Crock-Pots can help create family communication

Posted Monday, November 17, 2008, at 1:03 PM
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  • You are very oragnized UNOIT ;> Good hint!

    -- Posted by sassypants on Tue, Nov 18, 2008, at 9:41 AM
  • Unoit,

    We enjoyed meeting you as well.

    It is always nice to put a face with a name!

    Also, it seems you and I share the same philosophy when it comes to shopping... Clearance Racks!!

    I agree with the others, good tip about cooking ahead.

    With my job being what it is, Sunday is usually the day I cook for the week.

    It is not unusual for me to make soup, fry chicken, make a meat loaf, bake several goodies and then pray they last at least until Thursday!

    BTW ... Keep the recipe requests coming. Its becoming the highlight of my weekend going through the countless cookbooks in my collection finding what you want!

    -- Posted by MissIvy on Wed, Nov 19, 2008, at 1:33 PM
  • There is a joke with all my friends that im the crock pot Queen. I have 4 crock pots and they never see the inside of the cabinet. Those are intersting recipes i will need to try. I really like the crock pot seasoning packets it makes a gravy thats still thick when time to eat. love it.

    -- Posted by kd323 on Thu, Nov 20, 2008, at 9:33 PM
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