Last Friday it was 70 degrees. On Saturday it snowed. The snow was all melted by Tuesday. It was about 60 degrees yesterday (January 15th). Wind chill right now is about 20 and it is supposed to snow/sleet/gross tomorrow. But, I think winter might be here to stay this time. I’m not sure. Regardless, make… Continue reading Winter is coming?
We started “Slow Cooker October” with a giant cut of beef (pot roast) and we are going to finish it off with a giant cut of pork. I LOVE this recipe! I originally made this mustard and sage pork shoulder when it first appeared in Bon Appétit magazine about 4½ years ago. You slather a… Continue reading Slow Cooker Pork Shoulder with Mustard and Sage
I’m back! Slaying the slow cooker once again. If you read Tuesday’s confessional post you know the slow cooker and I had a bit of a falling out. But now, we are friends again. Today I have a super easy take on a French classic, Ratatouille. The first time I ever made it was because… Continue reading Slow Cooker Ratatouille
My first two slow cooker recipes were a huge success! I created the pot roast and lasagna recipes myself. They both worked on the first try and… I got cocky. After that I made 4 different recipes that were all terrible. And they actually got worse and worse. Huh? 1. A breakfast casserole that was… Continue reading Tuesday Trials: A Slow Cooker Confessional
Here we go, recipe #2 of Slow Cooker October! I love lasagna and I will admit I make a really, really good one. But lasagna takes a looooong time to make. It isn’t hard, there are just so many components. Not today my friends, I have really tried to simplify everything for you (but don’t… Continue reading Slow Cooker Lasagna