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Crock Pot Recipes

How to Cook a Wild Goose in a Slow Cooker

Unlike domesticated geese, which typically go to market at around 9 weeks old, wild geese can hang out for a decade or two before ...
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How to Roast Beets in a Crock-Pot With Aluminum Foil

Native to Europe and Asia, the garden beet is related to both Swiss chard and the sugar beet. Beets are relatively easy to grow, m...
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How to Heat Up a Fully Cooked Ham in a Crock Pot

While you can eat a fully cooked ham cold, heating it gives it a richer taste. You can even add seasonings or rubs to amplify the ...
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Is It Safe to Cook Chicken in the Crock-Pot?

Crock-Pots and other slow cookers are safe for preparing foods, including meat and poultry, as long as you use the device correctl...
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How to Arrange a Pot Roast in a Crock-Pot

A pot roast is a meat, typically beef, and vegetable dish prepared in one pot. A Crock-Pot makes cooking a pot roast simple as you...
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How to Cook Dry Garbanzos in a Crock Pot

Cooking dry chickpeas, also called garbanzo beans, at home can save you money, reduce sodium and improve the flavor in your favori...
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How to Cook Pierogies in a Crock-Pot

If you have time to toss some pierogies and a few other ingredients into a Crock-Pot before work, you can sail past fatty fast foo...
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How to Cook Healthy Chicken Vegetable Stew in a Crock-Pot Slow Cooker

Stews are not only comforting and filling, they can also make a healthy dinner that the whole family will enjoy. According to the ...
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How to Cook a Turkey Tenderloin in a Crock-Pot

Turkey tenderloin is a low-fat source of protein with a mild flavor and succulent texture. Cook the tenderloin in a slow cooker su...
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How to Cook Boneless Chuck Roast With Red Wine

A boneless chuck roast is an inexpensive cut of beef that yields tender and juicy meat when you cook it correctly. The flavor of b...
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