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January 24, 2012


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Those ribs look delish!!! Might be making that this weekend :)

Those pictures look good! I may have to get me a new crock pot just for the heck of it. I love to cook!

Oh great. Now I'm going to have to go start a whole slow cooker board on Pinterest. Let the time sucking begin!

@Bunny, I'd be in trouble if I put a rib in a crockpot with my husband around. He's the griller/smoker pro. But now, at least I know I don't have to wait on him to grill if I ever wanted to sneak and make them myself. lol

@Bridget, I just ordered a cute little 1.5qt crockpot on Amazon for my oatmeal. Yes, there's a crock pot movement happening here.

@ Leigh Ann, Pinterest and the time-sucking! Oy! I'll look for you over there and follow your board. :-)

About the ingredients filled zips, does it not go stale as the meat and veggies mix together?

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