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How To Cook A Roast In A Crock Pot





how to cook a roast in a crock pot







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JanesAdventures78a




JanesAdventures78a





One photo...
I barely got it in under the midnight wire.

Good day of work. You don't see all the plaster I have all over me. it's part of the job to get messy sometimes

Today was a gray rainy day. My hair didn't hold up to the weather. All those curls earlier, came out as soon as I stepped outside into the mist.

No worries. I am far too busy to notice.

I came home to a wonderful crock pot of rustic chicken soup. I took left over roasted chicken and threw the whole thing along with carrots, onions, and wild rice in this morning. A little cumin, curry, salt, pepper, and by 6:30pm it was amazing. Good Juju to ward off any germs for sure. So thick and full of flavor. Far too much for me to eat on my own of course. That is one of the things I hate about cooking. I tend to cook too much to eat. Although I save the leftovers, it still is far too much. Oh well, I am working on quantity... I'll figure it out one day.

Yep...one photo today. Nothing more than reporting in with you. Those photos from yesterday are what you wait for-ha! Consider this a build up to what I will show tomorrow then.

Okay-back to bed for me.
More...you know.
xox

EDIT: So I post photos each and everyday and have done so without missing for about 4+years? Not bad huh? How many of you have come to see me each and every day without missing one day??? Ha! Got you beat I think? However-SOME OF YOU...Have been here for so long posting all the time. I may not get a chance to tell you all the time-but I adore you for your constant attention! AND as much as you look forward to seeing me? I LOOK Forward to SEEING Your Comments!!!! I really do.
Anyway-if you are not seeing all of my photos, it is because I keep some posted under friends & family. I just don't want to upset the general public if I accidentally show my butt... I am never offensive and I try to never give too much skin away-I just prefer to keep some things in categories. OH! And if you are looking for sex, hardcore images, etc??? I don't post that. However Flickr has a LOT Of others who do! Amazing stuff really! So go see others who do it FAR better than I could! Ha! xox











Photographic chili recipe?




Photographic chili recipe?





Okay, so recipe time:

Deposit contents of photo into crock pot, reserving all packing material, chef's knife, salt cellar, pepper mill, cutting board, and crock pot lid.

Alright, alright...here's the best I can do. Cooking wouldn't be relaxing if I had to measure everything.

Ingredients:
2# beef stew meat from chuck roast, 1" cubes
2x cans roasted diced tomatoes
1 can chili beans
1 can kidney beans, lightly rinsed
1 very large or 2 small green peppers, 1" dice
2 small yellow onions, diced
4 cloves garlic, pulverized
2+ tsp. cumin
1+ tsp. black pepper to taste
2 Tbsp. chili powder, karma for making your own. I'm lazy.
1/2 tsp. smoked paprika
2 big handfuls of tortilla chip crumbs, ground to a coarse flour
1 beer, darker is better, but Bud is what I had on hand

1 small can chipotle peppers in adobo ("something to prove" method)
(or)
cayenne and Tabasco to taste ("Alicia will eat it" method)

You don't have to brown the beef, but since our crock pot liner can go on the stove, it's easy enough to do. Go in batches to make sure it browns instead of braising.

Deglaze the crock pot with the beer, and layer all ingredients but the green pepper into the pot, leaving the beans heaped on top to slow their cooking. If you're using masa, add salt. If you're using tortilla chips like me, DO NOT ADD ANY SALT. The chips are plenty, and you can't take it out later. Heat on low for 5 hours. Add the green pepper 30 minutes before serving.

Sorry, but I don't know how many points are in it. Not as many as you'd think, but the sour cream and cheese I garnished with are the devil.

This worked out pretty well--about 15 minutes of total prep, and truly "one pot."









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