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Thread: snow is coming what's in the crock pot

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    butter chicken with brown rice, salad and a glass of wine..

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    Ham and beans...with cheesy cornbread for dipping.....yum, yum!

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    I am just thinking what I might cook! and then I found your post lol...pellets and the snowblower have to come out and in tomarrow. Stay Safe!!

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    Pot roast, potatoes, carrots, onions, green peppers, one meal, then stew

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    I put chili in the pot today although we are a long way from snow it is cooler than we have had in a long while, we even got some rain yesterday.

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    Swiss Chicken:

    I take boneless chicken thighs, with Swiss cheese slices laid on top, a little white wine mixed with a can of cream of chicken soup poured over...then use 3 cups of stuffing crumbs dotted with some butter, crock on low for 6 hours.

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    Yum!

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    That sounds so good.

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    [quote=rushdoggie]Swiss Chicken:

    I take boneless chicken thighs, with Swiss cheese slices laid on top, a little white wine mixed with a can of cream of chicken soup poured over...then use 3 cups of stuffing crumbs dotted with some butter, crock on low for 6 hours.[/quote
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    So...what time is dinner Rushdoggie?...hehe sounds killer good!

    I made smoked ham hocked in pinto beans, with fresh bread. It was rib stickin' good if i do say so!!!

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    Chicken Tortilla Soup

    4 chicken breast halves or 6-7 boneless thighs
    2 15-oz. cans black beans, slightly drained
    1 15-oz. can kidney beans, slightly drained
    1 15-oz cans stewed tomatoes or stewed tomatoes with green chilies
    1 cup salsa
    4 oz can chopped green chilies (I leave this out if I use tomatoes with chilies
    1 4.5 oz can tomato sauce
    tortilla chips
    grated cheese
    Sour cream

    Combine all ingredients except for chips and cheese in a large crockpot.
    Cover and cook on low for 8 hours, or on high for 4 hours. Just before
    serving, remove chicken and shred into bite-sized pieces. Stir chicken
    back into soup. To serve, put a handful of chips in a bowl, add soup, top
    with cheese and spoonful of sour cream.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Highmtn

    So...what time is dinner Rushdoggie?...hehe sounds killer good!
    Its yummy, I make green beans as a side and the chickeny cheesy sauce get all over everything...

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    Potato soup. Love these ideas too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tatavw01
    butter chicken with brown rice, salad and a glass of wine..
    I'm having the glass of wine first...(Life is short...lol), then throwing everything into the CrockPot for vegetable beef soup and eating fresh Italian bread to go with it...and then another glass of wine...lol...Naomi

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    Hadn't thought much about it but I'm glad you are on the ball with some very tasty sounding ideas.

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    Have to chime in and say on Tuesday our high temp was 84. Then overnight Wednesday and for most of the day on Thursday, we got over 4 inches of snow, and highs in the 30's! We are to be back in the 70's today...LOL...the saying around here is If you don't like the weather, stick around, because it can and does change within hours!". I have lived here my whole life, and it is so true! As far as food, we had a brisket, and the next day we made bbq sandwiches with the leftovers...other snowy weather favorites are homemade chili and cornbread, and beans and cornbread...I also love to bake homemade bread...
    PS Will have to try your recipe, rushdoggie...

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    A huge pork roast with onions and apples.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wattse2000
    Potato soup. Love these ideas too!
    A few years back I found a potato soup recipe that I decided I'd try. It called for a bit of cheddar cheese. But I had plenty of cheese so I added bunches. It was delish! But has to be called cheese soup with potatoes instead of just potato soup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fishhavengirl
    Ham and beans...with cheesy cornbread for dipping.....yum, yum!
    Im HEADED TO YOUR HOUSE...be there in ten minutes

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    Chili, roast chicken, chicken n dumplings, stew, roast. All kinds of stuff! No salad in my CP tho!!! Lol

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    Cheesy chicken corn chowder and cornbread!

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    Chicken and Rice yum yum.

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    Chili for me. Ymmmmm!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fishhavengirl
    Ham and beans...with cheesy cornbread for dipping.....yum, yum!
    Yum yum Yum lol

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    DH requested bean soup.

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