7 Slow-Cooker Recipes That Work Every Time
If there's one dish that's practically synonymous with Crock-Pots, it might be chili: There seems to be no end to the number of hours the dish can simmer away, getting better as the minutes tick by. And this recipe is one of the best we've tried. It calls for cut-up pieces of beef chuck, instead of ground beef, which hold their shape and texture nicely. There are also kidney beans, diced tomatoes and a handful of flavor-boosters, from onion and garlic to soy sauce and cumin.
Get the recipe: Smoky Beef Chili