---------- Recipe via Meal-Master (tm) v8.x    [from The Grocery Consumer]
       Title: Crock Pot Chicken                                           
  Categories: Crockpot
       Yield: 1 servings     
       1    chicken; or cut up *
       2    carrots; sliced thinly
       2 md onions; sliced thinly
       2    celery stalks; chopped **
   1 1/2 ts salt
     1/2 ts black pepper
      16 oz chicken broth; -or-
       1    chicken boullion cube; disol
       2 c  water
       1 ts basil; crushed
   2 1/2 tb italian seasonings mixture -
   * make sure it will fit in your crock pot. ** with a few leaves.           
   In a slow cooker, put in half of the chicken broth. Place half of the      
   carrots, celery and onions in the bottom. Place the chicken (back side     
   down) in the slow cooker. Add remaining broth, vegetables, salt and        
   pepper, basil and Italian seasonings (if used). Place lid on cooker        
   and cook on LOW heat for 7-10 hours or HIGH heat for 2 1/2 to 3 1/2        
   hours. Serves four.                                                        
   (Taken from Extension Homemakers of Sedgwick County, Lula Kirk)            
   This is an excellent recipe for people on the go! Just start it in the     
   morning and by 5 or 6 pm you have dinner! You can even get a package       
   of mixed frozen vegetables if you don't have time to chop fresh ones.      
   We've found that buying a whole chicken is cheaper than to buy one         
   pre-cut. The chicken almost falls off the bones it is so tender and        
   it makes taking out the bones easy! We serve it in bowls over rice;        
   like chicken soup. It makes a large amount and lasts at least 2-3          
   meals for us. I hope you enjoy.