With just six ingredients and 15 minutes of prep time, this fruit-topped pork chop dish will become a new weeknight favorite: http://www.bhg.com/recipes/slow-cooker/healthy/easy-healthy-slow-cooker-recipes/?socsrc=bhgpin052714fruitedporkchops&page=9
Try the 6-Hour Chili Recipe on Williams-Sonoma.com. This weekend looks like it is going to be cloudy and chilly, so this is my "go to" chili recipe. Excellent! Tweak it to your personal taste. I don't usually do mine in a slow cooker, but cook it slowly on top of the stove instead. I serve mine with cornbread muffins!!! You've got to do the cilantro, cheese, & sour cream. So good!
Slow-Cooker Asian Short Ribs--hands down, one of my family's favorite recipes AND so easy. I leave the veggies out and make them on the side, because the cabbage makes the house smell, and I like the veggies not to taste the same as the meat. Otherwise, follow the recipe!
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Recipe: Sante Fe Stuffed Peppers. 8 out of 10. I used ground chuck instead of turkey. I also bought microwaveable brown rice and added it to the mix. Did not use tomatoes. Tyler doesn't like them! Forgot cilantro but it didn't make that big of a difference. A very tasty dish I will be making again!
With colder nights and warmer days, it's cowboy weather. And where there's cowboys, there's chili. I think just about everyone must have their own chili recipe, but if you don't, it's easy to create a signature dish. If you keep your pantry stocked with staples, it's a cinch to put this together in about 30 minutes