Saturday, January 16, 2010


and a New Year's Resolution...
slow down... very public apology to Tina...November's winner...I am so sorry that in the midst of my chaotic life, I forgot to send your get a BONUS package, too!
and now for Decembers' winner...I will put all followers that signed up by Dec. 31st...and draw that one at the same time as January's winner...and I will draw the names on the 31st...
as for the resolution?
I have decided that I cannot go on with life like last year(too, too busy!) to remind me often to "slow down" what did I buy?
A crockpot!
so...I am looking for fabulous crock pot recipes that can be cooking while I am working!!! all recipes received will go in to a drawing for a Lisa Souers necklace...that I carry in the store! can email me recipes to my email address, just crock pot recipes...
and...Tina, again, thanks for your patience! Your package will go out Monday!

(by the way, that is my dog Cinderella asking for petting...does she have attitude or what?)
P.S. I will let you know my other "slow down" ideas in future blogs...


Tina Schiefer said...

If you like this type of food, this is the EASIEST crockpot recipe EVER!!!

Chicken breasts - halved or strips, frozen or thawed

Jar of your favorite salsa

Put chicken in the crock pot. Pour salsa in to cover.

Cook all day.

Serve with rice or roll up in tortillas with other toppings of your choice - cheese, beans, sour cream, lettuce, tomato, avocado, etc...

Easy, Peasy and tasty!!!

Freezes well too!

Keep in mind, I love to cook, so this is a so-simple break from the mainstream...

Tina Schiefer said...

Glad to hear that mine is NOT the only busy LIFE. Days, no MONTHS, just seem to keep flying by.

No apologizes necessary....I completely understand.

Congrats on your crockpot. I use mine all the time. Chocolate fondue, soups, even (don't laugh) for Spaghettios/Mini-Ravioli for boys' potlucks. The other moms scoff, but it's always the first crockpot to empty!!! Go figure!


I hope you will share some of your recipes for crock pot cooking.
Love your Cinderella and of course she needs to be petted and given a TREAT!!
Deb :)

melissadc76 said...

Another very easy one, but my family loves it (didn't sound good to me at first, but it is SO good)

Boneless Pork Loin, sliced like Pork Chops (you can use bone in, but I like it better without)

A family sized can of Mushroom Soup

Cook all day.
Serve on top of white rice
(sometimes I serve with baked potatoes)

Andy's Attic said...

Slowing down can be difficult to do in this day and age. However, it is sooooo worth the effort. I just try to remember that no one is promised a tomorrow. Cinderella is a doll!

Deb said...

What a sweetie Cinderella is ♥

she dreams big! said...

I sent you a crockpot recipe. Let me know if you didn't get it. It is a delicious one!