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    Topic: Slow Cooker Chicken

    5 Mom-Approved Recipes for Busy School Nights
    4 minute read Written by Hamilton Beach on September 28, 2018

    Working in the same department that’s home to the Consumer Test Kitchen and Everyday Good Thinking could not have aligned more perfectly with my current life situation. I have two small boys - ages 4 and 7 - and a family calendar that’s always...

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    Easy Chicken & Rice Soup
    2 minute read Written by Hamilton Beach on March 3, 2017

    When you’re meal planning for the week ahead, it’s always a good idea to throw a soup recipe into the mix.

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    Family-Style Dinner: Slow Cooker Balsamic Chicken
    2 minute read Written by Hamilton Beach on January 17, 2017

    Being from an Italian family means there’s balsamic vinegar on the kitchen counter and the dining room table at all times. Whether I’m using it to dress a simple caprese salad or making a balsamic reduction to top my protein of the day, it...

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    Center Stage: Lemon Pepper Chicken from Fit Slow Cooker Queen
    3 minute read Written by Guest Author on August 9, 2016

    A lot of people put their slow cookers away once spring or summer comes. Why? Are you not just as busy during the summer? If anything during the summertime I find a) it’s too hot to be in the kitchen slaving over a stove and b) while I like to...

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    Slow Cooker Rotisserie-Style Beer Can Chicken
    3 minute read Written by Hamilton Beach on June 29, 2016

    Who hasn’t stopped by the grocery store on their way home and picked up a rotisserie chicken? We’ve all done it. We aren’t denying it’s an easy solution if you’re pressed for time or want an easy, pre-cooked protein to use in meals throughout the...

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    5 Soothing, Staple Soups for Cold & Flu Season
    4 minute read Written by Hamilton Beach on March 10, 2016

    It’s that time of year again. Flu season (and therefore, soup season) is back. Offices are empty, the kids are staying home from school, and pharmacies and doctors offices are packed to the brim.

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