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August 03, 2009


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Jen @ MaplenCornbread

My crockpot is a saveur again and again! I love it on special busy days! I plan to stick an organic whole chicken in mine tomorrow and use the leftovers the rest of the week!

Beef pot roast is just a classic for me too, pure goodness and reminders of my childhood everytime I make it.

What a wonderful market you have that sells local organic beef!!!!! :)


Oh man I'm doing this in the winter... Fab!


Those potatoes look so fresh on your chopping board!
We don't have a traditional Sunday dinner per se, but much of the time we'll have a big salad and a glass of wine :)


Slow cookers are great!! And what a delicious looking meal!! Makes me want some pot roast and I'm not even a big fan of it. :D

Michelle @ No Time to Weight

My dh would go nuts for that dinner! (He's British :-) We try to do Sunday dinners and usually it's roast chicken, veg, Yorkshire pudding and gravy.

When the weather cools a bit, I am definitely going to try your recipe - the slow cooker is right up my alley!


am I the only one living in HEAT???

you are killing me with all these BEAUTIFUL dishes.... we grill outside or we eat cereal...heating up the kitchen seems like a crime right now!

(but it was still in the 90's after 8pm)
I am logging these recipes for FALL!!!


I too cook with grass fed beef. Whenever I make Pot Roast, I get my meat from La Cense Beef. I work with La Cense but our beef is 100% grass fed and is lower in calorie and fat as opposed to traditional grain fed beef. I am happy to see that you also enjoy the benefits of grass fed beef!

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