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    Default What is your favorite thing to cook in your Crock pot?

    Seems like I've been using my crock pot a lot lately.
    I've cooked red beans & sausage, chilli, cherry cobbler and roast with potatoes & carrots in the last couple of weeks in it.

    What's your favorite thing to cook in yours?

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    I make a lot of BBQ pork and chicken. Sometimes pork tenderloin with cream soups. Roasts with veggies. Beef stew and soups. I have yet to try a dessert, haven't really found one yet that I'm just dying to try. I love my crock pot! That and the microwave are about the only thing I use any more.

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    whole chickens.... yummmy

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    black bean soup

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    Beans, any kind of beans. A whole crock pot-full cooks up cheaply and easily and means there are delicious beans available (I freeze them in dinner-size portions) any time I want them.

    Kara

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    First, probably any kind of soup..........then I really like that I can buy cheaper cuts of meat and it does WONDERS for them.

    Just love the fact that I can toss things in, walk away, come
    back hours later and the food is ready to eat.

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    I have 2 fav's:
    Just a plain pot roast add sliced fresh mushrooms & cover all with garlic powder & dry brown gravy mix, no water and cook for 6-8 hours.
    Next is Corned beef, recipe I make is on here somewhere...no fuss and comes out perfect.




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    My favorite meal to cook in the crockpot is pork roast and orange marmalade, which I then shred and serve on warm corn tortillas with shredded lettuce, feta cheese and dollop of guacamole and/or sour cream. Leftover pork goes in tamale pie or pork fried rice.

    My sister's favorite in the CP is cream corn with tablespoon sugar and cream cheese.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OOwl View Post
    My favorite meal to cook in the crockpot is pork roast and orange marmalade, which I then shred and serve on warm corn tortillas with shredded lettuce, feta cheese and dollop of guacamole and/or sour cream. Leftover pork goes in tamale pie or pork fried rice.

    My sister's favorite in the CP is cream corn with tablespoon sugar and cream cheese.
    yum, that sounds good. i'll have to try the pork with the marmalade. i have one thawing right now and was wanting to try something different.

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    stew and the rotissierre chix.....

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    My fave is chicken cacciatore. Onions, mushrooms, chicken breasts, and a spicy tomato sauce. Served over pasta. My family loves it!

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    Soup, soup, and more soup!

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    beef stew, meatloaf, cheesy corn

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ceashels View Post
    beef stew, meatloaf, cheesy corn
    would you share your recipe for cheesy corn Ceashels? my kids love anything with cheese thanks

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    beef curry

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