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  1. #14
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    Take a whole chicken and rub it down with your favorite rub. Top the chicken with sections of a peeled orange. Then with some peeled potatoes, carrots or any root veggy. Maybe some boiling onions. Make a gravy out of the juices.

    That's New England cooking. Nothing to it and everyone will think you are a great chef.

  2. #15
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    I love to do this Irish Stew.
    http://www.recipesource.com/main-dis...7/rec0733.html

    Pea and ham soup is awsome as well, especially at this time of year. I also have a recipe for curried mushroom barley and lentil soup somewhere and that is also great for something with no meat.
    "Who am I? I'm the unsilent majority big mouth!" - (Paulie in Rocky 4)

  3. #16
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    Pork and kraut. Got it all ready to just pull pot out of fridge and plug in slow cooker in the morning.

    Drain 1 bag sauer kraut and put some in the bottom of pot.
    Cut 4-5 western style pork ribs into 4 and the cover with reaming sauerkraut.
    Cook on low for 6-8 hrs.

    Pork just falls apart and mixes with the kraut.

    Delicious serve with mashed potatoes

  4. #17
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    I had a recipe for Steel Cut Oats, Apples, Raisins and Walnuts. I can't find the Crock liners and you don't want to make-it without them.

  5. #18
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    Quote Originally Posted by sinsee View Post
    Pork and kraut. Got it all ready to just pull pot out of fridge and plug in slow cooker in the morning.

    Drain 1 bag sauer kraut and put some in the bottom of pot.
    Cut 4-5 western style pork ribs into 4 and the cover with reaming sauerkraut.
    Cook on low for 6-8 hrs.

    Pork just falls apart and mixes with the kraut.

    Delicious serve with mashed potatoes
    trying that today..threw in some caraway seeds also...smells awesome.

  6. #19
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    Quote Originally Posted by yellowirenut View Post
    trying that today..threw in some caraway seeds also...smells awesome.
    How did it turn out for ya?

  7. #20
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    its wonderful, I had the leftovers for supper tonight.

  8. #21
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    Quote Originally Posted by sinsee View Post
    Pork and kraut. Got it all ready to just pull pot out of fridge and plug in slow cooker in the morning.

    Drain 1 bag sauer kraut and put some in the bottom of pot.
    Cut 4-5 western style pork ribs into 4 and the cover with reaming sauerkraut.
    Cook on low for 6-8 hrs.

    Pork just falls apart and mixes with the kraut.

    Delicious serve with mashed potatoes
    That sounds good. Will have to try it. I'm not really big on pork, I wonder if beef will work just as well.

  9. #22
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    ncboston, all you can do is give it a try. Let us know what you think. Personally, I have never tried beef with sauerkraut. Has always been either pork or hot dogs.

  10. #23
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    Quote Originally Posted by A/C guy's chick View Post
    I like pork loin rubbed with taco seasonings. Wrap the loin in foil, then put it in the crock and add just a small amount of water for steam. 6-8 hours. Have flour tortillas and fixings you like on the side when pork is done. I like just onions, my homemade salsa and fresh cilantro. Be creative for your crock can cook alot of good meals!
    tried that today EXCELLENT! I made Spanish rice to go into the tortillas with the pork.

  11. #24
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    I make beef roast in the crock, along with all the normal stuff ( beef or chicken chili, soups, etc )

    I take a big chunk of rib roast covered in rosemary and salt, put a bit of water in the bottom with a bit of worchester sauce lots of potatoes, carrots, onions, radish and celery and roast it on low all day long. the more fat the better it will come out.

    I also make bean soup with randal's mixed beans (50 oz of beans) carrots, celery and onions, a little brown sugar, black pepper, seasoning salt and worchester and a hearty helping of turkey ham or venison cubed in, again cook it all day.

  12. #25
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    love my crock pot !! I use to make a sliced beef tenderloin (cheap cut will do) with potatoes, sliced onions with beef broth ( can works or a package of any beef gravy mix but put more water than it requires ). Cook for 3 to 6 hours on low depending on the cut of meat Serve this over rice or noodles. I make homemade noodles..Yummy
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  13. #26
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    Beef and Bean chili.
    Carne Adovada.

    Those are my two favorites.
    Mark

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