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Old 03-10-2006, 06:53 PM   #1
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I don't know what to call what I have been making all day, but it sure is GOOD!!! (And as a cook.. I am on the top ten list of suckiest cookers ever.. I suprised myself)

Get out yer crock pot!

2 cups chopped steak of some sort.. I used stew meat.
1 clove chopped garlic
1 can of good ole campbells french onion soup
2 cups vegitable broth. (I use organic hippie vegitarian stuff, but the meat kinda negates that, eh? LOL!)
2 tbls olive oil
Taste of garlic salt.
1/4 brown onion, sliced, not chopped.

Toss it all in the crock pot, set on low.

Go to work.

Leave work early to avoid (Or narrowly avoid) the maniacs driving back up the mountain without proper running gear or chains. (It's that time on my mountain!)

Get home, add whole chinese peas and Brocholli tops.

Crock it another hour. (I like my veggies crunchy)

Fill plate, top with Hollandaise sauce.

YUM!!!

OK, what do we name it? Too thick to be soup, too thin to be stew.

Crock-o-licious?
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Old 03-10-2006, 08:01 PM   #2
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French - (onion), Chinese- (peas), - Dutch (Hollandaise) Dinner !
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Old 03-10-2006, 08:09 PM   #3
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Easy yummy soupy stew
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Old 03-10-2006, 10:10 PM   #4
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Easy yummy soupy stew
sounds good.
i picked up a crock pot quite some time ago, and have never cooked with it not knowing what to make or how to make it.
LOL
on a side note, gina.. is idt snowing up on the hill yet? where are you, big bear area?
i'm planning to be up there on sunday for some off-roading.
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Old 03-12-2006, 09:18 PM   #5
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A name?
'Round this household that be labeled "Ifits".
Ifits layin around tonight, its supper.
Sounds yummy Gina, but I'd opt for garlic PEPPER insted of salt.
We ARE pepper lovers in this ab ode....
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1/4 brown onion, sliced, not chopped
I have been a Farmer- Gardener- Cook for some 70 years and have heard of Green White Red and Yellow, BUT BROWN??
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Thats what they call em at the stores here. They have a brown husk, but they are white on the inside, and fairly large. The sort of thing you would make onion rings out of.

Brown Onion

Not sure of thier origins. Might be a west coast thing.
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"Gina-DEE licious hippie-yummy tree-top workin' stew."

Remember: slice onions, don't chop: round here, we want those rings!
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Old 09-28-2006, 07:50 PM   #10
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Hey Gina,
In our humble kitchen we call it a "Fridgecleaner Stew" When Rose & I were first married, we made a lot of these just before payday. They are usually my job, and don't ever ask me to duplicate them, as The ingredients change each time. But they sure are good.
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Old 09-28-2006, 10:11 PM   #11
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Crock Shlop

if made in the Burro....... Burro Crock Shlop

short for BCS....

Reminds me of my college days...fry a pound of hamburger meat...add a box of Cheese and macaroni..tomato sauce...and anything else you want o get rid of....mix it all together
down it with a twelve pack and your three other room mates....priceless

I like BCS......
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ya know, I was just thinking about this crock pot thingy the other day.

Thanks for bringing it back up. Now I can go shopping!
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I don't know what to call what I have been making all day, but it sure is GOOD!!! (And as a cook.. I am on the top ten list of suckiest cookers ever.. I suprised myself)

Get out yer crock pot!

2 cups chopped steak of some sort.. I used stew meat.
1 clove chopped garlic
1 can of good ole campbells french onion soup
2 cups vegitable broth. (I use organic hippie vegitarian stuff, but the meat kinda negates that, eh? LOL!)
2 tbls olive oil
Taste of garlic salt.
1/4 brown onion, sliced, not chopped.

Toss it all in the crock pot, set on low.

Go to work.

Leave work early to avoid (Or narrowly avoid) the maniacs driving back up the mountain without proper running gear or chains. (It's that time on my mountain!)

Get home, add whole chinese peas and Brocholli tops.

Crock it another hour. (I like my veggies crunchy)

Fill plate, top with Hollandaise sauce.

YUM!!!

OK, what do we name it? Too thick to be soup, too thin to be stew.

Crock-o-licious?
Hi: After a hearty bowl of International Crock Pot Stoop... Whats for desert Snow Cones!!! Alf S. North shore of Lake Erie
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