I have a slow cooker cookbook that looks like it might have some potential recipes. They'll require some modification... and some time in the kitchen this weekend by me - whipping up a v.large pot of veggie stock. Or I could roast a chicken and then make chicken stock... hmmm...
The book: The 150 Best Slow Cooker Recipes by Judith Finlayson
Moors and Christians (cuban dish of rice and black beans topped w/fried egg)
Succulent Succotash (w/variation of sauteed halibut)
Potato & Cauliflower Dal w/Spicy Shallots
Turnip & Carrot Puree w/Cumin
Leeks a la Greque
(made the potatoes before - yum!)
Mom used to make a meatloaf that would also lend itself well to this - taking out the breadcrumbs. Using egg to bind, and getting creative with seasonings it basically is ground beef with grated potato, carrot and onion.
Another resource that may be worth checking out, if I remember correctly, is the Moosewood cookbooks.
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