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Thread: Crockpot cooking

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    Quote Originally Posted by KellyPA
    I love my crockpot, but I hate to wash it!!!! It is too big to fit into the sink well and we don't have a dishwasher. So mine does need to be dusted before use. When I do pull it out to use, my mom always comes over because everything always turns out great when it is made in a crockpot!

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    I don't have a dishwasher either, but I have big sinks. Made of CEMENT! UGH! Don't ask how many dishes I have broke so far. Almost dropped the crock in it. I do have 2 dishpans, but the bottom is still hard.

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    Only way I know how to make a roast! And ALWAYS no matter what the cut it is perfect !!

    Dust?? Dust?? did someone use the D word????

    Ellen

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    http://saksfamily.no-ip.com/crockpot.html

    There are some great dishes on this list for your crockpot

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    Just got a new Crockpot. Time to make my Boston Baked beans again.

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    I am on my third crock pot, having worn out two. This is a great idea I have never tried before. Thanks!

    judee

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    Love my crockpots and pressure cookers............the only way to cook and get quilts made. Big fancy stove and ovens with all kinds of features.....never get used.

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    This is my fourth crockpot. They are the best when you are working. When I retired and moved I gave mine to my Daughters. Now that I am quilting I had to have another one. Best things for potroast. My Pressure cooker is for when I forgot to put something in the crockpot. Can't do without either one. Bill'sBonBon

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    Can't seem to get that saks link to open, says the gateway timed out ???

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3incollege
    I use mine and since I am diabetic , I have a crockpot cookbook It's called "Fix It and Forget for Diabetics."
    More time to sew while dinner is cooking!
    I am a diabetic also take insulin 3 times a day can not keep my sugar down stays between 300-489 daily i been looking for receipeson the internet for crockpot receipes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moonpi
    http://www.50plusfriends.com/cookboo.../index-5b.html

    I forget who originally posted a link to this online cookbook, but everything I've tried so far has been good.
    IT was me i will take the credit for that i forgot about that site Thanks Moonpi

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