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Footiechick, what size did you end up getting to do the two of you??

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I wouldn't mind if it was slightly too big right enough

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as I freeze everything for later consumption anyway smile.gif

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Footiechick, what size did you end up getting to do the two of you??

I wouldn't mind if it was slightly too big right enough as I freeze everything for later consumption anyway smile.gif

I got a 3.5L one. I also looked at a 5L but it was just too big.

The 3.5L is ample for 4 portions I would say.

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I'm having this one, Mr X.

I got a 3.5L one. I also looked at a 5L but it was just too big.

The 3.5L is ample for 4 portions I would say.

Fnarr.

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Sorry, sorry, not been online much... have got some BBQ sauce sorted out, so we'll be having that tomorrow I think :)

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I'm having this one, Mr X.

Fnarr.

Feel free ... ooo-er missus

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Sorry, sorry, not been online much... have got some BBQ sauce sorted out, so we'll be having that tomorrow I think smile.gif

My mission is to perfect pulled pork and once mastered will post the recipe

Edit..Cue the double entendres from Lyn Marie and MrX

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My mission is to perfect pulled pork and once mastered will post the recipe

Edit..Cue the double entendres from Lyn Marie and MrX

No, no. You're free to pull your pork as much as you want without comment fro .... aaah, no I cant do it snigger snigger

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This all has to stop. Slow cookers are now old hat. It's all about pressure cookers now. Does what a slow cooker does, but does it far more quickly with the only apparent downside being a slight sense of unease when you are in the same room as it growling away in the background. It's the cooking equivalent of Russian roullette.

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This all has to stop. Slow cookers are now old hat. It's all about pressure cookers now. Does what a slow cooker does, but does it far more quickly with the only apparent downside being a slight sense of unease when you are in the same room as it growling away in the background. It's the cooking equivalent of Russian roullette.

Away and take your shite with you. Having your dinner ready when you get in through the door is the future.

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This all has to stop. Slow cookers are now old hat. It's all about pressure cookers now. Does what a slow cooker does, but does it far more quickly with the only apparent downside being a slight sense of unease when you are in the same room as it growling away in the background. It's the cooking equivalent of Russian roullette.

Away and start you own P&BPCOC then and we'll see how many members you get for your hissing demons !!

We can take you on in a cook-off !..."Come and have a go if you think your tender enough"

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This all has to stop. Slow cookers are now old hat. It's all about pressure cookers now. Does what a slow cooker does, but does it far more quickly with the only apparent downside being a slight sense of unease when you are in the same room as it growling away in the background. It's the cooking equivalent of Russian roullette.

Surely, if slow cookers are old hat, pressure cookers are old, old hat?

Or are we living in the 70's? Fondue anyone?

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Surely, if slow cookers are old hat, pressure cookers are old, old hat?

Or are we living in the 70's? Fondue anyone?

Yeah, and just chuck your car keys in that bowl there...

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Surely, if slow cookers are old hat, pressure cookers are old, old hat?

Or are we living in the 70's? Fondue anyone?

Who does fondue ?

D'you do fondue ?

I do

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Chicken and bacon casserole

Ingredients

1 tablespoon vegetable oil

2 chicken portions

1 rasher smoked streaky bacon

1 chopped onion

½ clove garlic, crushed (optional)

1 carrot, diced

1 stick celery, cut in 5mm slices

1 tablespoon plain flour

225ml chicken stock

1 tablespoon tomato puree

salt and pepper to taste

Preparation method

1. Heat the oil in a large pan and brown the chicken oil all sides.

2. Transfer to the slow cooker bowl.

3. Add the bacon, onions, garlic (if using), carrots and celery and gently fry for about 4 minutes.

4. Stir in the flour and then gradually add the stock, tomato puree and seasoning.

5. Bring to the boil stirring continuously. Pour over the chicken.

6. Cook for 6 – 8 hours on low.

Serving suggestion

Adjust seasoning after cooking and serve with new potatoes. If the sauce is too thin, transfer to a pan and thicken using a little cornflour

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We have one and love it. There is a great Ribs recipe that we always cook in it, the meat really does just fall off the bones, and the sauce is fantastic. Mostly we use it to make stews and things, like everyone else does, and the last thing we make a lot is a "triple chocolate hot chocolate" - especially in the winter.

I'd definitely recommend everyone that enjoys home cooked food to buy one.

p.s. thanks for that chicken and bacon recipe reina, thatll be the next one i try :D

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Chicken and bacon casserole

Ingredients

1 tablespoon vegetable oil

2 chicken portions

1 rasher smoked streaky bacon

1 chopped onion

½ clove garlic, crushed (optional)

1 carrot, diced

1 stick celery, cut in 5mm slices

1 tablespoon plain flour

225ml chicken stock

1 tablespoon tomato puree

salt and pepper to taste

Preparation method

1. Heat the oil in a large pan and brown the chicken oil all sides.

2. Transfer to the slow cooker bowl.

3. Add the bacon, onions, garlic (if using), carrots and celery and gently fry for about 4 minutes.

4. Stir in the flour and then gradually add the stock, tomato puree and seasoning.

5. Bring to the boil stirring continuously. Pour over the chicken.

6. Cook for 6 – 8 hours on low.

Serving suggestion

Adjust seasoning after cooking and serve with new potatoes. If the sauce is too thin, transfer to a pan and thicken using a little cornflour

Looks good, will have to try that one.

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