Crockpot


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Crock•pot

(ˈkrɒkˌpɒt)
Trademark.
a brand of electric slow cooker.
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Since I can more easily control the temperature, I've switched from stovetop braising to oven braising, and even leave the house for a couple of hours as my roast braises happily in my oven, like a crockpot.
Or to quote my friend, trainer Laura Glaser Harrington, "Think crockpot, not microwave.
Compiled by the editorial staff of Houghton Mifflin Harcourt,"Instant Pot Miracle: From Gourmet to Everyday, 175 Must-Have Recipes" is a culinary compendium of recipes especially appropriate for the family kitchen crockpot.
Vaughn and I plucked birds so he could make his famous crockpot teal over rice for dinner.
When the roast is fully cooked, break it apart inside the crockpot and stir.
As before, I dropped the leaves into a crockpot of 140-degree water, where the leaves curled into three dimensions.
If you have a crockpot handy, this is the easiest way to cook corned beef and cabbage.
In a crockpot, stainless steel pan, or gallon jar, combine 1 part herbs with 5 parts organic olive oil (for 1 ounce of herb, use 5 ounces of oil).
A day or two later, pull this meat from the bones and place in a crockpot.
Roasts with veggies and seasoning are unbeatable after eight or 10 hours in a crockpot.
Gibson also announced its new CrockPot non-electric slow cookers and other bakeware, "a natural translation" for the brand, says Chung, adding that results of a Harris Poll identified CrockPot as the No.