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The easiest way to make dinner for the whole family.
I enjoy cooking fancy and festive meals for friends and family. To me, it’s a wonderful way of showing them that I really care about each and every one of them.
I really care about my husband and kids, too, but to be honest with you, on weeknights my meals tend to be a little more casual… Long workdays and schooldays, hobbies and house chores – there just aren’t enough hours in a day to slave away in the kitchen every single night! Thank goodness for my crock pot!
When I got my first slow cooker it was like a gift from God. It made my life so much easier, and I didn’t have to worry about all the hassle that usually comes from making dinner. I collected a good bunch of crock pot recipes and I was good to go!
Over the years I’ve gotten another slow cooker, as well. It’s awesome – I make the main dish in the large one while the dessert is cooking in the other one! My collection of recipes is pretty impressive these days, and this slow cooker chicken meal is one of my family’s favorites.
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Quick Tip: Try using your favorite seasoning mix for this!