- Southern style Chicken Purlieu
Chicken and rice has always been great plate mates. Chicken Purlieu is an easy, tasty recipe that will satisfy a large family. There are many variations of this recipe and this one is mine. Using a slow cooker to prepare your chicken not only adds flavor, but makes the pieces nice and tender and easy to shred. See the recipe link below for this popular recipe.
- Ham bone soup
Ham bone soup is essentially taking the leftover portion of a baked ham with the bone and cooking for a long period of time to boil the meat off of the bone. In this process you extract all remaining flavor from the bone and any remaining meat. One great way of doing this is with a 7 quart crock pot. See the recipe link below for this wonderful recipe.
- How to make your own pulled pork
If you have a crock pot this is the easiest way to make pulled pork. There are a lot of variations on this recipe, but for those using a crock pot it's pretty goof proof. You can add a lot to this dish but for the basics, follow these simple instructions for a great southern meal. See the recipe link below for the instructions for this recipe. Great to bring to picnics and social gatherings too.
- Marry me pot roast
Whether you're single and trying to rope in that man, or you want to make sure the one you have appreciates you, this recipe will do the trick. Simple and easy and oh so good smelling, you'll have anyone eating out of the palm of your hand with this meal. When it comes to the ultimate one pot wonder, this recipe is the ultimate favorite among many families. Please view the link for this recipe below.
- Homemade Chicken soup
This recipe makes good use of a kitchen must have, the crock pot aka slow cooker. Using a few great short cuts you can have delicious homemade soup in no time and it is a great way to feed a large family, or to bring to a social gathering. Make up a large batch of this, freeze it, or take it to a friend that is under the weather. This recipe is so good it will make you want to be sick just to get to eat it. See the recipe link below.