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Well, it is officially fall, and this week Live Journal is spotlighting the Crockpot Cooking Community.

http://community.livejournal.com/what_a_crock/

I have to say that the 40 clove chicken recipe looks tempting, and I'd never thought of using the crockpot to cook down the pear butter (genius!).

I know I need to make a big mess of pulled pork with tomatillo sauce and freeze half of it.

What's simmering in your crockpots in the next few weeks?
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Fall? It's 98 degrees (and rising) here.
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I've made chicken with 40 cloves many times in the oven, never thought to try it with the crock pot.

I recommend spreading some of the cloves on some french bread after they have cooked in the juices. They will be the consistency of room temp butter. Makes some incredible garlic bread.

(edited by brick on 22.9.09 2057)
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K, here's mine, although it is stolen

TOM’S TAILGATER ITALIAN BEEF
Ingredients:
One 3 ½ to 4 pound boneless beef chuck pot roast
One package of Zesty Italian Salad Dressing & Recipe Mix
One 16 oz. jar of hot giardiniera
One 16 oz. jar of mild giardiniera
One dozen baguettes (French rolls)

Directions:
In a four-quart Crock-Pot, pour in one bottle of giardiniera. Place the roast on top of the
layer of giardiniera. Sprinkle the salad dressing mixture on top of the roast. Add the
second bottle of giardiniera to the top of the roast. Cover Crock-Pot and cook on high for
8 to 10 hours. When fork tender, shred the roast in the Crock-Pot and allow it to combine
with the other ingredients. Slice the baguettes in half and pile on the beef and giardiniera
mixture. You may substitute a second bottle of mild giardiniera for the hot, if you prefer a
milder sandwich.



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I tried a giardiniera at an authentic Chicago-style eatery once, it nearly melted my face off.
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With three kids on three different soccer teams, we crockpot a lot. This week was barbequed chicken - much like the pulled pork recipe, only with chicken. The kids like to take it out of the crock and put in on a bun with cheese and put it under the broiler.




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    Originally posted by Whitebacon
    I tried a giardiniera at an authentic Chicago-style eatery once, it nearly melted my face off.


They have much milder ones.



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Last weekend we bought a slab of baby back ribs, cut them into chunks of 2 bones each, laid them on the bottom of the crock pot, poured in just under a 2-liter bottle of Orange Crush, and cooked for 8 hours on low heat. Drain the pot, pour a bottle of BBQ sauce over the meat, cook for one more hour on low. Serve with cornbread.



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I'm in the midst of a major kitchen renovation and have been without a stove for the past 2 weeks (2-3 more weeks to go). Needless to say, I've been living off my toaster oven and crock pot.

The most delicious thing I've been making is lamb curry stew. I've added and subtracted ingredients over the several batches I've made and my current all-star ingredient list is: lamb shank, carrots, chick peas, tomato (diced & paste), potato, and pistachios. Add plenty of whatever curry-type spices are desired.

I will make this 40 clove chicken sometime very, very soon.



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That lamb recipe sounds good. Could you list out the quantities / ratios you use?




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- 1 lamb shank (make sure it fits in the pot and put it in first so it's well covered)
- 1 large can diced tomatos with all the liquid (use fresh ones if you want, but I save those for salads)
- fill that large can 1/2 full of water and add it
- 1 small can tomato paste
- 2 handfuls each of carrots, potatos, and onions, diced to 1/2 inch pieces
- 1/2 can chick peas
- 2 handfuls of pistachios
- 2 tbsp lemon or lime juice
- 8-12 cardamom pods
- EDIT: I almost forgot garlic. Throw in as much garlic as you can handle. I use 4-5 cloves, quartered.

As for spices, I taste the stew alot to get it right. I would guess I add about 2 tspn of dried masala and a tspn of salt at the beginning, and then add other things like tumeric, cumin and nutmeg bit by bit when the lamb has cooked and I start tasting it.

Before serving add some milk, cream, or creme fraiche if you want to thicken it up or you added too much hot stuff.

Use sankhe pakori as crouton/cracker substitutes for an extra awesome time.

(edited by samoflange on 23.9.09 2109)

(edited by samoflange on 23.9.09 2113)

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We made the lamb last night. I probably screwed up the recipe a little by adding liquid - I wasn't convinved there was enough to cook the lamb.

We did a lamb roast instead of shank because that was what was available locally.

Once it cooled, it thickened up really nicely. I'm looking forward to lunch!




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    Originally posted by AWArulz
    K, here's mine, although it is stolen

    TOM’S TAILGATER ITALIAN BEEF
    Ingredients:
    One 3 ½ to 4 pound boneless beef chuck pot roast
    One package of Zesty Italian Salad Dressing & Recipe Mix
    One 16 oz. jar of hot giardiniera
    One 16 oz. jar of mild giardiniera
    One dozen baguettes (French rolls)

    Directions:
    In a four-quart Crock-Pot, pour in one bottle of giardiniera. Place the roast on top of the
    layer of giardiniera. Sprinkle the salad dressing mixture on top of the roast. Add the
    second bottle of giardiniera to the top of the roast. Cover Crock-Pot and cook on high for
    8 to 10 hours. When fork tender, shred the roast in the Crock-Pot and allow it to combine
    with the other ingredients. Slice the baguettes in half and pile on the beef and giardiniera
    mixture. You may substitute a second bottle of mild giardiniera for the hot, if you prefer a
    milder sandwich.
We had this one this weekend. It was grrrrrrrrrrrreat!

I used one giardiniera with a more olive oil base, and one with a water/vinegar base - I think if I had had two of either it wouldn't have worked quite as well.

I also struck out on the proper bread, opting for kaiser rolls (Germany is CLOSE to Italy!)

I'm not sure what I'll try next - it will depend on what's on sale whenever I finally get to the supermarket.











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#14 Posted on | Instant Rating: 9.04
    Originally posted by Guru Zim
    We made the lamb last night. I probably screwed up the recipe a little by adding liquid - I wasn't convinced there was enough to cook the lamb.

    We did a lamb roast instead of shank because that was what was available locally.

    Once it cooled, it thickened up really nicely. I'm looking forward to lunch!


...and by we I am of course referring to Lise. I cut the onion Lunch in an hour!




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I made good old simple Pinto beans and Ham yesterday.
had half of a ham left over from the weekend. It went great.
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    Originally posted by StaggerLee
    I made good old simple Pinto beans and Ham yesterday.
    had half of a ham left over from the weekend. It went great.


I think I'm down to just one ham in the freezer now I buy them on super sale and then we turn them into about 3-5 meals.
Usually:

Ham Dinner
Leftover Ham Dinner
Split Pea (made with the bone and leftover ham, and I found there is actually such a thing as Split Pea with too much ham, it gets stringy and more like pea/ham pate)
Beans and Ham
and often one more Ham dinner or Spit Pea from frozen slices.

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1 beef roast
1 beer
1 pkg onion soup mix

8 hours on low in the crock pot. (You can also add veggies if you're feelin' it.)





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