On Sunday spend more time around the tree with the family and less time in the kitchen with these tasty slow cooked barbecue turkey legs. Not only is this an easy meal to make but it’s also an inexpensive dish that’s easy on the wallet especially if you broke the budget buying gifts.
4-6 turkey legs
½ cup ketchup
5 tablespoons of apple cider vinegar
1 tablespoon Worcestershire Sauce
4 tablespoons of dark brown sugar
1 teaspoon Liquid Smoke
1 cup crushed pineapples drained
½ cup chopped onions
seasoning salt and ground black pepper
Lightly grease inside of Crock Pot with a Cooking Spray or use a Slow Cooker liner bag.
Place turkey legs inside the slow cooker and sprinkle with seasoning salt and pepper.
In a mixing bowl or large measuring cup, combine the remaining ingredients; spoon over the turkey legs and turn to coat legs well. Cover and cook on LOW for 6 hours or on high for 4 hours.
Serve with a starch and veggie then sit back and relax with the family or with a good movie – enjoy!
Serves 4 to 6.
What do you think – is this a dish that you would make for the family?
Whoa, what happened to the summer of 2016? It seems as though we were just getting ready for Memorial Day and then the 4th of July and now on Monday it will be Labor Day.
What happened to the summer of 2016?
Do you remember when it felt like summer lasted a lot longer than 93 days? Now it seems like winter lasts longer than 180 days! I have a Yard Sale scheduled for Saturday but because I was so busy during the season this is the only one I have planned. Perhaps I will have an opportunity to de-clutter more of the house including my closets to have another one in the fall.
Anywho, today’s outfit is actually a throwback from two summers ago. The Tie Dye top and Canvas Sneakers was created specifically to wear to A Radiant Orchid Summer Party, which wasa blogger event sponsored by Rit Dye. If you don’t remember the event or didn’t have an opportunity to see the post – click here to revisit it or see it for the first time.
I bought several bottles of fabric dye afterwards but never had an opportunity to create any other outfits. I am, however, thinking about refashioning these white jeans with a bottle of black dye to wear in the winter so you may be seeing them again in a different color.
Now that summer is fading into the background, I hope to accomplish a few more outdoor activities. How about you, were there any summer activities that you planned but never got around to doing?
Did the summer fly by or was it just me?
Mark your calendar because there is one reason to look forward to the fall and that is my new AAU Talk Radio Program: “Social Media Sunday with the Delaware Blogger”
Tune in Sundays beginning September 11th at 6:00 p.m.
Come back on Friday for the last Crock Pot meal of the summer or could it be the first Crock Pot meal of the fall – you be the judge!