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    Beef roast & potatoes here tonight.

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    Leg of lamb with garlic and rosemary with lots of potatoes.

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    Potatoes wrapped in foil- baked spuds for tea tonight!

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    Potatoes wrapped in foil- baked spuds for tea tonight!
    Will be doing this in a few minutes. Thank you for the inspiration and the reminder to do something

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    Lamb shoulder with honey, rosemary and garlic.
    This will be my first proper slow cook attempt.
    I bought a new slow cooker and am trying it for the first time! Wish me
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    Quote Originally Posted by GucciDahling View Post
    Lamb shoulder with honey, rosemary and garlic.
    This will be my first proper slow cook attempt.
    I bought a new slow cooker and am trying it for the first time! Wish me
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    Good luck.

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    It was ok. The meat fell off the bone, not dry or anything like that.
    I think I used too much liquid. It was more like boiled lamb than slow cooked I think

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    Quote Originally Posted by GucciDahling View Post
    It was ok. The meat fell off the bone, not dry or anything like that.
    I think I used too much liquid. It was more like boiled lamb than slow cooked I think
    I don't put any liquid in when doing a roast. I find it much better that way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoveLivesHere View Post
    I don't put any liquid in when doing a roast. I find it much better that way.
    I'll try this next time! I thought a slow cooker needed some liquid but if not, even better!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GucciDahling View Post
    I'll try this next time! I thought a slow cooker needed some liquid but if not, even better!
    No especially when baking cakes etc... that when you put a tea towel under the lid


 

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