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  Categories: Pasta, Chicken, Crock
       Yield: 6 servings
       4    To 6 chicken leg quarters
            A bit of chicken stock,
            -water, or white vermouth
            A few bay leaves
       1 md Yellow onion, chopped
            A few Tbsp olive oil
       5    Cloves garlic, chopped or
       2    (16 oz) cans of tomato sauce
      16 oz Can of stewed tomatoes
      16 oz Can of tomato puree
       2    Or 3 ribs of celery, sliced,
   Here’s what I've done a time or four. This “recipe” has not been
   cooked often enough to be stabilized and really called a recipe.
   Still, there have been no complaints and many requests for seconds.
   A tsp to a Tbsp or so of the following (to taste): Onion powder Garlic
   powder (NOT garlic salt) Ground black pepper Ground red pepper
   (cayenne) Ground white pepper Basil Parsley Paprika Oregano Spaghetti
   Put the chicken into a crockpot early in the day.  It’s fine if they
   are still frozen.  Add as little liquid as possible. Water, chicken
   stock, or a bit of white vermouth, or a combination works fine.  Add
   a couple of bay leaves, and some salt.  Turn the crockpot on low and
   go to work (or carry on your normal day’s activities.
   When you get home, or in the evening, turn off the crockpot.  Put
   water on to boil the spaghetti.  Remove chicken from the crockpot and
   discard skin and bones.
   In a deep pot, heat olive oil.  Add onion and garlic and cook until
   the onions are clear. Add tomato sauce, stewed tomatoes, tomato
   puree, the chicken and about a cup of the chicken broth from the
   crockpot. (If you add too much broth, the sauce will be too soupy; if
   you add too little, the chicken taste will be a bit weak.)  Stir,
   cutting up the whole tomatoes. Add celery, onion powder, garlic
   powder, peppers, basil, parsley, paprika, and oregano.  Cook,
   stirring from time to time, while the water for the spaghetti comes
   to a boil. Cook spaghetti, drain and serve with grated Parmesan
   cheese on the side.