Now that I’m back at the cabin after visiting my daughter, son-in-law, and my cute little granddaughters, I’m cooking up a storm in my Rival Crock-Pot. They were gracious to give me full access to the kitchen and the slow cooker for my 30-day recipe project.
My daughter’s cooking in her big KitchenAid slow cooker mostly involves appetizers that she makes for her CARES teams. She makes the best caramel apples. I had fun helping her unwrap the caramels. I’m so proud of her. She is great at planning meals and appetizers for the CARES team events, and she is such a good mom and prepares nutritious meals for the girls. Check out the recipe I posted if you’re interested in making it.
At the cabin, I looked in the pantry for foods on hand. Wow! Not much there. The first meal I made was a chicken corn chowder (of course, in the slow cooker). I recalled eating the hobo chili at the fall hobo parties we had at the church my dad used to pastor in Center, Texas when I was a kid. Everybody brought [Read more…]