I recently made a great stew in my crock-pot. I didn't have time to look for a recipe. I am on Dialysis, so now I just cook. The stew had low-sodium beef broth, vegetable broth, stew meat, red potatoes with the skin on; quartered, red onion; sliced, yellow onion; sliced., and baby carrots added towards the end of cooking. I also floured the meat. The onions i put in the bottom of the crock-pot, meat next and added the broth so it was two inches from the top. Sorry I have no picture. I was able to freeze a portion which came in handy when I didn't have time to cook. A friend who is Scottish descent liked it - without too much broth. He also gave me the onions. I had it on low setting for 10 hours overnight. Switched it over to high setting for 4 hours when I left for Choir on Sunday morning. That is when I added the carrots. The meat was so tender, it could be eaten with a spoon. We had it for lunch. I had enough to give to a neighbor, enough to freeze a portion for myself, etc. Next time I make something in the Crock-pot, I will take a picture of it. I love Crock-pots. I have a circular one and a large oval one that you could cook roast beef in or a whole chicken.