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Crock Pot Question
November 17, 2010Posted by on
I’ve noticed that because of the holidays, many of those triple crock pots are on sale. Like, for the same price as a single crock pot (they’re usually around $100 or more. I’ve seen them for as low as $50). I’ve often thought they would be convenient to have, for parties.
And then the thought hit me . . . what if I used one for each meal of each day? Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner and sometimes Dessert? Would I save money? Would we eat out less? Would I find time to do other things that I really want to do (i.e. home school, train for a half marathon, keep up with the house, feed Hubs a warm meal for once)? Will I get burnt out? Can I do it? Will I finally find some food that my kids will eat BESIDES macaroni and cheese?
I think that the answer to all these questions is a big resounding YES!
While the use of a crock pot for a year isn’t a new one: A Year of Slow Cooking,
The use of a crock pot three times a day for a whole year might be. The internet is a vast arena for crock pot recipes. I have a few cook books and magazines. I think I can do it.
And I can write about it.
Would you read it? Would it give you ideas to feed your family better and more easily? What do you think? What parameters should I set for myself?
What do you think dear readers? Sound off.