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Bring on the Crock Pot

With these recipes, bring on the crock pot to make something extra special for dinner.

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Brisket of Beef

Nothing says comfort like beef brisket, cooked slowly for hours until it's tender and juicy. The tempting aroma will fill your home and bring the family to the table ready for dinner.
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Chicken Stew with Mushrooms and Red Wine

This luscious stew made in a slow-cooker steals a bit from the traditional French recipe for Coq Au Vin. Chunks of chicken, bacon, tender mushrooms, onions, garlic, and herbs, gently simmered in red wine and our roasted chicken stock, come together beautifully to make a hearty dish perfect for a chilly evening.
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Slow-Cooked Chicken with 40 Cloves of Garlic

It sounds crazy to cook chicken with so much garlic, but, trust us, the garlic sweetens and mellows as it is slowly braised in the Crock Pot, turning into a rich, aromatic sauce. This is our version of a classic French dish.
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Slow-Cooked Chicken with Baby Potatoes

A great one-dish meal: chicken, potatoes, mushrooms, escarole, and roasted red peppers simmered in a savory mixture of white wine and our Ready-to-Use Chicken Stock, with a whiff of tarragon.
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Slow-Cooked Country Beef Stew

An old-fashioned beef stew made with ease in your Crock Pot.
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Slow-Cooked Hungarian Goulash

Known as gulyás in Hungary, this stew seasoned with paprika, caraway seeds, and a hint of lemon is a tasty tradition. Served with buttered egg noodles and topped with sour cream, it's a great reward to have waiting for you in your Crock Pot at the end of a long day.
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Slow-Cooked Hunter-Style Chicken

Mushrooms, tomatoes, and red wine make a savory, chunky sauce for braised chicken in this classic dish. Serve it with a side of roasted garlic mashed potatoes for a hearty dinner.
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Slow-Cooked Italian Meat Sauce

A classic Italian ragu--a rich, full-bodied sauce with beef, veal, pork, crushed tomatoes, spices, wine, and a whisper of cream to finish it. Perfect served over pasta, maybe with a glass of red wine, for a cold winter evening.
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Slow-Cooked Italian-Style Chuck Roast with Tomato Sauce

Pot roast with an Italian flair--a flavorful sauce of tomatoes, red wine, garlic, and a sprinkling of fresh rosemary.
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Slow-Cooked Lamb and Beans

Lamb shanks are gently cooked in white wine with tomatoes and white beans and served up with an accent of fresh herbs and lemon.
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Slow-Cooked Lamb Shanks with Gremolata

Gently braised in our classic lamb stock with red wine, tomatoes, olives, and herbs, this succulent lamb gets a zesty kick from gremolata, the traditional Italian condiment made from lemon peel, garlic, and fresh parsley.
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Slow-Cooker Lentil Vegetable Soup

This tasty lentil soup makes a hearty, healthy meal, and it couldn't be easier to make--quickly sauté some vegetables and add them with the remaining ingredients to your slow cooker.
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Spicy Black Bean Chili

A complex, smoky chili flavored with spices, coffee, cocoa, and peppers slowly simmered in your Crock Pot. Serve it with a buffet of toppings for a Tex-Mex feast!
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Tina's Slow-Cooked Meat Minestrone

Here’s a great recipe for a cold weather day, shared with us by a family member of MTG. Tim, also known as “Tina” (we don’t know why) carries a bit of MTG in his backpack on his annual trip to a cabin in Wisconsin. We’re told he also packs a brew or two (it is Wisconsin, after all). After a long day of trekking, fishing, and sometimes hunting, Tina and his buddies return to a cabin filled with the wonderful, inviting aromas of this slow-cooked dish. You don’t have to go to a cabin in Wisconsin to enjoy this nourishing meal. A crusty roll is a nice complement, too. Try it and tell us what you think. We’ll be sure to pass your comments on to Tina.
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Classic French Stocks and Sauces