I think this is like the 5th time I've posted here, but I love crockpot cooking because it's so easy even a tard like me can do it.
I tend to make a big meal on Sunday night for the following week.
Last week was:
1 lb lentils, 1 lb Slovacek beef sausage, half a pod of garlic chopped fine, lots of chopped celery and carrots (I had too many carrots in this, made it too sweet), 2 beef bullion cubes, low for 8 hours, serve over brown rice.
Also, my favorite crock bean recipe is: 1 lb pinto beans, 1 lb pork sausage, half a pod of garlic chopped fine, 1 medium yellow onion, 1 bunch cilantro, 1.5 teaspoon chicken bullion powder, low 8 hours, serve over white rice. This one tastes amazing.
edit: Oh yeah, I use a LOT of water in both these bean crocks. The broth is goooood
Pot roast is even easier. Just get a 4-5 lb roast, toss it in there on top a bed of whole, unscraped carrots, add a mixture of 1 can cream of something or other soup, water, and a packet of French Onion soup mix. Most of the time though I'll use two cans of cream of mushroom soup, causes the roast to break apart and turns it into more of a stew. I love this with those fancy grain breads.
For grins, I tried a recipe I found online to do crock pot pork ribs. Was a disaster.