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  1. #1
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    To All "Crock Jocks"

    I have fond memories of crock food from my childhood...I used one when I was single and made some good stew-like stuff...

    Is a crock any good? Are there things you cook in it that turn out better than conventional cooking? (I remember stuffed peppers being good).

    What do you crock? are you a "Crock Jock"?
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    I make my green chili in mine.

    cut pork roast up into chunks. Flour salt, pepper on chunks. Fry in grease.

    Put chunks in cooker, add garlic, onion, and a couple of pkgs of Hatch Chilis from wallyworrld. Pour in some chicken bullion to cover. Cook all day, then mash it with your tater masher. Season with salt, cumin, etc till it tastes good.
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    Yankee pot roast. It is always a big hit around here in Vermont for some reason.

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    take yer pot roast ..

    2 cans crushed tomata
    spices, onions,potatta, what ever ...

    cook on low 4 - 6 hours

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    Quote Originally Posted by slimwoodie View Post
    take yer pot roast ..

    2 cans crushed tomata
    spices, onions,potatta, what ever ...

    cook on low 4 - 6 hours
    I always cover the meat with 2 table spoons of either lemon joice or vinegar.
    Diffinately potatoes and onions.

    Also things like turnips, carrots, mushrooms. beets, parsnips can be used.

    I like to use K-Pauls Purdone Louisanna Meat Magic. I know on Yankee Pot roast!!!! ????? Ain't America great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by benncool View Post
    I always cover the meat with 2 table spoons of either lemon juice or vinegar.
    Diffinately potatoes and onions.

    Also things like turnips, carrots, mushrooms. beets, parsnips can be used.

    I like to use K-Paul's Purdone Louisianan Meat Magic. I know on Yankee Pot roast!!!! ????? Ain't America great.
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