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Old 07-25-2002, 10:03 AM
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Have you subscribed to lazy gourmets? they send a weekly newsletter with easy crockpot meals.

www.lazygourmets.com

in the green bar there is a button that says subscribe, they also have MANY recipes listed on their site.

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:p That is a good site. I just printed a bunch of breakfast ideas. My kids arent too picky. I like to try different things with them and see how they do.
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Old 07-25-2002, 04:35 PM
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Barbeque Ribs

I don't know if you're still looking for recipes but something I cook in the crockpot is pork ribs. I usually find them on sale for .99/lb and stock up!! I season them with salt, pepper, garlic, whatever spices you might like, put them in the crockpot and add some water in the bottom. I cook them on high for about 5-6 hours. The last 1-2 hours I add barbeque sauce. I also serve them with barbeque sauce. They always come out tender and juicy! This is easy! I am not the greatest cook but I have never ruined them! ;-)

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Bestcee,

That crockpot book sounds wonderful. I'm going to look for it. I work in my yard a lot, and the thought of staying inside playing with food when I could be out doing my gardening just kills me. Besides, it is so nice to come in, clean up, and know the food is all ready to eat.-- Oh joy!
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Got TWO crock pot cookbooks from MIL for Christmas. Think she's trying to tell me something or help me out? HA! I start a new job at the start of next semester, so I'll suppose she's trying to help! dawny
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crockpot website

hello ladies! i was just visiting to see what this was all about and came across this thread. i registered just so i could share my two cents! i found a website called www.justcrockptrecipes.com, which has helped me get lots more use out of my crockpot!

happy cooking!
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Pinkie Winky Hi Everyone!

I love to fix quick meals also. The other day I used my big crock pot, put a big roast in with potatoes and carrots with a little water. Yummmmmmmmmy

Was so fast and had leftovers for hubby and me.

Take care and chat soon.

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Has anyone seen the crockpots with 2 divided sections? I was wondering about them. Couldn't linger too long hubby was along with me and you know MEN can't shop!

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Still looking for crockpot recipes?

I recently bought and USE a cookbook called "Biggest Book of Slow Cooker Recipes" with "Bonus chapters: 5-Ingredient Recipes and One-Dish Dinners".

This is a really good cookbook. I use my crockpot year round now.

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Old 03-05-2003, 05:05 PM
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Here is a crockpot recipe I received from a mailing and my family loves it. It is yummy.

Cream Cheese Crockpot Chicken

4 lb chicken thighs without skin - ready to cook (I'm using boneless boobs)
2 T butter or margarine - melted
1/2 t black pepper
1/2 t salt
1 oz Italian salad dressing mix - low salt if you can find it
1 can condensed cream of chicken soup
8 oz cream cheese - cubed
1/2 c chicken broth
1 lrg onion - chopped
2 T chicken broth - to cook onion
2 clv garlic - minced

Brush chicken with butter and layer in crock pot with dry Italian
seasoning mix sprinkled on each layer. Cover and cook on low for 6-7 hours. About 45 minutes before done, brown the onion in the chicken broth and then add the cream cheese, soup, salt & pepper and remaining chicken broth to the saucepan. Add the minced garlic and stir all ingredients until smooth. Pour sauce mixture over chicken in crockpot and cook an additional 30-45 minutes.
Remove chicken to platter and stir sauce before putting in gravy
bowl. Makes 8 servings.

Jayne

PS Janet, I haven't seen the new divided crockpots. Not sure how versatile they'd be. Is it a large one?
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