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    A leg of lamb covered in @BornToBe 's curry sauce. House smells amazing! ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1452374408.477592.jpg

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    Mexican chicken for tortillas.

    Chicken strips, onion, red and green capsicum with Mexican spices and salsa sauce on auto for 6 last hour with the lid off. Served with sour cream and grated cheese.
    It twas very yummy

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    Mongolian beef today

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    Sweet lamb curry. I'm excited to try this one as it's supposed to be one of the top 5 most popular recipes on the SCC site. I think it just may live up to its hype as even the raw ingredients I just put into the SC smell good!!

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    Roast beef with potatoes and carrots.

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    I'm so impressed with your slow cooker use @HeavenBlue !

    I've made sweet and sour chicken and a Thai peanut chicken the past 2 nights. I'm not planning on using it much (apart from maybe sides) for then next week or two, but I just got the food shopping delivered so am about to do a couple of dump bags and freeze of honey soy chicken.

    I just got a second freezer and mostly thanks to my slow cooker I've got about 30 meals worth in there. Some cooked and just need defrosting and reheating, others are dump bags. I'm looking forward to a couple of months of minimal cooking after DS3 is born soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shani2 View Post
    I'm so impressed with your slow cooker use @HeavenBlue !

    I've made sweet and sour chicken and a Thai peanut chicken the past 2 nights. I'm not planning on using it much (apart from maybe sides) for then next week or two, but I just got the food shopping delivered so am about to do a couple of dump bags and freeze of honey soy chicken.

    I just got a second freezer and mostly thanks to my slow cooker I've got about 30 meals worth in there. Some cooked and just need defrosting and reheating, others are dump bags. I'm looking forward to a couple of months of minimal cooking after DS3 is born soon.
    Thank you but for me it's mostly out of necessity! Firstly my DS has been super clingy and won't let me prepare anything let alone cook and secondly it's been so hot.... We don't have air con and we have one of those big gas stoves so it literally gets too hot inside to cook so I chuck stuff in the slow cooker and let it cook outside.

    I'm equally impressed with your effort!! I've been telling DP we need a big freezer so I can do the same!! Would make life so much easier!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HeavenBlue View Post
    Thank you but for me it's mostly out of necessity! Firstly my DS has been super clingy and won't let me prepare anything let alone cook and secondly it's been so hot.... We don't have air con and we have one of those big gas stoves so it literally gets too hot inside to cook so I chuck stuff in the slow cooker and let it cook outside.

    I'm equally impressed with your effort!! I've been telling DP we need a big freezer so I can do the same!! Would make life so much easier!!
    It's seriously the most awesome thing I have ever bought. Kept my eye out on gumtree and eventually found a stand up one (as opposed to the chest ones) for $150 and only about 3 yrs old!! So stoked, and the guy had 4 calls after mine and realised he'd underpriced it but didn't mind as he just wanted it gone as they didn't need it. And despite all that food in there, I've still got 2 1/2 shelves full so going to go on a baking fest for the kids

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    Quote Originally Posted by shani2 View Post
    It's seriously the most awesome thing I have ever bought. Kept my eye out on gumtree and eventually found a stand up one (as opposed to the chest ones) for $150 and only about 3 yrs old!! So stoked, and the guy had 4 calls after mine and realised he'd underpriced it but didn't mind as he just wanted it gone as they didn't need it. And despite all that food in there, I've still got 2 1/2 shelves full so going to go on a baking fest for the kids
    I'm so incredibly envious! I love doing massive cooks/bakes and freezing. All that spare space!!

    😂 The things we get excited over! Imagine if our high school selves heard what we were talking about!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HeavenBlue View Post
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    If you wanted to read any further just go to the site and search creamy garlic chicken and this should be the first recipe to pop up.
    I'm trying this tonight! Smells delicious so far! An joy to go!

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