If anyone has favorite, fail-safe recipes they would like to share with me, I'm looking for some. It's not that I don't have like 10 cookbooks up in the cabinet, but no one has TRIED those. I like cooking stuff that I KNOW to be good and easy before I start. I'm tired of my usual 5-6 recipe rotation.
Now, let me offer MY qualifications for a good recipe: (beggars can be choosers???)
1. You can either do it in the slow-cooker or it can be prepared (not necessarily ready, but at least prepared) within 30-40 minutes.
2. It tastes good, but is not so bad for you that you feel guilty about it for the next two weeks. (I'm okay with using sour cream and mayo... I can just use the lite version... I'm happy with most anything as long as there is a way to modify it to semi-healthy)
3. The list of ingredients would be things you already have around or would be easy to find in the grocery store (and I mean the REAL grocery store, not any of this "go to the health food store" or "they only carry this at Harris Teeter" kind of stuff. No offense, but I'm not interested in another disastrous grocery store trip where I end up wanting to physically hurt someone).
If you want to leave them in the comments, that would be great or you can email me.
(Well, more ladies than guys, I'm sure. Not trying to be sexist, just realistic)