For those who have to go off for the day, do you have a crockpot?
There's nothing nicer for the cook, than to come home to supper already
cooking, and ready to serve!
I grew up with my Mom's philosophy of "Waste Not, Want Not"
so here are some ways I practice that in the cooking arena.
Whenever I cook vegetables, I save the liquid, and when cool put it in the
refrigerator or freezer. Mom always said the best fed person in the
house was the kitchen drain!!!
So then when I'm ready to make soup or stew I have stock ready.
Even small amounts of leftover vegetables can be saved this way, and of course as we mention in our cookbook shredded squash or sweet potatoes, fresh or frozen, can be added to most everything.
With a little browned meat or chicken this assortment of flavors makes
a unique taste that one can't quite identify.
If you're thinking your mornings are too crowded to do this before you leave, just assemble in refrigerator the night before in a pan. Then in morning heat to a simmer on the stove top and pour in crockpot and cook all day on low.
Then you can come home to a warm, delicious bowl of Mystery Stew too !
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