crock pot

Dump & Run Kitchen Strategies Class

Date:  to be scheduled

Time:  9:30-1 pm

Place:  Darla’s House in Wayne, PA
(address and directions to be provided after registration)

Cost:  $40 (which includes dinner for 4)
(credit card and PayPal)


Who doesn’t love to eat? The absolute best thing at the end of a work day is walking in the house, taking a whiff, and remembering that dinner is already made.

Sniff.  Can you smell that?

French country chicken.
Chicken & vegetable soup.
Chicken parmesan.
Even rice pudding.
Mmm, they all sound good. and they smell even better.

Save money and create healthy meals by using fresh or frozen ingredients.  The absolute best part is that it is very, very hard to burn things in the crock-pot.  Not impossible, but very hard.  hey usually only have two cooking levels, low and high, so they are super simple to use.  Because they cook with moist heat, they cook meat and vegetables (even desserts) to a tender consistency, creating fabulous comfort foods.  Cooking an entire dish together allows for blending of flavors that you might not get with quick cooking methods.  They are designed to cook all day, so you can safely be out of the house while the pot does the cooking for you.  By learning how to prep and assemble meals in about 10 minutes (less time than you would spend at the drive through window), you can have a healthy home cooked meal.

I’ll be sharing my favorite crock-pot recipes, tips, and kitchen and pantry organizing show & tell at my home on Saturday, February 11, 9:30-1.  The best part is that you get to take home what you cook.   You must reserve your spot in advance and bring your own crock-pot to this intimate and tasty Clear Path Strategies”Dump & Run Kitchen Strategies”  session.  The session will take place on a Saturday morning, to accommodate busy working folks.

Register now for the session and receive:

  • The Ten Commandments of Crock-Pot cooking
  • A mini cookbook with recipes for all dishes demonstrated
  • Dinner For 4:  Assemble one dish for each participant, which you can complete cooking at home for dinner that evening (you must provide your own crock-pot)
  • A discussion of kitchen and pantry organizing tips.  You get to peek in the drawers and pantry of a CPO to help you learn how to make dinner prep easier at your home.

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