and a half stars. I tweaked it slightly by adding black beans and pinto beans and used beef neck bones and potatoes. I also used beef broth instead of water. That made it a 5 star dish for me.
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  2. futureronp
    This recipe deserves at least four and a half stars. I tweaked it slightly by adding black beans and pinto beans and used beef neck bones and potatoes. I also used beef broth instead of water. That made it a 5 star dish for me.
    Reply
  3. CurlDiva
    I made this for my fiancée. It was his favorite dish when we met. I found the original recipe from a book called "The African American Kitchen."
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