I just got finished popping a small chicken into my slow cooker. My "recipe" is simple and based on the "sticky chicken" recipe. I first heard about this recipe from Diane over at Knitting Zeal (waves hi to Diane!) when she started to do her menu planning Mondays. My favorite thing of all about this recipe is that it doesn't heat up the house and since today is supposed to be 84 I am set! I use a small 3-4 pound chicken, rinse and pat dry, stuff it full of half a vidalia onion roughly chopped, slather it with McCormick's Rotisserie Chicken Seasoning, cook on low for 8-10 hours and enjoy! This morning I started a bit late though and have it on high for an hour and then will put it back to low for the rest of the day. The first time I made this I also used the remaining juices and carcass to make broth too. See the sticky chicken link above for how to do that- so easy and so worth the minimal effort.
And now a totally unrelated photo of my soon to be first grader!