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    Quote Originally Posted by SirJW View Post
    OK - I gotta do this but I need a crock pot, any suggestions?
    A good ole' Rival Crock from Target for $20 will do you....
    "Quod tu es, ego fui, quod nunc sum et tu eris"

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    Happy wife = Happy life


    Mine is a Rival. The ingredients fill it exactly to the top.

    Since I have leftover onion, parsley, carrots etc., I'm gonna get another couple of ham hocks and another bag of peas and make some more!.

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    I did the same thing....make 2 batches. One for tummy now and one for tummy next week...freezer. Glad you guys digg it.
    "Quod tu es, ego fui, quod nunc sum et tu eris"

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    i just looked and saw it makes 8 servings. sounds like a perfect thing to make in late september before i deliver so i don't have to worry about cooking for a bit while i recover. i'll give it a test run some time before now and then though. it does sound delish.

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    Default Polish Vegetable Beef Soup

    2 carrots , sliced
    1 parsley root , diced
    2 celery stalks , diced
    1 leek , sliced
    1/4 small cauliflower , sliced
    1/2 cup green beans , cut up
    2 tablespoons butter
    1 cup water
    6 cups beef broth---homemade or canned

    Simmer the vegetables with butter in 1 cup water for 20 minutes. Add beef broth , simmer together 5 minutes. Serves 8.

    pete

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    Quote Originally Posted by SirJW View Post
    4 or 5 quart?
    I have a 4 but I would go bigger if I had to choose again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DougW8 View Post
    Checking out the recipe, it sounds great, and then I step outside and it is 90 plus degrees, and I think, soup? A good French Onion is damn tasty, but then again... 90 degrees? soup?.... and I'm thinking maybe I'll just file the recipe away until February.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SirJW View Post
    4 or 5 quart?
    Quote Originally Posted by nocturn View Post
    I have a 4 but I would go bigger if I had to choose again.
    Go big or go home!

    I think the one I have is a 6 1/2 quart oval with a lid strap and thermal carrying case. It's nice for cooking something up at home and then transporting it to work or a house party for consumption.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ImA1032 View Post
    Go big or go home!

    I think the one I have is a 6 1/2 quart oval with a lid strap and thermal carrying case. It's nice for cooking something up at home and then transporting it to work or a house party for consumption.

    Thats a nice rig. What did you pay for it? A crock you can stuff a whole bird in has got to be big.
    "Quod tu es, ego fui, quod nunc sum et tu eris"

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