Should I buy a crock pot?

Mutant - There is a huge crockpot recipe thread someone should bump it :) Phone Post 3.0
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not a bad thing to have.

good times

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/r/slowcooking

Didn't even think to check reddit. Thank you! Phone Post 3.0

MediumRareMistake -
Mutant - There is a huge crockpot recipe thread someone should bump it :) Phone Post 3.0
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I can't bump the big one but I can bump the slow cooker Sunday on. Phone Post 3.0

Best thing ever. I've made spinach dip, roast, chilli, meatballs, stew...

Do it OP. You will not regret it. Phone Post 3.0

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Crokpots are dope. I do BBQ baked beans from scratch with them. Beans, a bunch a whatever my stoned ass can think of and a Dr Pepper... people think I'm a genius. Phone Post 3.0

Pulled pork! FTW! Phone Post 3.0

Applesauce Phone Post 3.0

TFK_Cletus Redpecker III - Applesauce Phone Post 3.0
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I'm off to costco now to pick it up! Phone Post 3.0

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This time of year, fuck yea...prep and getting it going then sit back drink beer and watch football (or futbol, rugby, cricket, MLB...whatever) Phone Post 3.0

Strawberry Applesauce

6-7 Large apples. I like to mix Gala and Granny Smith. About half and half. If you like it a little more tart, more Granny smith.
1 lb. fresh Strawberries
1 Lemon
1/2 cup brown sugar
1/2 cup water
2-3 tbsp butter
Cinnamon (to taste)

Peel, core and dice apples into 1-2"-ish sized pieces.

Put in Crockpot along with water, brown sugar, 1 tbsp butter and cinnamon.

Cut lemon in half and squeeze in juice from both halves.

Turn Crockpot on high and cover.

Rinse strawberries and cut into slices and put in as well.

Continue to stir the crockpot occasionally.

after an hour or so, put the rest of the butter on top in a couple different spots, cover and don't touch until butter has completely melted down from the top.

After butter has melted, continue to stir occasionally.

Recipe takes roughly four hours on high.

When it's done, the finish is up to you. You can make it as chunky or as thin as you want. I use a potato smasher and leave it pretty chunky.

Leave it in the fridge to cool off and thicken up.

I'm pissed I didn't buy one sooner and I don't use it nearly as much as I should. They're amazing. Phone Post 3.0

Yeah you should.

Post your crockpot/slow cooker recipes...

A no brainer