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1/17/14 9:32 A

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Hi Redrose - London Broil is a cheap cut of steak. Maybe it's top round? They call it London Broil here :) I used one pkg of the Lipton soup mix and one green and one red pepper sliced. I left it on low all day while I was at work so it was about 9 hrs. I'm sure it was probably ready by 7 hrs. emoticon

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1/16/14 10:19 P

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I am going to have to try this recipe this summer. Did you use 1 whole package of the Lipton onion soup mix? I'm not sure what London broil is. How much red and green pepper? Did you cook on high and for how long? Thank you for this. emoticon

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1/16/14 7:54 P

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emoticon I'm new too. I also have a 6 gal crockpot. My teenager rarely eats dinner at home, so it's like there's only two of us! Lots of times I'll make a big batch of soup or chili and take leftovers for lunch or freeze for later. Other times I'll just cook a smaller quantity; you don't have to fill the crockpot. The other night I made "pepper steak" using 1/2 a London broil and a red and green pepper with Lipton onion soup mix and 1.5 cups water. It didn't fill the crock and cooked just fine.

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1/16/14 10:12 A

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1/15/14 5:00 P

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Hello,
I am fairly new to the team (I actually joined a while ago or so, but didn't introduce myself) so I would like to introduce myself.
My name is Kathy and I really haven't done a lot of crock pot or slow cooker cooking, but last year I won one. So in the summer when I am by myself (I'm with my parents right now) I am planning on doing some cooking in the crock pot. I am keeping an eye on the forum of cooking for 2 or less people. My crock pop is a 6 gal. one, so I will have left overs.
By the way, is there really any difference in the name crock-pot or slow cooker? I'm guessing they are just the same thing. Can't wait to try out new recipes. emoticon
I think SP should have a crock-pot emoticon.

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