This mammoth beef “sangwich” could bounce a French dip on its knee. Put it in the slow cooker overnight, and prepare to wake up hungry.
Got bacon and a crockpot? Then you’re just four hours away from a condiment that could take your burgers, beans or biscuits to the next bacony level.
Take your Big Game-snacking to another level with a dip that sings with Frank’s hot sauce, blue cheese and lots of shredded chicken.
Break out your slow-cooker to make a tender, juicy pulled pork that’s delicious on sandwiches and corn cakes – and even better the next day.
Break out the linen napkins! This pot roast – cooked with carrots, onions, celery, red wine and tomatoes – turns dinner into something special.
This roast smells so good while it’s cooking, it’ll make your eyes roll back.
Serve this chili-like soup with a boatload of Fritos for a perfect cold weather (or tailgating) meal.