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    Quote Originally Posted by Meld85 View Post
    Lol I think the wincestesters mum is from supernatural?
    Glad it all came together... Nothing worse than onion juice on the eye... Except chilli juice of course😱
    I asked her today and yes it from supernatural. I should have known, she is a bit obsessed with supernatural, Dr Who and sherlock.

    Oh and ds1 tells me the chilli juice and doing racing off in hurry to do a number 1 without washing his hands is way worse...

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoveLivesHere View Post
    I asked her today and yes it from supernatural. I should have known, she is a bit obsessed with supernatural, Dr Who and sherlock.

    Oh and ds1 tells me the chilli juice and doing racing off in hurry to do a number 1 without washing his hands is way worse...
    Dp can testify to that one too! haha he ended up in the shower for an hour almost in tears one time. I tried to get him to soak it in a cup of milk but he said that would feel weird..

    I must give you @LoveLivesHere a huge thank you for directing me to that page a year or so ago now. I have learned so much and have cooked some really good food since that day! Way better than weird tasting stews and casseroles.

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    roast beef in the slow cooker 8 hours. Served with roast veggies. Leftovers were used for burritos.

    Chicken breast for 8 hours (pull apart) is also great for burritos and leftovers for sandwiches

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    Quote Originally Posted by DesperatelySeekingSleep View Post
    Dp can testify to that one too! haha he ended up in the shower for an hour almost in tears one time. I tried to get him to soak it in a cup of milk but he said that would feel weird..

    I must give you @LoveLivesHere a huge thank you for directing me to that page a year or so ago now. I have learned so much and have cooked some really good food since that day! Way better than weird tasting stews and casseroles.
    It's good site for recipes. I won't post my stuff to it though. I don't like the idea that you have to give recipe for that to make money off. Iykim.

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    Does anyone recommend putting corned beef into their slow cooker, instead of boiling it on the stove? I've always done it on the stove according to the directions on the bag but a friend said she puts her in the sc. Does it change the texture? Can it still be sliced or does it fall apart? I've only recently been given a sc so I'm still learning how to use it. Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoveLivesHere View Post
    It's good site for recipes. I won't post my stuff to it though. I don't like the idea that you have to give recipe for that to make money off. Iykim.
    Yep I get you. I don't think I've ever put my own recipes up on there but that's a good point. I love they are creating an app but unless it's free I won't be using it. I guess it's for similar reasons as you. They become so big and popular off the backs of other people but still want to make them same people pay to use the future app.

    In saying all that though it's you cooking up cakes and meals for a large family without an oven that I think of every time I pull my slow cooker out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dollypops View Post
    Does anyone recommend putting corned beef into their slow cooker, instead of boiling it on the stove? I've always done it on the stove according to the directions on the bag but a friend said she puts her in the sc. Does it change the texture? Can it still be sliced or does it fall apart? I've only recently been given a sc so I'm still learning how to use it. Thanks
    I do. I cook mine til it falling apart as that how my family likes it.

    You can do it serval ways.
    The bag directions
    Vinegar and sugar (my preferred way)
    Ginger ale
    Lemon and herbs etc..
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    Quote Originally Posted by DesperatelySeekingSleep View Post
    Yep I get you. I don't think I've ever put my own recipes up on there but that's a good point. I love they are creating an app but unless it's free I won't be using it. I guess it's for similar reasons as you. They become so big and popular off the backs of other people but still want to make them same people pay to use the future app.

    In saying all that though it's you cooking up cakes and meals for a large family without an oven that I think of every time I pull my slow cooker out.
    I do have a toaster oven and electric fry pan. Somethings just work better in the SC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dollypops View Post
    Does anyone recommend putting corned beef into their slow cooker, instead of boiling it on the stove? I've always done it on the stove according to the directions on the bag but a friend said she puts her in the sc. Does it change the texture? Can it still be sliced or does it fall apart? I've only recently been given a sc so I'm still learning how to use it. Thanks
    I believe there is a famous recipe which calls for cooking a corned beef in ginger beer apparently makes it taste lovely ☺️ - I haven't t tried it so cannot testify to the texture.

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    I'm going to try a small roast lamb today. I've seen some recipes that say to put it on top of potatoes/veg with a cup of water or stock. How do the veggies come out? Should I roast them separately?


 

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