Discussing Questions And Answers About Crock Pot Cooking Dog Food

Daniel asks…

What do I eat, i just moved?

I just moved to and i live alone, what are some meals i can prepare for myself, i have no experience in cooking

Jimmy answers:

Hot dogs (boil or microwave)
with Buns, Ketchup, and Mustard, and Relish
Kraft Mac and Cheese (It’s the Cheeziest)
Lean Cuisine
Tuna-Noodle Casserole
Pan-fried boneless/skinless chicken breast
with
Chopped Spinach and
Boiled Eggs
Fried Eggs
Bacon
Cat Food
Chunky Soups (all kinds)
Meatloaf
Tacos (Ortega Kit )
Spaghetti and Meatballs
Spaghetti and Sausage/Green Peppers
Spaghetti and Meat Sauce (brown hamburger -mix with a jar of sauce)
Barrilla Pasta is the only kind worth messing with BTW – you can’t ruin it.
Pulled Pork
Asian Stir-Fry
Spanish Rice
Haddock cooked in Celery Soup
Dried Beef Gravy over toast
Dried Beef Gravy over rice
Dried Beef Gravy over English Muffins
Dried Beef Gravy over Baked Potatoes
Hot sausage/peppers/onions/tomatoes cooked in a crock pot
Chili cooked in a crock pot
PIzza
Banquet frozen fried chicken
Swanson Hungry Man Turkey Dinner
Moo Goo Gai Pan
Pan-Fried Hamburgers
Pan-Broiled steak (as good as the grill)
Pan-Fried pork chops
Roast Leg of Lamb
Salmon Patties
Crab Cakes
Steamed Clams
Steamed Lobster
King Crab Legs
Popcorn (air popped)
Microwave Popcorn
Curried Shrimp
Curried Beef
Baked Ham
Baked Sweet Potatoes
French Fries
Black Beans and Rice
Red Beans and Rice
Boiled Dinner (Ham hocks, Cabbage, Potatoes and Carrots)
Polenta (Fried Mush)
Pancakes
Waffles
Funnel Cakes
Chocolate Cake
Distilled Water
Boiled Beef Tongue
Corned Beef and Cabbage
Vegetarian Burgers (Boca Burger)
Big Mac (McDonald’s – don’t try to cook this yourself)

David asks…

Are Quizno Sammies hot?

I am catering for a group of people and they want hot (warm) food. Does anybody know if it’s warm?

Jimmy answers:

I would get cresent rolls and wrap salami and cheese and bake those w dipping sauces..you can also add hot dogs or vienna sausages with those..

Warm chili?
Those little sausage in crock pot w barb q sauce?you just pour them in crock pot and add barb q..
There are great ideas on kraft.com

get a little crock pot melt velveeta cheese and cook hot sausage and have cheese sausage dip for tostitos.

Thomas asks…

Semi-vegetarian and I need to know what kinds of meat to buy and how to cook?

My boyfriend is a meat and potatoes kind of guy. I eat ground beef, but that is really about it. I just don’t like the taste of steak or beef. I am looking for certain cuts of beef that I can buy to keep on hand for when he come over and also easy preparation for them.
I say “semi-vegetarian” because that is how other people refer to me. I say that no, I am Not a vegetarian but when I tell people all I eat is hamburger they say, well that is pretty much a vegetarian. I am not looking to buy anything on-line.

Jimmy answers:

One piece of advice, don’t claim to be any sort of vegetarian here…semi- or otherwise because someone will be sure to come along and remind you that beef is meat and that vegetarians don’t eat meat, and they will insinuate that you don’t know what you are talking about. You will get a thorough label adjustment. I guess I just did it to you too. Hahha! The truth is though…if you want to eat mostly plants, and pick and choose occasional meats…you are allowed…but there will be many who think you should pin a word on your chest and then live by it. I say don’t.

I am a lot like you. I eat meat, but not loads of it. I have both ethical and health concerns about meat, and I am also not huge fan of handling raw meat to cook it. It kinda makes me a bit paranoid and I start cleaning everything. I eat a lot of ground beef too, and since you enjoy that, you should keep it on hand. You can do loads with it. If you want to vary that up a little, you can use ground turkey. It is a lot cheaper.

I also like smoked sausages. They are often horseshoe shaped, or they look like a fat hot dog. Hillshire Farm, Eckrich, Johnsonville, Butterball, etc make them. They are fully cooked and seasoned, and they are very versatile to add to lots of dishes, or you can grill, fry, bake, boil, nuke them. They are made of mixed meat usually, or you can get beef, or pork, or turkey only. My fav way to use these is to cut them into slices on the bias (basically a round coin shape only slanted) and then add them to pasta just before it is done to heat the meat up, drain and add a bag of frozen California mix (carrot, broccoli, cauliflower) or stir fry veggies, and add a jar of your fav pasta sauce. It is a very hearty, easy, and fast meal. You can have it done in the time it takes to cook a pot of pasta.

I don’t know if you like beef tenderloin or roast. I love them. Tenderloin is meant to be grilled or broiled…serve it like a steak…with baked potato, etc. Shoulder roast is super easy in a dutch oven or a crock pot. It is slow cooking but easy to prepare. It goes great with veggies that have been cooked with it, like carrots, potatoes, onions, etc. You can shred your leftovers, add barley or noodles, and make a nice soup with it.

Um…you might like beef better if you experiment with doneness. I hate rare meat, it makes me gag. But if it is only very slightly pink, or well done…I love it.

You may or may not find these suitable to your taste. As far as the rest of your inventory, ask your boyfriend and keep his fav items on hand. Then either leave them big so you can pick them out, or serve them to him and leave it out of your food.

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