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sympathies! and thanks for the tips, filed away in my head should i have to live through such. i remember my mom living through months of cooking off a card table and propane burner, but was young enough not to pay too much attention to how she pulled it off. one of my favorite crock pot recipes is this one : http://www.food.com/recipe/crock-pot-thai-chicken-thighs-106499 and it tastes best to me with any bone-in pieces but works with with whatever you have. hope it's not too much longer, but the view looks awesome and well worth it.


Thanks bethany for what looks like a tasty and easy recipe. It will work well with rice from the rice maker that sits next to our crockpot. I can just picture your mom hunched over that card table. I was about to set up our card table, when I remembered that we had an old wooden table from Ponderosa sitting in pieces in our shed. It has been a much better alternative to a card table.


Wow! That certainly is a lot to take on! Check out crock pot lasagna. http://www.crockingirls.com/recipes/crockin-lasagna/ (also a good site for other recipes) Of course you can omit or add the ingredients you prefer in your lasagna. The best part is the noodles are not pre-cooked or a special type of noodle!


The lasagna sounds great--thank you! It will make a nice change from soup, chicken and pot roast.


Someday it will all be a distant memory that you can laugh about. I can't wait to see pictures of it when it's done!

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