Crock Pot Recipes Link

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Dale

Super Moderator
Staff member
#2
You can't have too many crock pot recipes, in my opinion. Before I retired, I used my crock pots more, often two crock pots going.
 

Dor

Active Member
#6
Thank you Bernie for the great recipes. I love my crockpot and my daughter and I use ours quite often. I gave my girlfriend one also and she asked for some recipes. I can send her this site.
 
#9
i have started Roma, Rutgers select, patio, beefsteak, cherry, yellow tomatillo and brandy wine, black Russian and a few I can't remember. wondering if any one has a recipe for dilled green tomato's or hot pickled green tomaoto's?? Someone gave us a jar of each, I asked for the recipe a hundred times but it's like pulling out my teeth, no can do.LOL
 

Kya D

Active Member
#11
I find Ball and Kerr books at the thrift store pretty often Good luck finding them.
I really like the older ones they are so down to earth.
 

curbhopper

Active Member
#12
GREAT link, Bernie! Thanks. I think often, 'we' forget to read the recipes on the box of...Bisquick or macaroni or a bag of dry beans...I'm with you, Kya ~ simple suits me just fine. I cooked my first parsnips yesterday. Spent a LONG time on-line looking for recipes and then thought: I'm cooking them like a carrot. Turned out very tasty. Curbie
 

curbhopper

Active Member
#14
Someone on here can't stand them and she's a VERY good cook. Requesting information: Do I buy big ones or little ones? I know it sounds dum but I buy little crook-neck squash and zucchini. So I dont nkow if they are more bitter if large ? ? ? ~ Curbie
 

Kya D

Active Member
#15
My mom used to parboil parsnips and slice them lenghway then dip them in egg then seasoned flour and pan fry them.
 

curbhopper

Active Member
#16
Thanks, Kya! That sounds quite nice. I've heard you can boil them and add them to mashed potatoes? Do you know if that's right? Large Parsnips or small parsnips? I tasted one raw. It really seemed like a carrot but white. I like them. Thanks ! Curbie :)
 

Randy

Super Moderator
Staff member
#17
Sometimes large can mean tougher veggies. One year my root vegetables grew to huge sizes but they were not tough. I had parsnips that were 5" across the crown and 18" long.
 


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