Yummy Crockpot Or Slow Cooker Recipes That Are Economical For Families On A Budget

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This delicious treat is especially good during the cool fall days because it is a gammon in the slow cooker. You can simmer this recipe on the stove top in a covered pot, cook it slowly in a crock pot, or slowly braise it in a baking dish in the oven at 275 degrees.

It is referred to gammon joint as slow cooking because you put the food in and let it cook for two to sometimes as long as hours. At first glance, this doesn't seem like a benefit. You want fast food that's quick to cook, right? In actuality, this is great for busy people to save time and still have a great home cooked meal.

Waking up to the (much) cooler temperatures in Tampa was a bit of a shock to my system this morning, and I immediately thought about what I could throw in the crockpot to warm myself up and decrease the amount of time I'd need to spend in the kitchen. These Slow Cooker Buffalo Chicken Sandwiches fit the bill!

In preparation for duck season, I used the boat to access shoreline cattails which I loaded and used to brush up my duck blinds. By the time you're reading this I will have used my NuCanoe several times to negotiate the shallow backwaters well before sunup to access these blinds. Stay tuned for a duck hunting article next!