This is a simple and very flavorful crockpot recipe that Jean served for lunch the other day. Not only was it delicious as the main dish, but leftovers were wonderful chopped up and spread on a sandwich the next day. And there are few things in life better than opening the door after a busy afternoon and being greeted by a delicious crockpot meal that is ready and waiting for you!
The weather is warming up and many of us are thinking about spring yard work and planting our gardens for the summer. As I look at the yard and garden stores, one of the most common themes (aside from the plants themselves) is the application of chemicals. We are frequently told we need to treat our yards, plants, and trees with this chemical or that. We need to spray for insects, we need to spray for weeds, we need to spray for fungus, and any other things they tell us about. Sometimes I listen, sometimes I don't.
This recipe comes to us from Karla. It is one of her favorite ways to fix a quick fish supper. Not only is it fast and easy, but it is delicious too. It is so delicious that my wife even likes it, and she doesn't generally choose to eat fish. She actually suggested that we buy fish at the grocery store the other day so we could make this again (probably the first time in 30 years she voluntarily bought fish).