slow cookers

Slow cookers are a blessing in my home. At times, I use two at a time. I am 48 years old mom and wife, take care of my 29 year old autistic son, and study at an university. I don't have time to cook. So in the mornings, I start one slow cooker with whatever meat I'm going to make that

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  1. #1
    islandgirl9559
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    Slow cookers are a blessing in my home. At times, I use two at a

    time. I am 48 years old mom and wife, take care of my 29 year old

    autistic son, and study at an university. I don't have time to cook.

    So in the mornings, I start one slow cooker with whatever meat I'm

    going to make that day and another slow cooker filled with potatoes and

    water. By the end of the day, the house smells as if I've been cooking

    over a hot stove all day. When its dinner time, all I have to do is

    drain the potatoes, mash them, take the meat out of the slow cooker,

    and make a salad. If you haven't purchased a slow cooker, its a great

    investment. If you can, buy two slow cookers. People will think that

    you slaved over a hot stove all day.









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    Dee Bleau
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    I LOVE the potatoes idea. I use my crock pot then make the potatoes on the stove. I have always though it defeats the purpose of using the crock pot. LOL Unless I cook everything together. But somethimes hubby does not like everything cooked together, I will have to get another crock pot. Thanks

    islandgirl9559 <islandgirl9559@yahoo.com> wrote: Slow cookers are a blessing in my home. At times, I use two at a
    time. I am 48 years old mom and wife, take care of my 29 year old
    autistic son, and study at an university. I don't have time to cook.
    So in the mornings, I start one slow cooker with whatever meat I'm
    going to make that day and another slow cooker filled with potatoes and
    water. By the end of the day, the house smells as if I've been cooking
    over a hot stove all day. When its dinner time, all I have to do is
    drain the potatoes, mash them, take the meat out of the slow cooker,
    and make a salad. If you haven't purchased a slow cooker, its a great
    investment. If you can, buy two slow cookers. People will think that
    you slaved over a hot stove all
    day.




    Dee Mom to Kyle 08/11/91 Mom to Stephanie 03/25/97 Wife to Jeff 09/28/02


  3. #3
    Stephanie Dark
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    I love my slow cooker too! I just made a ham & cheese egg scramble in

    my slow cooker the other day!!! Started it before I went to sleep

    then it was ready the next morning for everyone to have for

    breakfast. I am looking for recipes for oatmeal in the slow cooker so

    if you have one please forward. I have also seen recipes for cooking

    quick breads in the slow cooker (slow-cooker-quick-bread; sounds like

    an oxymoron, LOL!!!) which I may try one of these days.



    There are some great slow cooker sites on the web, including one by a

    woman who is blogging her 365 days of slow cooker use (using it for a

    full year) who was profiled on Rachel Ray!



    Thanks,

    Stephanie








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    kayn12@comcast.net
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    -------------- Original message ----------------------

    From: Stephanie Dark <thedarks@astound.net>

    > I love my slow cooker too! I just made a ham & cheese egg scramble in

    > my slow cooker the other day!!! Started it before I went to sleep

    > then it was ready the next morning for everyone to have for

    > breakfast. I am looking for recipes for oatmeal in the slow cooker so

    > if you have one please forward. I have also seen recipes for cooking

    > quick breads in the slow cooker (slow-cooker-quick-bread; sounds like

    > an oxymoron, LOL!!!) which I may try one of these days.

    >

    > There are some great slow cooker sites on the web, including one by a

    > woman who is blogging her 365 days of slow cooker use (using it for a

    > full year) who was profiled on Rachel Ray!

    >

    > Thanks,

    > Stephanie

    >



    stephanie




    I dont cook oatmeal in the slow cooker, I just put oatmeal and water in a bowl

    large enouth for it to boil up then stick it in the frige over night.The next

    morning

    I microwave it. I use old fashion oats. Kay






  5. #5
    moms1944
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    -I really like using the slow cooker for meals at home and taking to

    pot-lucks at church, I also have a 35 year old autistic girl that I

    take care of she can't work although she would like to. Thanks --

    In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, "islandgirl9559" <islandgirl9559@...>

    wrote:

    >

    > Slow cookers are a blessing in my home. At times, I use two at a

    > time. I am 48 years old mom and wife, take care of my 29 year old

    > autistic son, and study at an university. I don't have time to

    cook.

    > So in the mornings, I start one slow cooker with whatever meat I'm

    > going to make that day and another slow cooker filled with

    potatoes and

    > water. By the end of the day, the house smells as if I've been

    cooking

    > over a hot stove all day. When its dinner time, all I have to do

    is

    > drain the potatoes, mash them, take the meat out of the slow

    cooker,

    > and make a salad. If you haven't purchased a slow cooker, its a

    great

    > investment. If you can, buy two slow cookers. People will think

    that

    > you slaved over a hot stove all day.

    >










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    Keith
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    Does anyonbe know the cost per to run a slow cooker,I know the range

    costs about .25 cents an hr to cook something --- In

    Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, "islandgirl9559" <islandgirl9559@...>

    wrote:

    >

    > Slow cookers are a blessing in my home. At times, I use two at a

    > time. I am 48 years old mom and wife, take care of my 29 year old

    > autistic son, and study at an university. I don't have time to

    cook.

    > So in the mornings, I start one slow cooker with whatever meat I'm

    > going to make that day and another slow cooker filled with potatoes

    and

    > water. By the end of the day, the house smells as if I've been

    cooking

    > over a hot stove all day. When its dinner time, all I have to do

    is

    > drain the potatoes, mash them, take the meat out of the slow

    cooker,

    > and make a salad. If you haven't purchased a slow cooker, its a

    great

    > investment. If you can, buy two slow cookers. People will think

    that

    > you slaved over a hot stove all day.

    >










  7. #7
    Sharon Young
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    http://crockpot365.blogspot.com/



    > There are some great slow cooker sites on the web, including one by

    a

    > woman who is blogging her 365 days of slow cooker use (using it for

    a

    > full year) who was profiled on Rachel Ray!










  8. #8
    Dee Bleau
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    No clue. <FONT face="Comic Sans MS" size="3">Sorry!!!!

    Keith <kazz55@yahoo.com> wrote: Does anyonbe know the cost per to run a slow cooker,I know the range
    costs about .25 cents an hr to cook something --- In
    Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, "islandgirl9559" <islandgirl9559@...>
    wrote:
    >
    > Slow cookers are a blessing in my home. At times, I use two at a
    > time. I am 48 years old
    mom and wife, take care of my 29 year old
    > autistic son, and study at an university. I don't have time to
    cook.
    > So in the mornings, I start one slow cooker with whatever meat I'm
    > going to make that day and another slow cooker filled with potatoes
    and
    > water. By the end of the day, the house smells as if I've been
    cooking
    > over a hot stove all day. When its dinner time, all I have to do
    is
    > drain the potatoes, mash them, take the meat out of the slow
    cooker,
    > and make a salad. If you haven't purchased a slow cooker, its a
    great
    > investment. If you can, buy two slow cookers. People will think
    that
    > you slaved over a hot stove all day.
    >





 

 
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