Wednesday, September 22, 2010


Fall is on the way. It makes me think about using our crockpot more. Crockpots are really neat. You can load 'em up, and turn them on the next morning before heading out the door for work. When you get home, you can smell something good even before you get to the front door. The hard part is not getting into it for a bite or two before everyone else is home.

Here is one I like: Get several pork chops, some taters, and your favorite BarBQ sauce.(I use KC Masterpiece sauce.) Also get some crockpot liners. It makes clean up a lot faster.

OK, put the liner in the pot for the crock.(that kinda rhymes.) Take your chops out of the package, and place them in the crock pot. Now, clean and peel your taters, and cut into chunks. Or make them pretty and slice them. Place them in and around the chops. Take your bottle of sauce and pour over everything.

Now, you can do this the night before, and place in the fridge overnight and pull the pot out the next morning, put it in the crock, plug it in, set it on low. And take off for work.

When you get home your main course is done and ready to go. Make up a salad and a veggie, and you got a meal that will be hard to beat.

We never have any leftovers when we have this at home. In fact, you may want to do two chops per person after you try this the first time. Cook time is about 6 to 8 hours.

So thats it for the first FEED YOUR FACE.


  1. I love these porkchops, but I like them best when we have ice-cold potato salad with them instead.

    Hey -- we have pig-chops in the freezer so we could have these next week!

  2. I'm going to try this, sounds delicious. And also, I've NEVER heard of liners. I have a feeling I'm going to be Crocking a lot more in the future!! Thanks!


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