20 thoughts on “Crock Pot Chicken And Dumplings From Scratch

  1. What are some good meals that I could cook by myself?
    Im only a teen and im tired of eating the same traditional food from my culture every day. And I was wondering wht foods that I could cook by myself , thanks and also links please.

    • I am 75 years old and home cooked for 50 years. I am now using these wonderful ready made foods and they are VERY good.
      (But if you wish to cook from scratch, go here for wonderful dinner recipes:
      http://www.cooks.com/rec/ch/main_dishes.html )

      You can buy precooked meats that come in sealed packages and heat in the microwave. Found in the cold section of the grocery store, not the freezer. Ask a clerk to help you find them:
      Beef Tips with Gravy
      Meatloaf with Tomato Sauce
      Sliced Barbecue Beef Brisket
      Sliced Roast Beef with Gravy
      Salisbury Steak with Gravy
      Beef Stroganoff
      Meatloaf
      Chicken Breast with Gravy
      Maple and Brown Sugar Glazed Ham
      Pork Chops with Gravy
      Shredded Barbecue Pork
      Sliced Turkey Breast with Gravy
      And many more.

      On the side you can use frozen or canned vegetables, canned potatoes or sweet potatoes. Canned fruits.

      Precooked rice of all types, open a corner of the packages and heat in a microwave. Ask a clerk to help you find them.

      There are many wonderful dry dinners found on shelfs. Buy the top brands and follow directions on containers. Ask a clerk to help you find them.

      Have a clerk show you where to find “Hormel’s Compleats” meals. They are located on a shelf. No refrigeration needed. Microwave. Check them out at this Hormel website:
      http://www.hormel.com/products/Variety.aspx?ID=16&RecipesOnly=False

      Boxed “Pasta Roni”, no refrigeration needed:
      http://www.ricearoni.com/Products/Pasta_Roni/Classic_Favorites

      Frozen dinners are now delicious. Buy the top brands. Follow the directions for microwaving.

      The new dinners for two that come in large bags from the freezer section are delicious too and very popular.

      Canned meats such as salmon; tuna; beef; chicken; kippers; sardines; chicken and dumplings; soups; stews; and more. Ask a clerk where to find them.

      Deli’s have roasted chicken and fried chicken if you are in a hurry and on the way home. Most have coleslaw and potato salads.

      Crock Pots are wonderful. Put meats/chicken/pork/etc. in the pot in the morning, set for 6 or 8 hours, cover with top, and your meal is ready at dinner time. Recipes at:
      http://www.cooks.com/rec/search?q=crock+pot

      George Foreman counter top electric grills are another wonderful device.
      Go to google.com and type in “George Foreman counter top electric grills pictures” and see what they look like.
      Then do a google.com for “videos of recipes for George Foreman electric grills”. You’ll be glad you did.

  2. Recipes without cheese?
    I was hoping someone would help me. My boyfriend is an EXTREMELY picky eater. And one of the worst parts is he doesn’t eat cheese.. EVER! So that limits what I can cook for him since most of the things I eat contain cheese. He also only eats “American” Food. So basically chicken fingers, french fries, hamburgers, ect. I am tired of making chicken almost every night. Can anyone give me any ideas of other things I can try to make? I love to cook but I’m running out of ways to make chicken!

    • Lol, your Q reminded me of my Ex soooo much!
      He was not a fast food freak, but was picky, and wasn’t prone to trying anything that his Mom never cooked. I really had to list all ingredients and get his semi-nod of approval before he would consider trying anything.
      sooo I asked his Mom, who was an Excellent cook to give me some ideas and recipes. < -- worked out well. :)) She gave me her secret recipe for a made_from_scratch Barbeque sauce that was out of this world. And taught me how to make BBQ Ribs in the oven YUM
      ___________

      What man does NOT like Meat Loaf?!
      And it has hamburger meat and ketchup, sure to please a fast food lover.

      Serve it with real mashed potatoes. They are so cheap and easy, and soooo much better than instant. Add a fresh , in season veggie and you are good to go. OR you can sneak grated carrots (I learned that from Martha Stewart) into the meatloaf. He'll not notice and it helps keep the loaf moist.
      Leftovers make great sandwiches for lunch the next day.
      ___________
      Some Different Chicken Recipes to try:
      Chicken and Dumplings
      the Homemade kind:
      http://allrecipes.com/recipe/easy-chicken-and-dumplings-2/
      The easier semi-homemade kind:
      http://allrecipes.com/recipe/chicken-and-dumplings-iii-2/
      Baked Chicken on Rice
      http://allrecipes.com/recipe/baked-chicken-on-rice/
      ____________

      Once he gets accustomed to trying something “different … try springing This on him (Ex’s Mom gave me this one & he LOVED it):
      Indonesian Pork Roast
      (sounds exotic, but it really isn’t)
      Ingredients

      1 4-5 pound pork roast
      salt and pepper to taste
      1 cup hot water
      1/4 cup molasses
      1/4 cup prepared mustard
      1/4 cup vinegar
      1/4 cup orange marmalade
      1/4 teaspoon ground ginger

      Directions

      Place metal rack or trivet in bottom of slow cooker/Crock Pot (I fashion a trivet from aluminum foil). Sprinkle pork roast with salt and pepper; place on trivet in pot. Pour hot water around pork roast. Cover and cook on low for 8-10 hours or until done. Remove meat from pot. Place on broiler pan or oven-proof platter. Combine molasses, mustard, vinegar, marmalade and ginger. Brush over cooked pork roast. Brown in 400 degree oven for 30 minutes, brushing several times with the sauce.
      http://www.crockpot-cooking.com/print.php?recipeid=214

      Serve ^that with jasmine rice( http://allrecipes.com/recipe/jasmine-rice/ ), (or there are good Rice pilafs on the market in the freezer section, look for the Green Giant brand, they are good)) and an Asian slaw if you can get him to experiment a bit.

      The Bonus with the Pork roast is on day 2
      The roast is already very moist and tender. Now just shred it.. mix on some good bottled Barbeque sauce. I like Sweet Baby Rays brand. Heat it up in the microwave. and you’ll have great pulled pork barbeque sandwiches.

      I hope this helps.

  3. Healthy, quick to prepare meals?
    Hi! I really want to start eating healthier. I dont really know how to cook though… im just a teenager. Does anyone have any ideas/recipes for quick and easy to prepare meals?

    • I am 75 years old and home cooked for 50 years. I am now using these wonderful ready made foods and they are VERY good.
      (But if you wish to cook from scratch, go here for wonderful dinner recipes:
      http://www.cooks.com/rec/ch/main_dishes.html )

      You can buy precooked meats that come in sealed packages and heat in the microwave. Found in the cold section of the grocery store, not the freezer. Ask a clerk to help you find them:
      Beef Tips with Gravy
      Meatloaf with Tomato Sauce
      Sliced Barbecue Beef Brisket
      Sliced Roast Beef with Gravy
      Salisbury Steak with Gravy
      Beef Stroganoff
      Meatloaf
      Chicken Breast with Gravy
      Maple and Brown Sugar Glazed Ham
      Pork Chops with Gravy
      Shredded Barbecue Pork
      Sliced Turkey Breast with Gravy
      And many more.

      On the side you can use frozen or canned vegetables, canned potatoes or sweet potatoes. Canned fruits.

      Precooked rice of all types, open a corner of the packages and heat in a microwave. Ask a clerk to help you find them.

      There are many wonderful dry dinners found on shelfs. Buy the top brands and follow directions on containers. Ask a clerk to help you find them.

      Have a clerk show you where to find “Hormel’s Compleats” meals. They are located on a shelf. No refrigeration needed. Microwave. Check them out at this Hormel website:
      http://www.hormel.com/products/Variety.aspx?ID=16&RecipesOnly=False

      Boxed “Pasta Roni”, no refrigeration needed:
      http://www.ricearoni.com/Products/Pasta_Roni/Classic_Favorites

      Frozen dinners are now delicious. Buy the top brands. Follow the directions for microwaving.

      Canned meats such as salmon; tuna; beef; chicken; kippers; sardines; chicken and dumplings; soups; stews; canned baked beans taste good cold; Velveeta processed cheese; canned fruits; jar of peanut butter; packaged slim jim’s; packaged jerky; and more. Ask a clerk where to find them.

      Deli’s have roasted chicken and fried chicken if you are in a hurry and on the way home. Most have coleslaw and potato salads.

      Crock Pots are wonderful. Put meats/chicken/pork/etc. in the pot in the morning, set for 6 or 8 hours, cover with top, and your meal is ready at dinner time. Recipes at:
      http://www.cooks.com/rec/search?q=crock+pot

      George Foreman counter top electric grills are another wonderful device.
      Go to google.com and type in “George Foreman counter top electric grills pictures” and see what they look like.
      Then do a google.com for “videos of recipes for George Foreman electric grills”. You’ll be glad you did.

    • Creamy chicken and dumplings in the crock is no good, it comes out with the consistency of glue.

      Your best bet is to do it from scratch the way I’ve done for 20 years and made money from because it’s awesome.

      1. Take chicken drumsticks and thighs (anyone telling you white meat for chicken and dumplings is a fool, it doesn’t taste or cook the same) and boil them in a pot of water with cut up carrots, celery and onions, and a little bit of salt and pepper to taste.

      2. Before the meat is fully cooked and falling off the bone, take it out of the water (usually about 10 minutes after boiling starts.) Your water is now stock.

      3. Add as much stock (including the veggies) as you need into the crock. After the meat has cooled enough to handle, pull it off of the bone and toss it in the crockpot with the stock.

      4. Cook on the medium setting on your crockpot for about 6 hours.

      5. After 6 hours, take a can of pillsbury regular buttermilk biscuits, and roll each one out flat on a floured surface and flour each side.

      6. Cut each biscuit into 4 pieces, and toss in as much as you can fit in the crockpot. Let cook for another 20-30 minutes.

      This is the perfect recipe, please try it before you waste your time with cream sauce, or with a joke of an attempt by using breast meat, which is the way to ruin chicken and dumplings.

  4. How do you make dumplings ?
    I’m cooking some chicken quarters in a crock pot and wonder what is needed to make dumplings and when should they be made , thanks :))

    • I use biscuit dough. Just whip up some bisquick or dough from scratch, or you can even use canned biscuits. Remove the chicken to a platter, and make sure you have enough broth to cook the dumplings. (if not, add chicken broth OR water + boullion cubes).

      Turn crockpot to high, make sure broth is simmering but not boiling. Drop spoonsful of dough into the broth, making sure all sides are wet w/ broth. Do not crowd them. When they are all in, cover, and leave alone for about 30 min. Do not stire until 30 min are up.

      If you want, you can pick the meat off the bone and add it back to the dumpling/stock once the 30 min are up. Or just serve a chicken leg along w/ a serving of dumplings. It’s up to you.

  5. Super easy crockpot/oven recipes?
    Im looking for super easy fast recipes with following requirements: baked dish or crockpot only, 5 mins or less prep time, around 5 or less ingredients. Ty n sry for being picky lol!

    • My family relies on oven baked dishes and crock pot meals for almost all of our dinners. With school, work, and other activities each evening, it’s hard to find time for homemade meals. So we have a few family favorites that we go back to time and time again for simple, quick, and delicious dinners. I’ll give you one week’s worth of our meals and hopefully you try some of them out at your house!

      Sunday: Put a roast in the crock pot along with chopped vegetables (carrots, celery, and potatoes.) Turn the crock pot on before church and let the meat cook all day long at a low temperature. The smell of the roast will perfume your house and create a warm, cozy environment. You don’t have to pay attention to your dinner until it’s time to eat! One dish to clean up, yet an explosion of flavor when it comes time to sit down at the table.

      Monday: My mom has a quick, easy no cook macaroni and cheese that is out of this world! Combine two cups of uncooked macaroni, one quart of milk, half a stick of butter, and three cups of shredded cheddar cheese. Pour the mixture into a two quart casserole dish and bake at 350 degrees for one hour. Do not stir the macaroni and cheese or the texture of the final product will not be right. It would be a good idea to grease the baking dish as well. Serve some grilled hot dogs, spam with cheese, or even mixed vegetables with the pasta.

      Tuesday: Put boneless chicken breasts in a baking dish with sliced onions and barbecue sauce. Bake for about an hour and serve with a vegetable of your choosing. You could also make a potato of some kind.

      Wednesday: In the crock pot, put a large pork roast with your family’s favorite seasonings. Let it cook on low all day long and when you get home, throw in some sauerkraut to heat it up before dinner. Dumplings tossed in about twenty minutes before dinner time completes the meal. You can use the Bisquick mix for the dumplings rather than making them from scratch.

      Thursday: Have homemade pizza. Use a store bought pizza crust and throw on your favorite toppings and cheese. The possibilities of toppings are virtually endless. It’s quick, easy, and who doesn’t love pizza!? A salad or chips and pickles serve as quick side dishes.

      Friday: Put meatballs in the crock pot with half a cup of sour cream, one can cream of mushroom soup, two tablespoons of parsley, some black pepper, and a splash of milk. Let them cook for a couple hours. You could also put them in a baking dish when you get home from work. Swedish meatballs are absolutely delicious! Use the store bought cheesy scalloped potatoes as a quick side dish that can be prepared in the oven. A vegetable could also be added for a larger meal.

      Saturday: Barbecue is one of my family’s favorites. You can combine all the ingredients and cook it in the crock pot rather than making it on the stove. Rice is a good side dish and can be prepared on the stove as well as in the microwave.

  6. A recipe website with easy and cheap recipes?
    i’m looking for recipes that are fairly quick and easy. without fancy ingredients. i have zero cooking skills and i find most of the easy recipes on cooking sites confusing. tired of eating the same things over and over, i wanna cook so i can eat healthier. so please are there any recipe sites you can recommend? thanks. (would be great if low cal too)

    • I am 75 years old and home cooked for 50 years. I am now using these wonderful ready made foods and they are VERY good.
      (But if you wish to cook from scratch, go here for wonderful dinner recipes:
      http://www.cooks.com/rec/ch/main_dishes.html )

      You can buy precooked meats that come in sealed packages and heat in the microwave. Found in the cold section of the grocery store, not the freezer. Ask a clerk to help you find them:
      Beef Tips with Gravy
      Meatloaf with Tomato Sauce
      Sliced Barbecue Beef Brisket
      Sliced Roast Beef with Gravy
      Salisbury Steak with Gravy
      Beef Stroganoff
      Meatloaf
      Chicken Breast with Gravy
      Maple and Brown Sugar Glazed Ham
      Pork Chops with Gravy
      Shredded Barbecue Pork
      Sliced Turkey Breast with Gravy
      And many more.

      On the side you can use frozen or canned vegetables, canned potatoes or sweet potatoes. Canned fruits.

      Precooked rice of all types, open a corner of the packages and heat in a microwave. Ask a clerk to help you find them.

      There are many wonderful dry dinners found on shelfs. Buy the top brands and follow directions on containers. Ask a clerk to help you find them.

      Have a clerk show you where to find “Hormel’s Compleats” meals. They are located on a shelf. No refrigeration needed. Microwave. Check them out at this Hormel website:
      http://www.hormel.com/products/Variety.aspx?ID=16&RecipesOnly=False

      Boxed “Pasta Roni”, no refrigeration needed:
      http://www.ricearoni.com/Products/Pasta_Roni/Classic_Favorites

      Frozen dinners are now delicious. Buy the top brands. Follow the directions for microwaving.

      The new dinners for two that come in large bags from the freezer section are delicious too and very popular.

      Canned meats such as salmon; tuna; beef; chicken; kippers; sardines; chicken and dumplings; soups; stews; and more. Ask a clerk where to find them.

      Deli’s have roasted chicken and fried chicken if you are in a hurry and on the way home. Most have coleslaw and potato salads.

      Crock Pots are wonderful. Put meats/chicken/pork/etc. in the pot in the morning, set for 6 or 8 hours, cover with top, and your meal is ready at dinner time. Recipes at:
      http://www.cooks.com/rec/search?q=crock+pot

      George Foreman counter top electric grills are another wonderful device.
      Go to google.com and type in “George Foreman counter top electric grills pictures” and see what they look like.
      Then do a google.com for “videos of recipes for George Foreman electric grills”. You’ll be glad you did.

  7. ideas for a simple grocery list?
    i need help because im new at this.
    i just need a few ideas for groceries that i can make alot of food out of.

    for example:
    with bread, cheese, eggs, lunch meat, butter
    i could make ham/chz sandwhich, egg sandwhich, eggs, french toast, bread & jam, ect

    Thanks in advance!

    • I am 75 years old and home cooked for 50 years. I am now using these wonderful ready made foods and they are VERY good.
      (But if you wish to cook from scratch, go here for wonderful dinner recipes:
      http://www.cooks.com/rec/ch/main_dishes.html )

      You can buy precooked meats that come in sealed packages and heat in the microwave. Found in the cold section of the grocery store, not the freezer. Ask a clerk to help you find them:
      Beef Tips with Gravy
      Meatloaf with Tomato Sauce
      Sliced Barbecue Beef Brisket
      Sliced Roast Beef with Gravy
      Salisbury Steak with Gravy
      Beef Stroganoff
      Meatloaf
      Chicken Breast with Gravy
      Maple and Brown Sugar Glazed Ham
      Pork Chops with Gravy
      Shredded Barbecue Pork
      Sliced Turkey Breast with Gravy
      And many more.

      On the side you can use frozen or canned vegetables, canned potatoes or sweet potatoes. Canned fruits.

      Precooked rice of all types, open a corner of the packages and heat in a microwave. Ask a clerk to help you find them.

      There are many wonderful dry dinners found on shelfs. Buy the top brands and follow directions on containers. Ask a clerk to help you find them.

      Have a clerk show you where to find “Hormel’s Compleats” meals. They are located on a shelf. No refrigeration needed. Microwave. Check them out at this Hormel website:
      http://www.hormel.com/products/Variety.aspx?ID=16&RecipesOnly=False

      Boxed “Pasta Roni”, no refrigeration needed:
      http://www.ricearoni.com/Products/Pasta_Roni/Classic_Favorites

      Frozen dinners are now delicious. Buy the top brands. Follow the directions for microwaving.

      The new dinners for two that come in large bags from the freezer section are delicious too and very popular.

      Canned meats such as salmon; tuna; beef; chicken; kippers; sardines; chicken and dumplings; soups; stews; and more. Ask a clerk where to find them.

      Deli’s have roasted chicken and fried chicken if you are in a hurry and on the way home. Most have coleslaw and potato salads.

      Crock Pots are wonderful. Put meats/chicken/pork/etc. in the pot in the morning, set for 6 or 8 hours, cover with top, and your meal is ready at dinner time. Recipes at:
      http://www.cooks.com/rec/search?q=crock+pot

      George Foreman counter top electric grills are another wonderful device.
      Go to google.com and type in “George Foreman counter top electric grills pictures” and see what they look like.
      Then do a google.com for “videos of recipes for George Foreman electric grills”. You’ll be glad you did.

  8. Where can I buy healthy, inexpensive pre-made meals for kids?
    I’m a single mother with a 10 yr. old. He’s very picky and NEVER eats the healthy meals I prepare. Now that I’m working full-time, attending Graduate school, handling all of the other household duties alone, and going on a special (non-kid friendly) diet due to health reasons, I really need to figure out a better way to feed him. I do not have the time to cook, cannot afford a chef, and will not allow him to eat processed junk.

    About half of the parents I talk to say that cooking for their children is their highest priority in life, but they have more than one child or a child and a spouse, so it makes sense to cook an entire meal when 3+ people are going to eat it. The other half say that they alternate between fast food and pre-packaged, processed garbage from the supermarket. Neither of these is an option for us.

    If you know of a website I can order from or a product sold in grocery stores that appears to fit the bill, I would love to hear from you. If you are/were in my situation and can tell me what works/worked for you, I’d love to hear from you as well. Thanks in advance! :)

    If you enjoy cooking and find it to be your greatest enjoyment in life, I do not want to hear from you…except to give you the address where you can send us all the free food. :P
    Thank you all for your great ideas and input! :)

    Although economical, healthy, and a great idea, I’ve been making several meals at once for years and then thawing a portion each day for dinner. He absolutely won’t eat anything homemade at this stage. None of the tricks my parents used on me work on him!

    Most of the easy meals such as tv dinners, shelf pastas, soup, lunch meat, etc. are full of fat, sodium, processed carbs., nitrates, etc. I like that Michelina’s has a healthy line and a kids’ line, and the nutrition panels are better than most I’ve seen, but they’re still less healthy than I’d like for him.

    No one mentioned it on here, but I found that Herbalife has kids’ shakes that supposedly taste great while ensuring that they get all of their necessary nutrition for the day. I’m going to try that for his breakfast and hope he likes it!

    I was pleasantly surprised to read the labels on the Hormel meals and on the Ready Rice. I had tried both o

    • I am 75 years old and home cooked for 50 years. I am now using these wonderful ready made foods and they are VERY good.
      (But if you wish to cook from scratch, go here for wonderful dinner recipes:
      http://www.cooks.com/rec/ch/main_dishes.html )

      You can buy precooked meats that come in sealed packages and heat in the microwave. Found in the cold section of the grocery store, not the freezer. Ask a clerk to help you find them:
      Beef Tips with Gravy
      Meatloaf with Tomato Sauce
      Sliced Barbecue Beef Brisket
      Sliced Roast Beef with Gravy
      Salisbury Steak with Gravy
      Beef Stroganoff
      Meatloaf
      Chicken Breast with Gravy
      Maple and Brown Sugar Glazed Ham
      Pork Chops with Gravy
      Shredded Barbecue Pork
      Sliced Turkey Breast with Gravy
      And many more.

      On the side you can use frozen or canned vegetables, canned potatoes or sweet potatoes. Canned fruits.

      Precooked rice of all types, open a corner of the packages and heat in a microwave. Ask a clerk to help you find them.

      There are many wonderful dry dinners found on shelfs. Buy the top brands and follow directions on containers. Ask a clerk to help you find them.

      Have a clerk show you where to find “Hormel’s Compleats” meals. They are located on a shelf. No refrigeration needed. Microwave. Check them out at this Hormel website:
      http://www.hormel.com/products/Variety.aspx?ID=16&RecipesOnly=False

      Boxed “Pasta Roni”, no refrigeration needed:
      http://www.ricearoni.com/Products/Pasta_Roni/Classic_Favorites

      Frozen dinners are now delicious. Buy the top brands. Follow the directions for microwaving.

      Canned meats such as salmon; tuna; beef; chicken; kippers; sardines; chicken and dumplings; soups; stews; canned baked beans taste good cold; Velveeta processed cheese; canned fruits; jar of peanut butter; packaged slim jim’s; packaged jerky; and more. Ask a clerk where to find them.

      Deli’s have roasted chicken and fried chicken if you are in a hurry and on the way home. Most have coleslaw and potato salads.

      Crock Pots are wonderful. Put meats/chicken/pork/etc. in the pot in the morning, set for 6 or 8 hours, cover with top, and your meal is ready at dinner time. Recipes at:
      http://www.cooks.com/rec/search?q=crock+pot

      George Foreman counter top electric grills are another wonderful device.
      Go to google.com and type in “George Foreman counter top electric grills pictures” and see what they look like.
      Then do a google.com for “videos of recipes for George Foreman electric grills”. You’ll be glad you did.

  9. How to make chicken and dumpling slow cooker soup with using canned cream of chicken/frozen biscuit dough?
    Hey, I’m wanting to make a chicken dumpling soup in the slow cooker. All the recipes I’m finding online call for cream of chicken soup as part of the stock, and frozen biscuit dough.

    Is there a way for me to make the soup with the same consistency without using either of those things? Like, make my own dumplings? I don’t know how I could replace cream of chicken soup though.

    • Chicken & dumplings but with a modern twist ~~ 3 or 4 chicken breasts, water to cover 1 chopped carrot 1 chopped celery 1 small onion chopped I to 11/2 Tablespoon sbutter . take a rounded Tablespoon of chicken soup base ( Krogers has it in the soup section )1 or 2 chicken cubes crushed add 1 rounded Tablespoon flour and whisk with 1 cup of cold milk till blended simmer in crock pot for 5 to 6 hours at this point you can take out chicken ,skin debone and cut in pieces if you like then put back in pot Dumplings~ 2 cups flour 1/2 t baking soda 1/2 t salt 3 Tablespoons shortening , pinch of sugar,3./4 cup buttermilk (or milk) Mix as for biscuits turn out and knead a few times no more than 4 or 5 times ,,the less it is handled the more tender the dumplings.. for drop dumplings pat to 1/4 inch thick and pinch off pieces onto stew for rolled dumplings roll dough 1/4 inch thickness cut into strips and put on top of stew cook until dough is no longer raw in middle about 30 minutes adjust seasonings only after tasting for salt content and add pepper if you like …really simple and it is all made from scratch ,no canned soup ,no canned biscuits and no Bisquik dumplings either ~

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