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A Year of Slow Cooking

A Year of Slow Cooking
I'd like to preface this post with the following disclaimer: I love my family. This is just a story. Let's just say that your husband coaches soccer for 10 twelve-year-old girls. And let's just say that due to some rather inclement weather, soccer practice has been cancelled and awful lot lately. And let's just say that somehow your house has been offered up to have soccer "practice" -- which really means that 10 hungry twelve-year-olds are going to be in your home between the hours of 4:30 and 6pm.

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Vintage Recipe: Warm Fudgy Pudding Cake Recipes from The Kitchn This is not the demure individually-portioned dessert served in restaurants with white tablecloths. No, ma'am. According to my mother, my grandma would make this for the kids when a special treat was merited. This messy, sticky, cocoa-rich affair is more like a self-saucing brownie than anything else. Freezer Friendly/Make Ahead julie said... 1 Have been planning to make a freezer full of oven meals for my grandparents and came across your blog. Thanks! I have a quick question-I want to make these in foil pans so it will be easy for them to pop into the oven.

Cold Sandwich Recipes and Sandwich Spread Recipes A collection of recipes for a large variety of cold sandwiches and sandwich spreads. These sandwiches and spreads are ideal for everyday meals, parties, potlucks, picnics, special occasions and the holidays. | Page 1 | Ultimate BLT Two-Ingredient Pumpkin Cake with Apple Cider Glaze This Two-Ingredient Pumpkin Cake with Apple Cider Glaze will have your family and friends up in arms and begging for seconds. Maybe you should make two. Just a suggestion. If you are an elitist foodie, I don't know what to tell you other than to check your 'tude at the door. We're going simpleton today...but nothing less than excellent. Save your hate mail for some other food blogger; I really don't care that you would never subject yourself to a boxed cake mix.

The Best Whole Chicken in a Crock Pot By Lisa, on February 25th, 2011 I’ve tried a ridiculous amount of crock pot recipes, and this is by far the best (and easiest) way to slow cook a whole chicken until it is falling-off-the bone delicious. And if you have a well-stocked spice cabinet you’ll hardly have to buy anything to make this dish. Once the chicken is done it is flavorful enough to eat by itself, or you can incorporate it into another dish like pasta, chicken salad, or a casserole. We use a very basic crock pot that can purchased on Amazon for about $25. World's best breakfasts Food & Drinks Curious what other people have for breakfast? Here is a top 50 best breakfasts from all over the world. Check this website for all recipes. English breakfast: Iranian breakfast: Soy Balsamic Slow Cooker Chicken - Home - Kiss My Whisk I know I have said this before, but it honestly always takes me 2 tries and a Google search to spell balsamic correctly. Okay now that I have that off my chest we can move on. In preparation of our anniversary in a few weeks, we transported the top tier of our wedding cake from my parents freezer to our freezer this weekend. It's in a huge box, so this meant that I had to clear out a shelf of my jam packed freezer. So I thawed a lot of chicken, and decided I would figure out something to do with it in the slow cooker. This morning I woke up, realized I thawed 3 packages of chicken and needed to throw together something in the slow cooker before heading to work.

60 Cheap, Healthy Marinades The New York heat wave finally broke last night. Hot’s hot the world over, but if you’ve ever waited 20 minutes on a stinky 110°F subway platform, you know Big Apple summers are a special kind of hell. Apartments bake, blacktop wavers with steam, and even the local muggers are all like, “Forget wallets. I’m heisting a Slurpee.” Really, it’s like living on the sun. When high temps roll around, the very last thing any right-thinking Brooklynite wants to do is increase the thermometer reading.

Running Fuel Recipes and Guidelines Vegetarian, vegan, or neither, what you eat around your workouts plays a big role in how you perform and recover. Conveniently for plant-based eaters, this diet is a natural fit for the common workout nutrition guidelines that focus, in general, on “lots of carbohydrate, a little bit of protein.” Here you’ll find articles on what to eat before, during, and after your workouts, as well as information on protein and other important considerdations for athletes. And of course, to help you meet these guidelines, several standby recipes that make getting the nutrition you need easy, convenient and tasty. Guidelines for fueling your workouts Easy Crockpot Pulled Pork I’m sick. In my dramatic mind it seems like it’s been weeks since I’ve felt normal, but it’s actually only been about 7 days. I’ve cycled through the typical flu symptoms a couple of times and have been donning a bright red, chapped nose for about four days. Needless to say I’m not looking so hot, nor do I have any desire to cook or bake.

List of Good Eats episodes This is a list of all Good Eats episodes. Episodes[edit] Season 1[edit] Season 2[edit] Crockpot Chicken Tacos I'll keep this short and sweet: this is one of my all time favorite recipes. If there is one crockpot recipe you need in your repertoire, this is it. But truthfully, after making it once you won't even need the recipe because it's just so darn easy. Three ingredients and almost zero work. Ultra cheap meal ideas? Mine:--Quesadillas (not just cheese--try canned (NOT pie filling!) pumpkin puree with green onions and pepper jack cheese, dip in green salsa with or without some avocado if on sale) --I second corn tortillas in large packages (though still not available in every market in country--just most!), use for chiliquilies (egg, tomato sauce, salsa, shredded corn tortilla), and one of my fave ultra cheap meals:

Oldie but Goodie for 4th of July: Stained Glass Jello Stars I have been featuring “Oldie but Goodie” recipes over in the sidebar as a way to showcase older recipes that were reader favorites. This week’s feature is stained glass Jello for the 4th of July, and it was so popular last year that I thought it deserved another re-post. This is such a cool effect made with different colors of Jello and just perfect for 4th of July picnics. It’s also a great dessert for kids to help with, and they will love eating them as well! Get the recipe and instructions for stained glass Jello.

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