Welcome to my personal recipe share page. All the recipes found here are all tried and true. Some have been shared by friends and some are old family recipes. Others I've found on cooking sites, web pages and in cook books. All have been tweaked to my families liking. Please note that I don't create my own recipes and I'm not taking credit for others recipes. I'm simply sharing what has worked for us and sharing our favorites. Since I know how much I enjoy new and exciting recipes, I thought I would share them with the world! I get tired of making the same dish time and time again. It's true that while something is worthy of being enjoyed frequently, the same rotation gets old fast. The recipes you will find here, for the most part, are simple to create with easy to come by ingredients. While there may be the recipe that requires a little more effort, I can assure you that it will be worth it. There will also be plenty of crock pot creations for you to choose from. I hope that you find something here that appeals to you and that you will share your favorites with me. Enjoy and Bon Appetite!

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Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Crockpot Roast

This evening we had a roast for dinner that I cooked in the Crockpot all day. Let me just say that it’s HEAVENLY. I don’t think I’ll ever cook a roast differently anymore! I gotta give credit where credit is due however. This recipe was shared by my daughter Kaytie’s Me-Maw. She made it for us while we were visiting over the summer and I just had to have the recipe. YUM.

Chuck Roast
8 small potatoes
1 bag of small carrots
4 small onions

 Cut up 2 of the onions into quarters and place on the bottom of the crockpot. Put the roast on top of the onion and add 2 cups of water. Cook on high for 3 hours.

After 3 hours, add potatoes whole around the roast. Cook on low for 2 hours.

Now add the carrots on the top. Cook on low another 2 hours.

Quarter remaining onions and add on top. Continue cooking on low for 2 hours.

Remove about a cup of the juice and mix 3TBSP of cornstarch until dissolved. Add back to crockpot and cook on love for 45 mins.

***I didn’t add any seasonings or salt and pepper to this and it was wonderful!

FYI: She suggested that I use the crockpot bags for no clean up and I did. They are marvelous and I’m sold on them!

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