Slow Cookers

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Slow Cookers

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originally a starblvd post by MEF, Dec/22/2003 13:21:47 [-05 EST]

I have just bought a slow cooker for my parents. Although I have never used one myself, the concept of putting in ingredients and leaving them to cook without constant attention sounds really appealing ( especially for anyone who doesn't relish the idea of spending a lot of time in the kitchen). Does anyone here have experience (good or bad) with slow cookers?
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lamb shanks in slow cooker?

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originally a starblvd post by CAM, Jan/9/2004 12:06:19 [-05 EST]

Has anyone on the list done lambshanks in a slow cooker? I am imagining that slow cooking on "low" might be ideal for the slow braising part of the process. One would need quite big one, though, which I see they are selling these days. Slow cookers are not as cheap as they used to be, though!
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drooling

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originally a starblvd post by blm, Jan/11/2004 09:05:11 [-05 EST]
related page: rules http://www3.sympatico.ca/redfish/blmrules.html

CAM, I started drooling just from reading your title.

I haven't done lamb shanks in a slow cooker, but recently I did lamb shanks in a very slow oven, and they were absolument fantastique*.

*hehehe
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re: rules

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originally a starblvd post by llizard, Jan/11/2004 12:57:21 [-05 EST]
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I don't really like the idea of slow cooked lamb. But I do like the idea of slow cooked pork or beef.... We recently did shortribs in a very slow oven - wonderful!

Jag déteste Lammfleisch!

*hahahahahaha >%^7^^^7^^
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alternative to lambshanks

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originally a starblvd post byCAM, Jan/12/2004 17:50:28 [-05 EST]

one could do veal shanks instead
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