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CulinaryJen 08-23-2002 07:21 AM

Any Recipes - Breakfast, Lunch or Dinner
 
Hello!

I have asked this question is a different forum, and now I thought I would try it here!

I am pregnant, due January 6th! I am planning our meals for then! I have no family in my state, but my mother MAY come to help after the baby's born (my stepfather has health problems) and my mother-in-law will come after my mother comes.

I plan on freezing some meals beforehand. IF my mother comes, I thought she could do the same with my favorite meals. And when my mother-in-law comes, she can do the same!

But, I do love to cook! So, depending on how this second child affects our lives, I am interested in using my crock pot more.

Later today, I plan to look more at the discussions in this forum, but if you have any ideas, please suggest them!

Thanks!

Jen

Jenlee 08-23-2002 10:06 AM

I have just started using my cp and I have found some great sites that may help.

www.tastycrockpotrecipes.net
www.southernfood.about.com
www.recipezaar.com
www.justcrockpotrecipes.com
www.crockerykitchen.com

Best of luck.

blondie29697 08-23-2002 10:26 PM

Hi:
I love my crockpot. Here are a few crockpot sites. I like the one on southernfood, although it is not all southernfood. It has over 1,200 recipes for the crockpot appetizers, main dishes, desserts.

Recipe site with over 1,200 crockpot recipes:

http://southernfood.about.com/food/s...ck/blcpidx.htm
http://www.hungrymonster.com/recipe/recipe-search.cfm

http://www.justcrockpotrecipes.com/nomeat/index.shtml

http://recipes.alastra.com/crockpot/default.html

CulinaryJen 08-23-2002 11:06 PM

Hi!

Thanks for the web sites! I have checked them all out and collecting recipes.

I appreciate your help!

Jen::-)::

Robin whittington 08-24-2002 07:37 AM

:daisy: Hi,
First, congratulations!
Now, on to the other stuff. I am a member of something called menu-mailer. Every Wed. in my emails I get a menu for 5 days including a shopping list. One of these is almost always a crock pot recipe. The menus are flexible and fairly healthy. I don't always use every recipe but it's nice to have around. Just a thought.
Robin

amyphoto 08-24-2002 08:39 AM

Jen,
Hi! Congrats! I'm expecting also, my baby is due Nov 26th, and we know we're having another boy! This will also be our second child. This is a great thread, as I am interested in doing the same thing! My mother had suggested when I was pregnant with my 1st child to make up some dinners, and even some cookies, brownies etc. so that after the baby comes when we have company over I would have snacks to offer! Although my 1st baby arrived a month early and I had only went on maternity leave less than a week before he arrived! So I never got around to it!! I'm so glad to be a SAHM now!
So what part of Jersey to do you live in now?! We're in South Jersey, and I have lived here my entire life!

Anyway. . . I will be trying out some of these websites too!:)

triadha 08-24-2002 09:31 AM

Also try lazygourmet.com. Has some great crockpot stuff.

CulinaryJen 08-24-2002 01:17 PM

Amy:

I am near Toms River! Where are you?

Jen

MrsRoseofShara 08-24-2002 05:47 PM

Robin, can you post the URL or email address for this menu-mailer? It sounds very interesting and I'd like to take a look at it. :-)

:cat:

Robin whittington 08-25-2002 12:31 PM

:daisy:
Hi,
I'd be happy to share.
www.menumailer.net should get you all the info you need.
Robin


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