Slow Cooker Recipes
Microwave

Fort Worth, TX

#2 Dec 31, 2012
Angela wrote:
Does anyone have any really good recipes for a slow cooker? Everything I have tried was not that tasty and not something I would do again. But, I like the idea of slow cooking and not having to spend very much time in the kitchen.
I don't like spending time in the kitchen either. Microwave is more my style.
Only at Night

Paris, TX

#3 Dec 31, 2012
Crock Pot CrackHead Soup

CrackHeads can finally be put to good use. What better way to put these people to use than to serve them up at charity dinners. The next time you are planning the Fireman's Ball or some other charity fundraiser, consider adding this recipe to the menu.

Ingredients:
3 freshly skinned and butchered heads from cocaine or crack addicted bums
1 can chicken stock
4 cups chopped carrots
2 cups chopped celery
4 cups peeled, chopped and boiled potatoes.
1 16 oz can tomato juice
2 tbsp. garlic salt
pepper to taste

Directions:
Chop heads into bite size pieces and brown lightly in a skillet. Dump all ingredients into a large crock pot including the browned head pieces. Cook on medium high until vegetables are soft; usually 4 - 6 hours.
WitchyWok

United States

#4 Dec 31, 2012
Paris Witches' Brew. 1 Tsp Red Food Coloring from Shaquanda. A pig's foot from Cibil War. Nacho chips from illegal Mexicans. Barbeque sauce from a Black Panther's grandad's recipe. A blade of grass from the courthouse lawn. A small piece of Kiefer Winn's hide and some savory Clarksville broth from the Leshers. The tooth of a pit bull from Lamar Point. A hair from Big Foot. A pubic hair from Walt Brown and Casey. Stir carefully, bring to a boil, stirring up the local public. Loud motorcycle sounds from a Christmas parade are optional background noise when serving.
gypsygrl

Rockwall, TX

#5 Jan 1, 2013
Angela wrote:
Does anyone have any really good recipes for a slow cooker? Everything I have tried was not that tasty and not something I would do again. But, I like the idea of slow cooking and not having to spend very much time in the kitchen.
Angela you can go to Facebook and look up a wonderful recipe page called IGUIPT. They have all sorts of great stuff. And as for crock pot recipes ask some of the lady's on there!! They can give you great ideals.
Two Crocks

Paris, TX

#6 Jan 1, 2013

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