Hi fans! Have you noticed that I’ve been making some changes to Dinner Is A Crock? First of all– check out that logo! That’s me! We are officially introduced now and I’m glad we are friends. The website has received a much needed face lift and is now mobile compatible. I don’t know about you, […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Happy Valentine’s Day, crock pot lovers! I hope you’ve enjoyed the day and if you care nothing about this Hallmark holiday, I hope you had a fabulous Saturday. I thawed out some chicken a couple days ago and didn’t decide what to do with it until today. I wanted something easy that even the kids […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
‘Tis the season for festive holiday celebrations and impromptu trips to schools to pick up sick children. Let’s be honest, this time of year seems to be more “flu-ish” than Jewish for us! Good thing I had some premade broth in my freezer. You can use boxed soup broth for the recipe, just eliminate the […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
BLACK FRIDAY- The best savings on time are using your crockpot instead of your stove! While many of you fans were out before the sun this morning, shopping for great deals on holiday gifts and personal favorites, I hope you also started your crockpot before you left for the mall so that you had a […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
We are famous! Or at least my kids think. My oldest son asked me if I get to meet Guy Fieri. My youngest son told me I should start charging friends when they come over for dinner. I am thrilled to tell you that Chile Pepper Magazine will be featuring Dinner Is A Crock in […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Most of you probably just read the title of this recipe and giggled. Yes, cowpea sounds a lot like cow pie. In fact, cow pee makes it seem even more funny. So if you haven’t heard of a cowpea before, let me tell you a little about it. But seriously, you can stop giggling now. Cowpeas […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
The word “chimichurri” might make you think of that silly little ditty from Mary Poppin’s chimney sweep friend, but I assure you, there is nothing dirty or British about this recipe (not that the two are synonymous!). I think of chimichurri sauce as an Argentinian version of pesto, but with parsley instead of basil. I […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Applesauce is awesomeness. I don’t ever remember hearing children’s song lyrics that explained this or country songs about missing it, but I’m pretty sure we can all agree that it is comforting and simple, sometimes sweet and sometimes tart and when you up or down, it just brings you back. This is a staple food for […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
My family loves to try new foods and experience new cultures. This time of year gives us plenty of opportunities to gather with friends and family for holidays and to celebrate spring. This crock pot dish, pronounces “tseh-miss”, is an eastern European side dish usually served at Jewish holiday meals, such as Passover, which begins […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Last night I cooked an entire crock pot of food with no intention of eating it anytime this week. This is the beauty of the crock pot! I know that next week I want to make a big batch of chicken soup. But, I don’t want it to be a day long project, I need […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.