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    25 Slow-Cooker Recipes That Arenít Soup or Stew

    http://www.msn.com/en-us/foodanddrin...tew/ss-AAgxM4E

    Just to back-up where the OP may take you ...
    49 Slow Cooker Recipes So Dinner's Always Ready By the Time You Get Home

    http://www.msn.com/en-us/foodanddrin...ome/ss-BBrlbSc
    Last edited by G David Bock; 05 Apr 16, 00:26.
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    Time of year these come into more use ...
    12 Things You Need To Beware of While Slow Cooking With Crock Pot
    http://www.dailycrock.com/12-things-...-US+-+Homepage
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    • #3
      Mmmm been slow cooking some turkey chili for the past four hours. Going to have to do some quality control and take a sample, make sure its spicy enough

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      • #4
        Originally posted by OttoHarkaman View Post
        Mmmm been slow cooking some turkey chili for the past four hours. Going to have to do some quality control and take a sample, make sure its spicy enough
        Be careful not to make it too hot I put 6 jalapeno peppers in my last batch I like things hot but this batch could burn a hole in my stomach...
        I miss Summer & BBQ Season my self I'm working on a BBQ Shelter & BBQ Cart using free pallets & Free Granite. I got some good ideas from the internet..
        https://www.pinterest.ca/charleybrownuk/bbq-shelter/
        We changed the the basic idea by adding drop down screen windows on the sides to allow air flow and yet keep the wind & rain out to help extend the BBQ Season and allow us to cook outside when the weather is less than perfect.
        A pallet buster is another do it your self part to this project from which you also gain free fire wood from local industry in town without having to buy firewood.

        Cheers, Patrick

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        • #5
          Sorry Pat just saw your post. I am not a BBQ person but people love it here sounds like a good setup you have there!

          I just made some awesome spaghetti sauce, threw some spicy italian sausage in the slow cooker with a basket of chopped bella mushrooms added some virgin olive oil to keep it moist. When cooked and juicy added some basil tomato sauce and served over Penne pasta. Enhanced with a couple glasses of delicious dry Spanish Red wine.

          Cheers to you, Otto

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          • #6
            Originally posted by OttoHarkaman View Post
            Sorry Pat just saw your post. I am not a BBQ person but people love it here sounds like a good setup you have there!

            I just made some awesome spaghetti sauce, threw some spicy italian sausage in the slow cooker with a basket of chopped bella mushrooms added some virgin olive oil to keep it moist. When cooked and juicy added some basil tomato sauce and served over Penne pasta. Enhanced with a couple glasses of delicious dry Spanish Red wine.

            Cheers to you, Otto
            Thanks Otto.
            I think that my mistake was throwing in the jalapenos with the seeds which cooked all night.
            I've been making stuff out of used pallets in my work shop with dad some are made of hard woods like oak, maple, walnut etc. I just have to make sure all the nails are out before running them through the planner mill.
            The rest I just burn including any mistakes along the way.
            The safest and best wood is from Canada & USA as they do not use Methyl Bromide to treat pallets.
            I also watch for spills from unsafe chemicals if you can not identify it don't use it is what they say.
            World wide pallets are marked to identify the country of origin, treatment process etc. http://www.canadianpallets.com/
            http://www.canadianpallets.com/en/about-pallets.aspx
            http://www.Canadianpallets.com/en/li...try-codes.aspx
            I don't know how many do this kind of Carpentry/ Cabinet Making hobby work here but it kind of helps to kill some time in the winter.
            I usually use the Slow Cooker during the winter too because it's a good way to cook a healthy hot meal in one Crock Pot.
            Cheers, Patrick

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            • #7
              Sauteed some shrimp in the slow cooker with fresh garlic, cajun spices, red pepper flaks and some fresh parsley. Going to put it on some Jasmine rice. Have some fattori runcaris soave 2015 to pair with it.

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              • #8
                I'm a vegetarian but my slow cooker 'veggie sausage' casserole is loved by all the carnivores in my world.



                Dice a couple of white onions, a couple of stalks of celery and a few cloves of garlic.

                Sautee in olive oil in the bottom of the slow cooker. Get a pack of good quality veggie sausages (I can see all you beefy blokes throwing your hands up in horror at that, but trust me .. this tastes delicious) and cut into one inch chunks and add to bottom of crock pot.

                Add two tins of mushy peas, a diced red pepper and some baby new potatoes and a can of drained kidney beans ... along with a pint of veggie stock, two tablespoons of tomato puree, a bay leaf and pinch of fresh herbs along with salt and pepper.

                Leave it to stew all day in the slow cooker and eat when you come home from work along with crusty fresh bread and butter and a glass of red wine or your favourite beer.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by SmackUm View Post
                  Thanks Otto.
                  I think that my mistake was throwing in the jalapenos with the seeds which cooked all night.
                  I've been making stuff out of used pallets in my work shop with dad some are made of hard woods like oak, maple, walnut etc. I just have to make sure all the nails are out before running them through the planner mill.
                  The rest I just burn including any mistakes along the way.
                  The safest and best wood is from Canada & USA as they do not use Methyl Bromide to treat pallets.
                  I also watch for spills from unsafe chemicals if you can not identify it don't use it is what they say.
                  World wide pallets are marked to identify the country of origin, treatment process etc. http://www.canadianpallets.com/
                  http://www.canadianpallets.com/en/about-pallets.aspx
                  http://www.Canadianpallets.com/en/li...try-codes.aspx
                  I don't know how many do this kind of Carpentry/ Cabinet Making hobby work here but it kind of helps to kill some time in the winter.
                  I usually use the Slow Cooker during the winter too because it's a good way to cook a healthy hot meal in one Crock Pot.
                  Cheers, Patrick
                  I started a furniture company that utilized 80% recycled pallets, got a waste reduction grant, ran it up and sold it.
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Bwaha View Post
                    I started a furniture company that utilized 80% recycled pallets, got a waste reduction grant, ran it up and sold it.
                    Cool... I'm just getting over the flu and hurt back shoveling snow. I usually take a soak in epsom salt, sea salt, baking powder & ginger when my back is killing me. I put way too much ginger in the tub this time and my balls were on fire.. Made me forgot all about the back ache though...

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                    • #11
                      Cooking some Chicken Cacciatore in the slow cooker tonight, going to put it on some basmati rice. Looking in the fridge only beer, so Heineken it shall be. Going to watch the opening ceremony for the 2018 Olympics at 8pm EST.



                      Oh, there was a Peroni hiding behind the other beers

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                      • #12
                        Got the cooker going tonight, slow cooked a couple chicken breasts with sea salt and ground pepper for an hour then added some diced green pepper and onion after a half hour added this awesome Jafrezi sauce; Indian inspired simmer sauce, curry, smoked paprika, ginger and coconut creme.

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                        • #13
                          Beer Braised Pot Roast

                          I've made this several times. The meat will be so tender after sitting in the crock pot for 8 hours that it will fall apart when you try to remove it. Each time I've used a different beer and it definitely affects the end results taste wise.

                          http://www.myrecipes.com/recipe/beer-braised-pot-roast

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Tuck's Luck View Post
                            I'm a vegetarian but my slow cooker 'veggie sausage' casserole is loved by all the carnivores in my world.



                            Dice a couple of white onions, a couple of stalks of celery and a few cloves of garlic.

                            Sautee in olive oil in the bottom of the slow cooker. Get a pack of good quality veggie sausages (I can see all you beefy blokes throwing your hands up in horror at that, but trust me .. this tastes delicious) and cut into one inch chunks and add to bottom of crock pot.

                            Add two tins of mushy peas, a diced red pepper and some baby new potatoes and a can of drained kidney beans ... along with a pint of veggie stock, two tablespoons of tomato puree, a bay leaf and pinch of fresh herbs along with salt and pepper.

                            Leave it to stew all day in the slow cooker and eat when you come home from work along with crusty fresh bread and butter and a glass of red wine or your favourite beer.

                            Veggie sausage I would be willing to try, even though I consider that an oxymoron. But mushy peas?

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by phil74501 View Post
                              Veggie sausage I would be willing to try, even though I consider that an oxymoron. But mushy peas?
                              You probably just never had good mushy peas!

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