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Here's a great slow cooker tip from a Taste of Home reader:
"I love spaghetti sauce, so I make a big batch in a 5-quart slow cooker. I don't add any meat or vegetables (except onions) while it's cooking. When it's done, I cool meal-sized portions and place them in freezer bags. This way, I can add various ingredients to the sauce to create different meals. Sometimes I use browned ground beef, other times sausage and pepperoni, and still other times clams or garden veggies. The possibilities are endless!"
—Stephen Hill, Reading, Pennsylvania
Great idea! What's your recipe?
That's a great idea. I love to use my slow cooker to make stock. Whenever I have a left over carcass from chicken or turkey I throw that in my slow cooker and add what ever seasonings and veggies i want. Then I let it cook over night on low. It makes a really great full flavor stock. Once cool, I portion it to what ever size freezer bags I need, usually in 2 cup portions. Freeze and I have plenty on hand.
I can't seem to find your recipe....can you post it, please?
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