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PostPosted: Thu Oct 20, 2005 9:49 pm 
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The crock pot is the most underrated kitchen utensil. Right now the crock pot is making chicken enchilades (even if I don't know how to spell it).

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my grandmom got me and my girlfriend one as a housewarming gift last year. we've yet to use it. :oops:

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It is pretty cool to set your supper to start cooking at 8am.


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It is pretty cool to set your supper to start cooking at 8am.


The chicken enchiladas were prepared last night. This morning the timer was set. In about 2 hours, I will be eating the above chix enchiladas. Best invention ever.

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I have roast cooking in my crock pot right now. I cannot wait to eat dinner. :li: :li:

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wow, weird, my mom has one but just came into my bedroom and said she's going out to buy a new one, the old one is too small for her liking.

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I have roast cooking in my crock pot right now. I cannot wait to eat dinner. :li: :li:


that does it. I have to get one.


oh, I like your latest location, Melissa.

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TwoAlarmFire wrote:
I have roast cooking in my crock pot right now. I cannot wait to eat dinner. :li: :li:


that does it. I have to get one.


oh, I like your latest location, Melissa.

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Yes Jan, you must get one, they are wondeful! It smells so good in here, I want to eat RIGHT NOW.

Thanks. :P It was 50-something-degrees and rainy here the other day. I felt like I was up there.

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Zutballs wrote:
The crock pot is the most underrated kitchen utensil. Right now the crock pot is making chicken enchilades (even if I don't know how to spell it).

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Recipe please? :oops:

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Cal Varnsen wrote:
my grandmom got me and my girlfriend one as a housewarming gift last year. we've yet to use it. :oops:


dude, you guys are missing out, there is much greatness possible with a crock pot

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My mom makes roasts and string beef in it. She tosses in potatoes, and then boils cabbage.
It's our St. Patty's Day dinner.

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good for keeping meatballs and gravy hot for a party.

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little sadie wrote:
Zutballs wrote:
The crock pot is the most underrated kitchen utensil. Right now the crock pot is making chicken enchilades (even if I don't know how to spell it).

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Recipe please? :oops:


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as a foodie, I support this thread....I just bought a new one about 2 weeks ago..got a bigger one than I had before..Big Stainless beast..anyway, if you like beef stew, do it in these..I will pass along a secret about making the stew....Throw whatever you want in the crock as far as incredients are concerned...The trick, however, instead of using water or basic stock to cook it in, use a pot of brewed coffee to cook everything in :shock: ....coffee in a natural tenderizer and does wonders in cooking soups.....

ps....for you coffee haters, you can not taste any coffee after hours of cooking...so just do it


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nothing tops a rotisserie, stick a roast beast in there and have an orgasm

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nothing tops a rotisserie, stick a roast beast in there and have an orgasm

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I use mine often... I love my ronco rotisserie

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the showtime and the crock pot get about equal time in my house. you can't make boiled peanuts in the showtime but you sure as hell can't get a spun chicken that falls off the bone in the crock.

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Cal Varnsen wrote:
my grandmom got me and my girlfriend one as a housewarming gift last year. we've yet to use it. :oops:


Last Christmas my mom got me a set of baking dishes. The box was just opened about a month ago when my mother came over and was looking in my cabinets for something. She looked at me and shook her head then opened them up and washed them and put them away. Like that's going to make me use them. :roll: I suck.

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Schlitz wrote:
Cal Varnsen wrote:
my grandmom got me and my girlfriend one as a housewarming gift last year. we've yet to use it. :oops:


Last Christmas my mom got me a set of baking dishes. The box was just opened about a month ago when my mother came over and was looking in my cabinets for something. She looked at me and shook her head then opened them up and washed them and put them away. Like that's going to make me use them. :roll: I suck.


put them back in the box and next time shes over make sure she sees them in that cabinet.


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Schlitz wrote:
Cal Varnsen wrote:
my grandmom got me and my girlfriend one as a housewarming gift last year. we've yet to use it. :oops:


Last Christmas my mom got me a set of baking dishes. The box was just opened about a month ago when my mother came over and was looking in my cabinets for something. She looked at me and shook her head then opened them up and washed them and put them away. Like that's going to make me use them. :roll: I suck.


What's that got to do with cooking? :naughty:

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