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  1. #1 Your Favorite Crock Pot Soup Recipes? 
    Post your tried and true crock pot soup recipes. ;)
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    In a round about way I came upon one of these appliances not too long ago. It is merely a space waster at the moment.

    Kick. So maybe I can use it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JB View Post
    In a round about way I came upon one of these appliances not too long ago. It is merely a space waster at the moment.

    Kick. So maybe I can use it.
    Dude, welcome to the best kitchen appliance invention of the 20th century. The beauty part is that you can chop up whatever you need to chop up the night before and then dump it all in the crock pot with some stock or broth and some kind of meat-thingy and come home to a complete meal.

    Use the non-politically correct disposable liners and you don't even have anything to wash up. ;)
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    Put some water in there, dump some meat in and a can of mushroom soup, and put cooked egg noodles in an hour before it's done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rockntractor View Post
    Put some water in there, dump some meat in and a can of mushroom soup, and put cooked egg noodles in an hour before it's done.
    Translation: Put a cheap cut of beef (round steak, chuck, etc.) in the pot (you can brown it first or just cheat and rub some Kitchen Bouquet on it). Cut up some potatoes, carrots, celery, and (whatever sturdy veggie you want). Dump 1 can of Golden Mushroom soup on top and add about 2 to 3 cans of water (you want it thicker than too thin). Put some pepper in there but no salt. Set it to "low", put the lid on, and go to work.

    If you want noodles, cook 'em separately. ;)
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    Precisely my dear! You can add a few chopped mushrooms too.:D
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    I make a kick-ass Moroccan Lamb Shank stew in the crockpot...I'll post the recipe when I have a chance. Been crazy busy lately...
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    Great Northern Beans, fresh chopped garlic, onion and some ham chunks. :D
    I predict future happiness for Americans if they can prevent the government from wasting the labors of the people under the pretense of taking care of them. Thomas Jefferson
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawkgirl View Post
    I make a kick-ass Moroccan Lamb Shank stew in the crockpot...I'll post the recipe when I have a chance. Been crazy busy lately...
    I would appreciate that, I have a freezer full of kick ass lamb.
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    Lentils, can of tomatoes, carrots, some vegetable stock, some leeks, cumin, cayenne, bay leaves.
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