January is National Slow Cooking Month
January is National Slow Cooking Month, and I fully intend to partake in celebrating as often as I can. I love, love, love my crock-pot. As someone who isn’t must of a chef, it makes it so easy to prepare great meals.
When I saw this month was for Slow Cooking, I knew I would share this observance. There are not only great books for the holiday, but amazing foods to enjoy. One I have been wanting to make is the slow cooker breakfast casserole. That is one way I will celebrate this month!
How do you intend to celebrate? Share some of your favorite recipes in the comments below!
I love mine too!
It makes life so much easier LOL Especially living full-time in the RV.
I’m a crock-pot user, particularly in the winter. Great for soups and stews!
Oh, I love that. My hubby isn’t much for soups, so I make them more hearty. That way he can have it on a plate while I enjoy it as a soup. LOL So versatile, yeah?
Very versatile. Yes, I sometimes add a little cornstarch, so a crock pot offering isn’t too “soupy.” That works well.
Okay, brace yourself for my Q: There’s no difference between a crockpot and a slow cooker, correct? (Or is there?). Ha!
That’s a great question, especially since an IntsaPot IS different.
Correct, a crock pot is essentially the same as a slow cooker.
The National Day Calendar is who carries the planner I’m using…it’s actually working for me! <—not very good with planners and that sort of thing
I really like them. They add tidbits of history and some resources. I love research and finding new books, so this is a fun way to do that. It’s also fun learning about the different holidays or traditions.
Me too. And I get recipes from places like Food Network and Taste of Home, etc., and there’s always slow-cooker recipes that look really good. Timewise, using a slow cooker really helps (usually I was just using to it make beans, but I’m planning on expanding my repertoire!). Anyway, that was kinda rambling, but I actually have gotten the calendar/desk calendar for a few years now (as a gift)! It is fun! 🙂
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