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    I just do basic tough cuts of beef and pork that need the moist heat and long cooking. it always starts the same for me: brown the meat and while that is going, I cut up carrots and celery into pieces big enough to make a raft on the bottom of the pot, add hot water to cover, turn the pot on whatever setting I need then add the browned meat. Half way through I will add potatoes, sometimes rutabaga or parsnip, and then, just before I eat, will nuke some sprouts, peas or something, then have a nice hot meal. Other people will want to add onions and garlic, but I have a problem with them - allergicm can't eat them and certainly cannot handle them raw but I do add herbs to the mix and that is mostly what I have; did find that poultry seasoning goes nicely with pork, not so great with beef. Have also done beef shanks in tinned tomatoes and that, with proper seasoning, is great.
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    DH just made pulled pork BBQ.

    1 pork boneless picnic roast
    Spice rub that you like the looks of. DH uses the dry rub here: http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/a...ipe/index.html

    He adds a dry pepper or a canned chipotle pepper, a liberal glug of wine or apple cider vingegar depending on taste, then cook on low for 6-7 hrs, high 4-5 hrs. Pull apart, then serve with some tangy coleslaw and Sweet Baby Rays BBQ sauce.
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    The mods saved this great thread in the Favorites: Crock Pot Recipes for Nights When You Ride
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    Quote Originally Posted by GypsyQ View Post
    DH just made pulled pork BBQ.

    1 pork boneless picnic roast
    Spice rub that you like the looks of. DH uses the dry rub here: http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/a...ipe/index.html

    He adds a dry pepper or a canned chipotle pepper, a liberal glug of wine or apple cider vingegar depending on taste, then cook on low for 6-7 hrs, high 4-5 hrs. Pull apart, then serve with some tangy coleslaw and Sweet Baby Rays BBQ sauce.
    We do ours almost the same - dry rub (my DSO mixes up an awesome Cajun seasoning) - I sprinkle it on a cookie sheet, roll the meat around in it, and then 4 hours on high. Now the next step I do a little differently...pull the pork, toss it liberally with sauce (Ray's as well ) and then another hour to let the sauce really soak in. Yum!
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    I love this blog! http://www.mommyskitchen.net/p/recipe-index.html Lots of great ideas.

    I've tried many of the recipes, and most of the crock pot recipes. Everything has been quite tasty so far!
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    I love just throwing together whatever I have available and coming up with something new and fun. For instance, yesterday I made what I'm calling Monster Mash (in honor of Halloween hehe). Beef chunks, sweet potato, onion, zucchini, chipotle flavored diced tomatoes, kidney beans and a little green pepper. It was pretty much everything I had that I needed to use up before it went bad, filled the crock pot to the brim, added water, and it came out delicious. Most of my soups/stews happen like that, it's pretty easy and foolproof.

    Also try some beef stroganoff :-) Delicious and minimal ingredients. Allrecipes.com is your best friend :-)
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    Lasagna. Just add the stuff in with dry noodles and cook for four hours.
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