This is another version of the same bag. The possibilities are literally endless!
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|3-4 pound chicken with giblets and neck removed. Seasoned with adobo and parsley.|
|My bird fit snugly in the pot. If you wish to do a larger chicken, you will need to use a larger slow cooker.|
|This is what it looks like after 7 hours on low. I put it in at 11am and we ate around 6pm. My chicken was partly frozen when I put it in. If you want the meat to fall off the bone, cook it longer. My family prefers it like this.|
|Quarter your pumpkin. I have the best luck using a made-for-kids pumpkin carving knife. It's not sharp, but it cuts pumpkins and squash better than any utensil I've tried. Then take a spoon and scoop out the guts. Be sure to save the seeds for toasted pumpkin seeds!|
|Lay your pumpkins cut-side down on a large baking sheet then cover loosely with foil.|
|Bake pumpkins at 350 degrees for 1-1/2 hours, or until they are golden and are easily pierced with a fork.|
|You can see the color has changed and the flesh is easily scooped out.|
|A close up of the single crochet edging. Row one is in the cafe late followed by one row of green.|
Classic Giant Granny Square Afghan
3 jumbo-sized skeins of yarn (you will have some extra but not too much)
size I hook
needle to weave ends
Shell -three double crochets together in one space
1. Begin by chaining four. Put your hook in the furthest chain from the hook and slip stitch. Pull to make a circle.
2. Chain 2. Double crochet two into the space. Chain two. Double crochet 3, chain two. Repeat this two more times. Once you have four groups of three double crochet chain two, slip stitch to connect. Slip stitch to the corner.
3. Chain 2. Double crochet two, chain one, then double crochet three. Chain two and make two shells in each corner followed by chain two. Slip stitch to join and slip stitch to corner.
4. Continue pattern with two shells in each corner separated by chain one, and one shell in each chain two space, separated by chain two.
This is a throw-sized blanket measuring approximately 53" X 53"
Here's a great YouTube tutorial if you would like to see a visual. Videos like this one are how I taught myself to crochet a few short years ago. Her pattern is a tiny bit different, but really, you could follow her and end up with a blanket basically the same as mine.