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TODAY I BOUGHT A CROCK POT

Rosestar

Posted 7:30 pm, 10/22/2015

How about rattlesnake chilli ?

Quackquack

Posted 7:24 pm, 10/22/2015

I have been eating frozen food for the last 6 months and have now decided to start cooking using my crock pot.

Quackquack

Posted 7:22 pm, 10/22/2015

Thanks I will try a pot of chili beans soon.

backwater

Posted 7:20 pm, 10/22/2015

4 hours simmering on low.

Quackquack

Posted 7:17 pm, 10/22/2015

does it take 4 or 8 hours for chili beans?

backwater

Posted 7:14 pm, 10/22/2015

Quack you can also make killer Chili Beans in a Crockpot.

Quackquack

Posted 7:11 pm, 10/22/2015

No wild animals in this crock pot.

Rosestar

Posted 7:10 pm, 10/22/2015

pdtw

Posted 7:09 pm, 10/22/2015

I make my BBQ in the crockpot too. Cook the boston butt in 1 cup of vinegar, 1 tblsp. salt & 2 tblsp sugar until you can shred it easily. I don't like any fat in my BBQ so I'm pretty meticulous about getting all the fat off. After shredding meat, put back in crockpot and add at least 1 cup of the broth, 1/2 cup ketchup, texas pete, garlic & red pepper to taste. And about 1 tblsp worchestershire sauce. Let it warm & serve with coleslaw on a bun. It's not too vinegary or too tomatoey. It's about half & half and that's just the way we like it. Good stuff!

I also cook a whole frozen chicken in a crockpot. Make chicken and dumplings, soup, stew beef & potatoes, spaghetti, pintos, roast. You name it and you can cook it in a crockpot!

Quackquack

Posted 7:04 pm, 10/22/2015

I will pass on the groundhog. Thank you.

Rosestar

Posted 7:02 pm, 10/22/2015

backwater

Posted 7:00 pm, 10/22/2015

That BBQ pork is great cooked in a Crockpot Quack.We purchase about 15 lbs and normally make 3 cookings. Enjoy,we also freeze some for later.

myke243

Posted 6:53 pm, 10/22/2015

Quackquack

Posted 5:59 pm, 10/22/2015

Vega, That sounds wonderful and easy.

1goddess

Posted 5:57 pm, 10/22/2015

Now that's some good stuff right there Vega!!!!

Vega

Posted 5:57 pm, 10/22/2015

Boston butt = great pulled pork BBQ. Add a little cider vinegar and a little bottled smoke. Best to brown butt before you put it in crock. Cook on low for about 8 hours, shred with fork. Add eastern style sauce and a little bottled sweet baby James. Serve on buns with slaw. Yum I trim some of the fat before cooking to make it less greasy. Enjoy.

Rosestar

Posted 5:55 pm, 10/22/2015

Some good slow roasted groundhog

Quackquack

Posted 5:23 pm, 10/22/2015

Runkle, How do you make the gravy?

Runkle

Posted 5:22 pm, 10/22/2015

I make country style steak and gravy in a crockpot. Yummy.

Guitar

Posted 4:51 pm, 10/22/2015

Now QQ you have me thinking Country Ham, Home Made Cat heads, with Red Eyed Gravy, eggs and maybe some jellies. Maybe even some Deep Fried chicken and Waffles too.


Beef Stew is always good in a Crock or Deer, that's good.

You could do up some BBQ in your new crock or Home Made Soup!

**** now I am hungry.

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