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Re: slowcooker/crockpot recipes

Post  alec eiffel on Mon Nov 07, 2011 5:32 am

There's a thread about slowcookers further down this page. There's a link to a slowcooking blog in the first post, the woman used her slowcooker every day for a year. There may be some recipes that would suit you if you take a look there.

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Re: slowcooker/crockpot recipes

Post  PurpleIvy on Mon Nov 07, 2011 5:35 am

Thanks, had a scan, but didn't see it, will look again. I'm hoping for some British recipes, as quite a lot of americans use 'a package of this' or a 'can of that'.

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Post  Bitsy Beans on Mon Nov 07, 2011 7:15 am

PurpleIvy wrote:Thanks, had a scan, but didn't see it, will look again. I'm hoping for some British recipes, as quite a lot of americans use 'a package of this' or a 'can of that'.

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I found this too PI, I bought a lovely book of 300 SC recipes and was quite disappointed about the amount of tinned stuff that was used Sad consequently I've not really used it much Embarassed
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Re: slowcooker/crockpot recipes

Post  alec eiffel on Mon Nov 07, 2011 10:30 pm

I've noticed that too, using tins of soup and ready made sauces etc.

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Re: slowcooker/crockpot recipes

Post  PurpleIvy on Mon Nov 07, 2011 10:43 pm

I love that you don't need to watch the slowcooker. It comes to the boil on its own, doesn't need stirring, doesn't burn and so on. Ace!
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Re: slowcooker/crockpot recipes

Post  alec eiffel on Mon Nov 07, 2011 10:52 pm

That is ideal for me, the downside is when it starts to smell gorgeous and you can't wait to try it, then you remember there's another 3 hours before you can. Laughing

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