Just because you've decided to eat caveman food doesn't mean you can't cook it with space-age technology! Slow cooking is a great way to make those big chunks of meat nice and tender.
It will let your friends from Hawaii think you dug a pit in your backyard. You don't have to add cabbage if you don't want to.
A tender, savory exotic roast sure to melt in your mouth and impress the tourist at home!
A filling, slightly spicy slow cooker stew. After 8 hours simmering in apple juice and cinnamon, you better believe you'll have some flavorful chicken on your fork.
Oh good Lord, I love the moose. It is naturally sweet-ish. Get a big ol' chunk of moose meat and Crockpot the hell out of it... This recipe has become my favorite. Thing. Ever.
Only the most dedicated carnivores should attempt to eat this meaty bowl of red. Inspired by Craig Brandon's "Craig's Cold Snap Chili."
Almost like cider in meat form, this tasty slow cooker brisket makes a terrific autumn meal.
Toss just three ingredients in your slow cooker and you'll have sweet, delicious meat for sandwiches or anything else. Also includes tips to make gravy once the "cooking" is done.
The classic Cajun trio of onion, celery and green bell pepper gets tucked into a pork roast, to spread their tasty flavor during a full day of cooking. Don't worry, you don't have to stick around--your slow cooker does the work.
Simple fajitas slow-cooked while you're at work. Serve with warmed tortillas.
Tasty shredded chicken recipe that is great for tacos, burritos or quesadillas.
Get sophisticated with your slow cooker. This wine and apple-flavored stew has a gentle taste that's ideal for date night. Inspired by STEVIEC's "Apple & White Wine Chicken."
A simple, traditional lamb stew with plenty of flavor from fresh herbs.