Slow Cooker Italian Beef sandwiches are a perfect summer sandwich. The meat cooks all day (leaving you free to play outside), and the results are tasty, filling and in this case, plentiful. You’ll end up with a bit more than 3 pounds of cooked beef and about a quart of tasty cooking liquid to enhance […]
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You can make this popular restaurant appetizer at home—it’s just as tasty (maybe even more!), easy and a favorite of most everyone whether they eat gluten-free or not…
A little bit sweet, a little bit spicy, and a lot of savory goodness is what you get with our Sweet & Spicy Chicken Thighs with Asian Vegetables. This recipe is easy to make in either the slow cooker or the Instant Pot. I tested many versions of this recipe in order to get it […]
This veggie-packed bowl of goodness tastes “restaurant good” and couldn’t be easier to make!
Whether you are headed to a holiday potluck or a New Year’s cocktail party, meatballs are ALWAYS a hit. Over the years, we have written many recipes for homemade meatballs as well as sauces. This recipe is the one that I make the most. These meatballs can even stand in for dinner serve alongside steamed […]
While pumpkin spice is certainly all the rage, we like actual pumpkin, too! The real thing cannot be beat in our opinion, especially when its tastiness is concentrated into our Slow Cooker Pumpkin Butter. Since the temperatures in Maine have finally begun to dip, we thought it was about time to share our Slow Cooker […]
Having the right staples on hand always makes dinnertime easier. Here are a few ideas…
Need a lot of hard-cooked eggs for coloring? Let your slow cooker “boil” them while you sleep…
Savory, cheesy and packed with spinach, this crustless, slow cooker quiche makes a tasty lunch, brunch dish or light supper entree.
Corned Beef and Cabbage has been a cherished family dinner as long as I can remember. My Irish grandmother made it for St. Patrick’s Day Dinner and through the years the tradition continued as a birthday dinner for my brother. My husband would happily eat corned beef twice a week if I cooked it. I […]