A very hearty, thick stew you'll be dining on for days. Inspired by wsf's "Sabbath Stew."
If you choose chili for spiciness, stop here. This is the recipe for you. It's basic--just beef, onions, and tomatoes, and then a ton of spice. Keep beer, milk, or the fire extinguisher nearby. Inspired by Chef Tom's "Not For the Faint of Heart Chili."
If for some reason you aren't using your slow cooker to make meat, you can use it to make a big batch of tasty spiced cider.
Sweet and spicy Moroccan flavor stew up with chicken in your slow cooker.
Throw just four ingredients in your slow cooker in the morning. At lunchtime, these amazing sausage sandwiches are yours for the feasting.
These moist flavorful sandwiches will have everyone at your tailgate party begging for more. No one needs to know how easy they were.
Fall-off-the-bone pork covered in simple plum sauce. Easy enough to make for weeknight dinner, nice enough for holiday dinner.
Make this classic Thanksgiving side dish the easy way -- with a full day simmering in your slow cooker. Remember you have to soak the beans the night before.
Flavorful beans get a hearty hat--tasty from-scratch cornbread.
Simple slow cooker chili served over the new wonderfood with the funny name, quinoa.
A simple, easy stew that incorporates quinoa without losing any delicious meaty flavor. Inspired by wsf's "Sabbath Stew."
This dish, beloved by Russian czars, can be yours without having to lead men into battle or settle palace intrigues. Just dump some stuff in a slow cooker and go about your day.
Craving fall-off-the-bone pork? If you also love spice, this is the easy slow cooker recipe for you, friend.
The BBQ classic, pulled pork, with south of the border flavors like oregano, cumin, green chiles and cilantro. Serve on sandwiches or toss on tortillas.
Here's how to cook for a small Thanksgiving gathering and not miss a down of football. Tasty, classy turkey breast slow cooked with a full lineup of flavors.
Pineapple flavors these ridiculously easy ribs. Seriously--no reason you can't be eating ribs for dinner tomorrow.
If you've got the time, make French Dip sandwiches the easy way--in your slow cooker. For the dip (a.k.a. au jus), just use the leftover cooking juices. Any guy can make this.
This recipe is an adaption to southern pulled pork sandwiches, but it's made with chicken instead. It is made with only a few ingredients in the slow cooker so you will be surprised just how good it tastes. I've been making this for years and EVERYONE loves it, I am always asked for the recipe. You will be amazed at how good this is so you have to try it.
The perfect plan for the man cave or tailgate party: boneless ribs cook up in a delicious, smoky sauce. And your slow cooker does all the work, so you can focus on making your fantasy football picks.
An easy appetizer that cooks up in your slow cooker while you watch the game.