Slow-cooker Turkey Tortilla Soup

It’s just before Thanksgiving and already two questions are coming up: what are you going to do with all that leftover turkey and what are you going to do to relax after the hectic stress of the holiday weekend? The answer to both questions: you’re going to fix some Turkey Tortilla Soup in your slow-cooker while you’re relaxing at Clabough’s Campground and Cabins. This recipe will allow you to fix it and forget it as you’re kicking back in your RV or in one of …

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Slow-Cooker Black Bean Soup

Ingredients for slow-cooker black bean soup.

Nothing beats this slow-cooker black bean soup after a day of making the most of autumn in the Smokies. This fairly simple recipe is easy enough to prepare while you’re camping at Clabough’s Campground, but it’s even easier to fix at home, then freeze for the slow-cooker later. You’ll want to start cooking this soup right after breakfast so you can get double-duty out of your bacon. Ingredients 1 lb dry black beans 1 medium white onion, chopped 3 stalks celery, chopped 2-3 garlic cloves, …

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Slow Cooker Chili

An Easy Recipe for a Perfect Slow Cooker Dish The weather might still be warm as summer comes to a close, but there’s already a hint of chill in the air during the evenings that reminds us of fall. Now is the time to start thinking about all the slow cooker recipes that you’re going to make when you visit Clabough’s Campground in the cooler weather months. And nothing beats a hot pot of chili on a crisp day. This particular recipe is great because …

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Super Easy Slow Cooker Ribs

The Easiest Ribs You’ll Ever Eat No matter how you spend your days when you’re camping at Clabough’s, working away in the kitchen probably isn’t at the top of anyone’s list of favorite activities. This recipe for slow cooker ribs is just what you need to set it and forget it. Ingredients 1-2 racks of ribs ½ cup chili powder 2 tbls cumin 1 tbls coriander ½ tsp cinnamon ¼ cup brown sugar ¼ cup salt 2 tbls black pepper 2 teaspoons cayenne pepper (more …

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