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Slow and Easy Crockpot Cooking

You DO Have Time for Home Cooked Meals

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12/17/2008 12:54:26 PM

MALEFICENT's SparkPage
I've never used one. Now I'm tempted...
10/17/2008 12:02:06 PM

SALTYCHOCOLATE's SparkPage
Interesting informaton. I have a crockpot but I'm leary of leaving it on while I'm not home. I use my crockpot to make split pea soup (yummy). I found it interesting that the veggies should be put at the bottom, I always thought they took less time than meat.
5/25/2008 10:16:32 AM

RAINDROPS8's SparkPage
Funny story here, My son gave me 3 years ago a crock pot, never used it. Until this week, not only you have to leave it alone (and not tasting the food adding calories every time I taste it is delicious when done!) I LOVE IT! I cooked beans this week to follow my diet plan with SP and it works, and the food tastes Soo Yummy !!!!!!!!!!!!!!
5/19/2008 9:28:46 AM

JIBBIE49's SparkPage
Interesting. I've always cooked on the HIGH setting because I don't want to wait the full 8 hours (I'm a SAHM) but didn't think about all the problems with safety at the low setting. Thanks.
4/18/2008 10:50:30 AM

ZUBINF's SparkPage
Would have liked this article to have a link to Spark crockpot recipes!
2/26/2008 9:20:11 AM

PROFSUSAN's SparkPage
This was a good article, but you should probably check the instructions that came with your crock pot before you use some of these tips. Mine says that I should never put the removable crock in the microwave. It also says that meat should be on the bottom and foods that take longer to cook, such as potatoes, should be on the top. I imagine that these vary from model to model of crock pot, so always check the instructions!
1/19/2008 10:49:36 AM

HIMAKITTEN's SparkPage
Found this very informative!

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