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9/19/12 2:15 P

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i had to look it up to be accurate. i found it in one of the grocery store magazine racks, this one put out by Pillsbury.It is called Barbecued pork chops for 2.
2 (1inch thick boneless p. chops trimmed of fat (about1/4 lb.)
2 slices of onion
1 garlic clove, minced.
1/2 cup barbecue sauce.
1 table spoon water.
a teaspoon cornstarch
Place p. chops in 2 to 31/2 qt.cooker. Top each with an onion slice. Sprinkle with garlic. Pour barbecue sauce over pork.Cover, cook on low 5 to 6 hours.
About 5 minutes before serving, remove pork from slow cooker; place on platter and cover to keep warm.
In 2 cup glass measuring cup or micro-safe bowl, blend water and cornstarch until smooth. Pour juices from cooker into cornstarch mixture; mix well; Microwave on high for 1 to 2 minutes or until mixture boils and thickens slightly;stirring once halfway thru cooking. Serve sauce with pork
As i so often do I change things. I used chops with the bones in as we had Morgan then, I have done 3 and 4 chops at once and just add more onion, garlic and sauce. sometimes i forget the sauce. Anyway, they are tasty and tender. Nice for my hubby as he has no bottom teeth. Enjoy! Georgine emoticon


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Butternut squash soup - recipe also includes onions and pears. (Well, it was suppose to include apples, but I've substituted with some pears I had on hand...)

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Georgine, the pork chops sound great - anything else you put in there?? Low for how long??

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Crockpot is on hold til i get past these couple days with company and things that need to be done. My favorite recipe i still the pork chops, onion slices, garlic and barbecue sauce. So easy, so good! chili sounds good now that it is getting colder. emoticon Georgine

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chili for tomorrow

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Good morning i Yes, i did let the sauce cook down til it was thick. There isn't that much left. I should have had more meat int it but we will use what is left, too good to waste. I will remember the potatoes the next time I have a lot of liquid in the crockpot. Good tip.Supposed to be 70 today, good day to work in the gardens. Have a good day. Georgine emoticon

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Georgine, I'm so glad you liked the recipe. You mentioned that there was a lot of sauce, did you reduce the sauce. It takes about 20-30 minutes but really intensifies the flavor & reduces the liquid. I think it would be perfectly fine in the crock pot but maybe a little more soupy as it doesn't get hot enough to evaporate some of the liquid. I used to use instant mashed potatoes to thicken up sauces in the crock pot - works really well.

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Made the swiss steak recipe, very very good tho i had no macadamia nut oil. This was especially good for my hubby as he has no bottom teeth and the swiss steak was so tender he ate the whole thing. i should have added one more steak as now have sauce left over, may just cut up a chicken breast and warm it int the sauce. I will make it again. A neighbor came over He is a bachelor and his oven is out but he said he would put it in the slow cooker and let it cook while he is at work and i am sure that would work too. I did add some sliced baby carrots and chopped green pepper. Thanks for the recipe.
Supposed to be in the 80s today for the last time--oh yeah?, i have heard that before. One day in the forecast is for 57 for the high. Now that is too soon and frost will follow. I have been in the garden and picked some tomatoes, cabbage and can't decide what is a pumpkin and what is a squash or if they are ready to pick. we had 2 really rainy days and caused a fungus on the vining leaves so pretty much killed the plants. Best I get off here and do something. No walk today, knee is sore so i will work in the garden and do other exercises. have a great day, Georgine emoticon

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9/10/12 10:34 A

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Good morning! We are back in the heat, upper 70s and strong winds today and 80s tomorrow. Of course the humidity is up too. Used the AC 2 days ago and the furnace ran 2 evenings, spotty frost warnings last nite. I don't even know how to dress anymore--hot cold-??Yuk! We did get some badly needed rain as the storms did ignite several more spots so we needed tat rain, no storms. Best i get going before it gets too hot. Have to stop at the store for some celery for that recipe. Later, Georgine emoticon

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Made the Swiss Steak again tonight - it's a winner for sure. To keep it low carb, I made a cauliflower mash instead of making potatoes & then had a side of broccoli.

Georgine, we had 40 degrees this morning & it did hit about 64 (in the direct sun) today. We are well on our way to Winter now.

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9/9/12 5:17 P

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Loser05, love your dog picture!! I think i have a recipe for that, am trying to remember if i tried it???? If not, i will when it gets colder.
Melissa, I live in a little town in far northern Minnesota close to the Canadian border. We get lots of our coldl weather from Canada. This weather is so strange to me because i don't remember all this back and forth cold and hot business, maybe I just don't remember. Just walked a little over a mile and am still sweating. I don't even know how to dress these days. supposed to be 78 tomorrow and 80 Tuesday.
Took a walk thru the store to look for that oil but they never heard of it so i will use something else.Hopefully i will make that tomorrow but just have 2 eye of the round steaks but think they are enuff. . Whew, now am sweating and this morning the furnace came on and I was happy emoticon to hear it as i was cold! talk to you more later, Georgine

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chicken and dumplings

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Georgine, you must also live in the North. I awoke to 32 degree temps at a late 8:30 this morning. The sun is very low on the horizon now & doesn't get very high. Alaska is well on it's way to the middle/end of Fall. Spring, Summer, & Fall are our short seasons. Unlike you, our temperature will continue to drop as the snow builds on the mountain tops around our State.

Tonight, I made 6 chicken thighs. Rolled them in 1 beaten egg, tossed them in some grated parmesan cheese & dried ranch mix dressing (plus a bit of cayenne pepper & garlic salt). Baked them in the oven at 400 degrees for about 45-50 minutes. Very good & filling. Check out the new studies on dark meat poultry & the health benefits of eating it. I do love the dark meat poultry as you have so many more options in cooking it.

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I just don't know if my store carries that oil but then i have found a lot of things that I didn't think they had so i will look for it. My daughter did take the rest of the last one i cooked so now will look around again. Crazy weather as we are in the 30s at nite, 60s during the day but will be back to 80 by Tues. so then i back off the bigger meals again. The best thing is that it is raining, not storms but good rain and no lightning. Have a good day, Georgine emoticon

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Georgine, use what ever oil you are used to cooking with. I chose macadamia nut oil because it's more stable at higher cooking temperatures & doesn't add a flavor to the meat. It's a very good dish. I've been eating it for leftovers because my husband has been gone - still not tiring of the dish so you know it's flavorful!

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Thank you, i did copy the recipe. I don't know if i can find macadamia nut oil in this little town but will look. w had the crockpot recipe reheatd for supper last evening and it had thickened up and was very good.I did invite my daughter to take some but she ate at her daughters so we will have it once more time. I have to learn to cut the recipes or freeze portions. I didn't do a lot of heavy meals while it was so hot but last nite the forecast was for 35 at nite and 62 today. This country never seems to be able to stay in the 7os and let us have a nice fall. Have a great day, Georgine emoticon

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Georgine - sounds divine. I've had a tough time transitioning to smaller batches since the kids have left & don't come home for dinner anymore. I now make close to the same size batch of meals & then freeze for those days that I'm under the weather & just don't want to cook (I like to cook with other people in the kitchen - just like being a kid again).

Tonight, I made an altered recipe from Cook's Country for Swiss Steak - it isn't a crock pot dish but is slow cooked in the oven for 2 hours. Here's the link: recipes.sparkpeople.com/recipe-detai
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I'll probably skim off the fat at the end but I was really looking for a wonderfully warm comfort food heading in to Winter. Can't wait to try it - smells GRAND!

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9/5/12 8:28 P

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We had the Provencal Chicken and Beans for supper tonite. For myself, it was too bland. I did add a small can of tomato sauce so that may have made it more runny. My husband loved it but he loves anything with beans in it. I have to say it sure made the chicken tender and kept it juicy. If i make it again i will make a half recipe as i can see i will have to give some away or freeze it when it is just the 2 of us. The recipe is in the Sparks chicken recipes if anybody wants to try it or I can print it here too. It was ok but I kept thinking it should go over rice or noodles but then it has the beans in it already. Georgine emoticon

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had to cancel it til tomorrow, i waited too long for it to cook 7 hours so plan on an early trip to the store and get the beans and get it in so will let everyone know, it sure sounds simple and tasty. Georgine emoticon

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Sounds very yummy - let us know how it turned out & post the recipe if it's a good one!

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I should have one going but after I got up late and took my walk it is too late to start this recipe but will do it tomorrow. I had already copied it at some point but now printed it this morning off the Recipes on here today. It is Provencal Chicken and Beans with peppers and diced tomatoes with basil and oregano and the chicken breasts.Sounds easy and very good. emoticon

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I put some frozen chicken breasts in the crock pot and will shred it later for chicken taco meat.

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Collard greens with garlic

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Black and red beans

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i used to make pot roast a lot, then only eat the potatoes, onions and gravy. just never got a taste for the beef, but it does make the whole hosue smell wonderful. good enough for me.

i make a thing with cream of mushroom soup, mushrooms and some deboned chicken thighs [from wallly world] and just let it bubble away all day. delicious with or without noodles under it.

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Potroast with roasted potatoes (skin on) and veggies.

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okay, at noon i put three organic italian chicken sausages, two cans of tomatoes [diced and stewed], a can of vegetarian chili, a half a head of celery, two onions, a blended turnip, and some garlic and cumin into the crockpot. four hours later, i added a half cup of goya pico de gallo. it's almost soup!

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Garlic Chicken Thighs

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Oatmeal (for breakfast this morning), then I'm adding fresh blueberries when it's done.

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Salsa Chicken

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Collard greens, baked potato, and 2 poached eggs.

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chicken and noodle soup

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corn beef

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Chicken and mushroom sauce sounds great! emoticon

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I used chicken drumsticks with a small amount of coconut oil and 2 tablespoons of BBQ sauce from Trader Joes. It was delicious! And inexpensive. Served with a nice salad. emoticon

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Thank you for sharing.

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Here's the link to the recipe:

crockpot365.blogspot.com/2009/04/cro
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I usually adapt these recipes to suit my own tastes. To reduce calories I used boneless/skinless chicken thighs. I also like to toss in potatoes, celery, & carrots along with the onions. The garlic ends up being a real mild but rich flavor!

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What is your recipe for your garlic chicken in the crock pot?

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Garlic chicken thighs tonight!

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Ye olde crock got a lot of use this week.... plenty of leftovers to fill holes next week! Yay!

main two runs were:

Spark's Lemon Chicken .... except I out layer of baby carrots on the bottom first; then, for the final hour of cooking, I added artichoke hearts over the top. Did two batches, one breast & one thighs .... I think the thighs were tastier so maybe in future I'll do mixture.

Beef roast with red peppers, mushrooms, tomato pasta sauce......at start of final hour, remove roast and slice it up then return to crock AND add sliced summer squashes.

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I've put a chicken in the crockpot. I think when it's getting close to done I'll put in a can of mushroom soup. YUM! I'll have a couple of meals off the chicken, then make some chicken salad with any breast meat left & may have some pulled chicken roll-ups also during the week! YUM!


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I copied your ingredients and will try it. i prefer the breasts but know the thighs have more moisture and according to Sparks have more good stuff than the breasts. I need to remember to use the crockpot more, so nice to get it going and go and do oether things and it is ready for the evening meal. Have a good weekend, Georgine emoticon

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Just something I decided to throw in the crock. It turned out okay but I usually like to use thighs, they don't dry out as much - but the sauce was awesome!!

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That sounds good, is it a Sparks or something you made on your own?Georgine

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Today, chicken tenderloins, cream of mushroom soup, chicken stock, worcestershire sauce, yellow mustard, onions, garlic, basil, sun dried tomatoes, & maybe a bit of sour cream at the end. Will serve over wild rice.

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Lots of "soup base" (ie, the carrot-celery-onion-water portion)
I then refrig/freeze in assorted portions for use later

Works great to use up lots of odds and ends of leftover veggies, fresh spices/herbs, leftover meat......
Just warm up some of the "base" and add whatever you want for today's variation

Examples:

- reheat then add fresh dill, baby spinach, and chop up leftover porkchop, and dash of lemon juice

- mix with leftover summer squash, zucchini, and green beans from previous nights dinners.

- combine with some leftover goulash/stew and broccoli ... so you have a soup rather than a thick stew

- add leftovers fresh cilantro, blackbean&corn salsa, grilled chicken, and dash of lime juice

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today will be the left overs from the barbecued pork chops i did in the crockpot last nite for supper. am still trying to remember to start the apple cin. oatmeal in the evening while it is still chilly , I will try to remember to put it together after supper. It is so tasty and lasts for more than one meal, a sparks recipe. emoticon

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Well, I'm slow marinating - balsamic glazed chicken thighs. I will make hubby put them on the grill tonight. That's pretty fast for me!

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I am cooking the Slow Cooker Salsa Chicken Recipe from the SparkPeople cookbook.

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