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Crockpot Salisbury Steak is made with a rich, tangy gravy that is made in the slow cooker and is perfect for a busy family dinner!

Crockpot Salisbury Steak is made with a rich, tangy gravy that is made in the slow cooker and is perfect for a busy family dinner! 

You know how I am always talking about change and how it is good? Well, notice some changes on this blog? I had 2 scripts go down on me, it is a long story but there is a rogue code that is blocking the feed from showing my recent posts that these scripts need.

It became a back and forth game with trying to get help and figure out what happened. The main script I want up and running is the recipe index one. No one can give me a right answer as to why it stopped all the sudden.

Google help forum said it because the script is the third party and to contact them. The third party says not them that on Google’s side. Someone said I had the wrong DNS, so I corrected it. Oh so frustrating.It makes no sense why one day it was working then the next not anymore. I didn’t do any changes when suddenly stopped working.

So,  as I was trying to get these codes to work again, I started to look at my logo a little bit. I thought it looked, well dated. Well, in all honesty, I was thinking I may have to scrap this entire blog template, tear it down, and start over again because of this coding issue. So I was looking at various templates for the just in case thing, plus I was debating if should move to WordPress and if I have an issue there like this.

Anyway, I was really was looking at those templates, studying them, I like the clean lines. My taste changes as I get older, like most peoples’, do as they get older. What I liked 10 years ago, style wise, I don’t like now. I have always like a Mediterranean look of some sort. Right now it less Tuscany and more Greek, that is the phase I am in. I don’t know what it is about Mediterranean, I really love all aspects of it from decor to food to well, men. I mean think about it, I was once married to Syrian man and how many times on here have I said I met an Egyptian guy or a Persian guy? I think I must be some type a Mediterranean in some past life the way I really like it, even though I have no trace of it in my blood.

I have always like a Mediterranean look of some sort. Right now it less Tuscany and more Greek, that is the phase I am in. I don’t know what it is about Mediterranean, I really love all aspects of it from decor to food to well, men. I mean think about it, I was once married to Syrian man and how many times on here have I said I met an Egyptian guy or a Persian guy? I think I must be some type a Mediterranean in some past life the way I really like it, even though I have no trace of it in my blood.

So anyway, I know how to create a logo, so I decided let’s fool around see what I can come up with that I like. I knew I wanted a touch of blue, sat down with my laptop and opened up my various art programs and the first logo, no wasn’t right, so I did again and:

Viola! It was born! I really like it, it clean, it simple and it me at this point in my life. So, why do I have the wine glasses I have been asked.
Well, I do like wine. but in all honesty, the very first design on this recipe blog was this photo of a wine glass background. I really loved it. So I made the posts look like wine labels.
As time has gone on I ended not using that photo background. I kept the posts looking almost like wine labels. Now it got this clean, simple look. The wine glasses are a tribute to the first design and the wine look I have had, plus just Mediterranean looking!
So after a logo change and  4 days with various help and almost losing everything on the blog, yeah there were tons of issues as people played with the coding. I decided to just get rid the scripts. Plus I had to end up rebuilding the template, so it was easier to just delete the scripts.
The recent post thumbnails I am not too upset over, it the recipe index I am more upset over. That was a huge on here and help people see what I had posted on here. Sure got recipe categories but not the same.
I found a way to add a photo map, so the 5 photos under the logo actually are linked to their recipes. So I do like the new look. Plus the photo map I found I need for my Recipes of Disney Site and I do say everything happens for a reason.
  • Crockpot Salisbury Steak

So tons “work” issues going on, meaning the recipe blog, didn’t have time to just cook, so that means CROCKPOT time! That is one the things about crockpots, I had my work cut out for me with trying to diagnose a script issue, and they one point trying to figure out why I suddenly had 2 post bodies, I told was a long story, to rebuilding a template, crockpot cooking just dump stuff in and forget it. A perfect solution when you got a mile long list and tons of stuff to do.
 Crockpot Salisbury Steak is made with a rich, tangy gravy that is made in the slow cooker and is perfect for a busy family dinner! 
My mom always gets the Banquet Salisbury steak things. They are good and I like Salisbury steak. I always wondered what a homemade would taste like, and not the frozen stuff she got. The secret to a good Salisbury steak is that tangy gravy. The best way to make it is with one-word SOUP! Yes soup, they make the best gravies for crock pot cooking.
So I played with some soups to create this Crockpot Salisbury Steak. It came out so divine!!! I love the way the soups just enhanced this Crockpot Salisbury Steak. I mean, after all, it is all about the gravy!

Crockpot Salisbury Steak

Total Time
Serves 6 servings

Salisbury Steak with a rich, tangy gravy that is made in the crock pot! A recipe from Seduction in The Kitchen

Ingredients

Directions

  1. Mix together the ground beef, onion soup mix, bread crumbs and the milk. The milk helps tenderize the beef, so it give that melt in your mouth taste.
  2. Next, shape the beef into patties, the lightly dredge them in the flour. Heat up the oil and brown the patties, about 2 minutes on each side.
  3. In the crock pot, add the can soups, au jus mix, water, wine, onions, and mushrooms, and mix it up. Place the patties into the gravy mixture, and put on low.
  4. Let cook for 4-6 hours, finally serve them up with a side of mash potatoes and ENJOY!

by Recipe by Dee Samaan of Seduction in the Kitchen

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Crockpot Salisbury Steak is made with a rich, tangy gravy that is made in the slow cooker and is perfect for a busy family dinner! 

1 Comment
  • Fiona
    July 19, 2014

    Always collecting more recipes for the crock pot. Saving!

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