That question would be easy to answer even if all you've ever done is make chicken stew with your slow cooker. It's just so easy and the food tastes better when cooked slowly and evenly in a crock pot.
We had a great time entertaining our family. We prepared a huge Christmas dinner and everyone ate at a large table in the living room overlooking the Christmas tree. The food was unbelievable. We prepared a delicious ham with pineapple glaze (a very large one at that), sweet potatoes, green bean casserole, mashed potatoes (homemade of course), beans, and for dessert we had apple pie and pumpkin pie. What was even more fun was that the Jewish holiday of Hanukkah sometimes fell on or right near Christmas. When this happened, we had the Menorah going the same time as the Christmas tree. When Hanukkah fell on Christmas, we would even prepare some dishes for that Holiday as well. Matzo ball soup and slow cooker beef joint were the biggest hits. I will say that we had a lot of leftovers after we had all finished.
I ended the bottle with two local cheeses. In the presence of a nutty, mild Provolone the Cabernet Sauvignon retained most of its characteristics but didn't meld well with the cheese. A marbled, yellow and orange Cheddar cheese flattened the wine.
Read through the manufacturer's instructions and guidelines to make sure you use your slow cooking brisket properly and that you know what the different settings are for.
If you want to prepare a quick meal, you should prep your produce when you get home. This means you should wash all of your produce before you put it away. If I'm going to have salads, I'll go so far as to rinse and then chop my lettuce. This cuts down on the time it takes to prepare quick and healthy meals.
The simple corned beef beef brisket fat content arose from humble beginnings. There are numerous variations of this basic recipe using different meats and vegetables. Such boiled dinners are easy to make and turn good cheap food into a hearty meal.
When I first tasted this wine without any food, I found it powerful and multi-layered with good length. My initial meal consisted of slow cooking beef ribs with potatoes. I tasted earth and mushrooms in the wine. A little wine went a long way. There was some chocolate, dark cherries and tobacco. This Pinot Noir was really present. I added a fair amount of Louisiana red pepper sauce and the chocolate taste was intensified. The side dish was an unspicy Turkish salad based on sweet pimentos, tomato paste, and hot peppers. The wine was still present and quite long.
My final meal began with tomatoey barbecued chicken wings. This Primitivo was round and mouthfilling. I had the impression that the wine melted into the wings. Next was barbecued chicken breast in an almost identical sauce. My reaction was basically the same but the wine became more acidic and I tasted tobacco as well. The side dish was one that I really enjoy, potatoes roasted in chicken fat. Now plums came to the fore. A fresh tomato didn't faze the Primitivo at all; the wine was acidic, musky, and tasty. Although this is not a dessert wine, I paired it with two desserts. In the face of delicate almond meringue cookies the wine was not very expressive; it was round, light, and tasted of cherries. When it met fruit juice candy the wine was quiet, perhaps because it was overwhelmed.
This year the Bash also welcomes a variety of local & regional artists to the Maryland State BBQ Bash. Please visit The Bash Gallery on Thomas Street. If you come earlier on Saturday before 12 noon you can participate in the Bel Air Farmers Market that is celebrating 35 years!
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