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Old November 19th, 2007, 08:45 PM   #1
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We're spending the 4-day holiday camping in southern Ohio and will have an electric campsite. I'm planning on cooking in a crockpot everyday while we're out hiking - planning on a turkey breast for thanksgiving; any other recommendations?
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Old November 19th, 2007, 08:47 PM   #2
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oops i read that as Crotch pot at first
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I've never messed anything up in a crock pot. Just through some meat in there, ribs even, with whatever vegies and spieces and soup or water and 6 hours later you eat.
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www.crockpot.com

they have some good recipes on there.
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LOL, I ask for ladies' advice and check out the first two posters. :tonka:

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Old November 19th, 2007, 08:55 PM   #7
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they have some good recipes on there.
Now why in the fukc didn't I think of that?
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Now why in the fukc didn't I think of that?
I dunno, but they have a ton, works out good for camping too.....fill big Ziplock or tupperware with the days ingredients, dump in crock pot...camp....eat....

good idea
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Cranberry Chicken

4 thawed chicken breasts cut into bite size pieces
1 can whole cranberry sauce
any veggies you like (I use broccoli, mushrooms, onions and carrots)
Instant rice

cook chicken in crock pot for 1 hour till fully cooked
add veggies and sauce for another hour
add instant rice a half hour before eating

It ends up like a stir-fry, you can really cook the veggies based on how tender you like them

Or

Baked potato soup

1 12oz can cheddar cheese soup
3/4 cup of milk
4 cooked slices of bacon chopped up
half an onion
4 large potatos peeled and cubed
broccoli chopped into bite size pieces
you can add any meat for some extra protein

throw in crock pot for 4 hours
top with sour cream or sprinkled cheese if you like

Enjoy
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I hate that food network girl when she says EVOO
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i got a good italian soup with sausage and chicken if you want :D .. kinda my own creation (as far as i know)..
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western ribs, the big cheap ones.
Cook all day then pull out the rib bones.
Shred the meat, add BBQ sauce, put on bread/rolls.
That was always our tailgate special.
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I like to keep it simple. Big bulky cheap beef, seared on the outside. Chopped onions, a few spices, some water and beef broth, and later the carrots and potatoes get added. Yummmm
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sweeeeeeeeeeeet.

Thanks to all!
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FYI, I don't cook in the crock pot. That is the womans job.
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I make all sorts of recipes for the crockpot but I dont really use traditional measuring methods or traditional recipes.

My favorite crock pot recipe is a tomato basil soup chili that I made up so it doesn't have a name.

8 cups of chicken stock
1 small can of tomato paste
1 package of basil processed in the food processor
6 vine ripened tomatos also diced in the food processor
1 large can of white or great northern beans
1 medium onion chopped
4 cloves garlic processed to a paste
2lbs of cooked ground turkey
1/4 cup approx of parmesian cheese
salt and pepper to taste
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I like to keep it simple. Big bulky cheap beef, seared on the outside. Chopped onions, a few spices, some water and beef broth, and later the carrots and potatoes get added. Yummmm
X2, I think that might be my exact recipe!
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Pre cook what ever you want to eat....

Put in Zip lock bags

Warm in Crock pot..


If you have camp fire

one night .. alum. Foil.. hambugar on the bottom, canned potato's, veggies of your choice. Salt& Pepper, and a can of mushroom soup over top to keep moist. one can will do 3 or 4 dinners. Cook over hot cole's for 30 min or less check them.

Called hobo dinners... nummy!
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any other recommendations?
Tent sex for the after dinner festivities?
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