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September 30, 2008

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BigSkyMum

You asked about non-cream soup crock-pot recipes. Here are two that I make frequently: Chicken Curry (combine chicken thighs, onions, can of garbanzo beans, several spoonfuls of curry paste, can of chicken broth in the crock-pot, cook on low for 7 hours), serve over rice; and Beef Pot Roast (combine beef chuck or blade roast and 1 jar of chili sauce in crock-pot, cook on low for 7-10 hours), serve over noodles. I have also tried an Italian variant of the Beef Pot Roast where I used a jar of Pepperoncini peppers in place of the chili sauce. That was good, but a little too spicy for the kids.

Tammy

Wow...I didn't know the store would sharpen your knives....in the meat department I would guess.
I will have to check that out!
Thanks for the info~~

Tammy

Hey I just checked in and noticed a CHANGE...it looks awesome!!

Michele

Cocoa powder & red wine? Hmmmmm! I love both of these things.

Anything worth doing is worth doing half-assed right? As we say in our house: "It's the American way".

Love the blog-
Michele over at http://michele-dogslife.blogspot.com

Nora Bee

Seriously? Does Fred Meyer do it?
My knives are in serious blunt-land.

Michelle

I did not know those things, but I have a strange feeling I'm going to remember them...

Tatiana

Wow, I wonder if my grocery store will sharpen my knives. Cause they definitely need it...

Bethany

I haven't tried cocoa powder in my red sauce, but it absolutely doesn't taste right without red wine and a bit of lemon juice (it brightens the flavors the red wine brings out).

Carrie

I also drip one little drip of vanilla into my red sauces as well as red wine. I want to try the lemon and the cocoa as well.

I put a hershey kiss or 2 in my chili, that makes it richer somehow.

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