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03-10-04, 01:47 AM
:D HI!!!!

Going back to work tomorrow and will be working the graveyard shift. Leaving hubby to take care of homework, bath's and supper. I have a hard time falling asleep after work I need a wind down period and thought I could start supper so Doug only has to serve it.

Anyone have Crock Pot recipes they would like to share? Please, you would be doing a great service to the poor guy and myself.

Thanks and hugs

03-10-04, 02:18 AM
Well I can't tell you how to cook them but I can give you at least one idea of which is red beans and rice and you can add sausage links. Of course, the rice is done separatey.

The beans take awhile too cook though and it is great for left overs as well, especially after the seasonsons settle in.

03-10-04, 12:35 PM

i found it!!! we loved this recipe and it was so dang easy!!! but, we like some pretty strage food combos around this house ... hubby does *not* recommend the mayo,pickle and peanut butter sandwich....

there are a ton of other recipes if you follow the links if you are looking something besides an endorsement. ... :) just don't get lost ;)

p.s. when i do this recipe, i just throw everything *except the cornstarch* in altogether, no dipping the chicken around here. in fact, i skipped the cornstarch step. we were too hungry to wait for a thick sauce...

03-10-04, 12:40 PM

TOn's of recipies here.....What are some of the familys fav. foods???

03-10-04, 12:42 PM

Here's another with southern recipes on the site. :frog:

03-20-04, 06:11 AM
I leave the beans in overnight... ;), it won't hurt them on low heat.

Another good one is chicken legs, or other cuts and a bottle or two of bbq sauce poured over and left to simmer until chicken is fork tender.

You can also do scalloped potatoes in a crock pot.. a layer of sliced potatoes, and ham...a layer of flour ...and repeat at least half way to 3/4 of the way up..then pour in milk until the potatoes are well covered. Add a scoop of margerine/butter ..etc.

Another great meal is to take whichever kind of meat you have available..and add potatoes and mixed veggies. Simmer all day!

Another is brown some gr beef and add Manwich or to make sloppy joe's. Then simmer in crock pot!

Chili also works great in the crockpot.

04-01-04, 02:05 AM
Sorry it has taken me so long to respond to you Futs. Here is a website I use all the time. I'm the Crockpot/slow cooker Queen..LOL

Happy Eating. :D has probably close to 100 Crockpot recipes. Some are more or less the same recipes but with a few variances.

This sight also has bread machine recipes and a bunch of other recipes. I love this website, I can always find what I'm looking for or when I'm stumped on what to make, I always find something good to make.

Hope this helps.