Hi I am new to the group but with the colder weather not far away it's time to dig out the Crock Pot and I have a question that really needs to be addressed in my house.
My husband made a chicken recipe that he found on line the other night and it called for a whole chicken cut up, as I was putting it away the meat was falling off of the bones along with the cartilage and skin I picked out as much as I could but I am still finding a lot of it as I am eating it, would boneless chicken have worked just as well?
Wondering what the best brand of 'crock pot' is out there on the market. Mine is now out of commission, I'm lost without it, and I'm looking to buy a new one. Any suggestions, or experience with certain brand names would be so very appreciated! Thank you so much! - Deborah
I have MS so standing for a long time to cook isn't a good idea, so crock pot cooking is great for me, I also collect cookbooks and got my daughter collecting too. If anyone has some good recipes i'd love to see them..Catherine
I fix meals for just me now and gave my daughter my large crockpot for her growing family. Does anyone have recommendations concerning what size crock pot I should get for me - one that can still do a pot roast or soups?
I just wanted to bring your attention to a couple of great Crock Pot recipes both of which are very easy to fix and delicious to eat. “Hawaiian Kalua Pork in the Crockpot” will bring a delicious taste of the food of Hawaii. BBQ Country Ribs in the Crock Pot is a super easy recipe for country style beef or pork ribs.