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from Jamie Oliver

6-hour slow-roasted pork shoulder

Jamie Oliver's proper old-school Sunday roast pork with crackling!

from Jamie Oliver

Sweet & spicy beer can chicken

Sweet & spicy beer can chicken | Jamie Oliver | Food | Jamie Oliver (UK)

This Slow Cooker Red Lentil Soup came out great and it could not be easier! Diverse and rich flavors the whole family will love.

from BBC Good Food

Sam's toad in the hole

Toad in the hole Use a good quality sausage or even try the sausage with leek or herbs for a different taste. A great classic winter dish.


Crock Pot Leg of Lamb

Crock Pot Leg of Lamb from I love the flavour combination of lemon, garlic and herbs with lamb and this recipe fulfills my taste buds' expectations! This is not meant to be a roast, but is meant to be fall apart soft - almost like a Mediterranean flavoured "pulled lamb". Made this for dinner tonight and it was amazing

Beef Sausages & Balsamic Tomatoes. This is one of my favorite weeknight meals. Add fresh hot crusty bread and you have a really easy meal that makes you look like a 5 star chef

from rica's recipes

Slow Cooked Pulled Beef Sandwiches (crockpot)

Pulled beef in crockpot...Tried 6/27/13... This turned out really well, very delicious. There is a lot of sauce and it's not as thick as I thought it would be, but this turned out really good. I used half babay ray's hickory and brown sugar and half original.

from The Country Cook

3-Packet Slow Cooker Pot Roast

'3-packet pot roast. It's all over Pinterest, so despite not being a fan of pkts of stuff (except 'Good Seasons' Italian: better than ANY bottled, hands down), nor of ranch (sacrilege, I know...), I'm going to try it, tonight.' OMG - this is GOOOOD! It tastes close to my 'Roast Indies' recipe! Watch your crockpot time - mine was fall-apart ready in 5.5 hrs. I flipped the roast every hr or so,

from Jamie Oliver

Quick steamed treacle pudding

Quick steamed treacle pudding. This is tasty - just be careful not to overcook or it becomes rubbery!