As for the quality of the food - well, like all buffets, Picnic Garden is about quantity, so the meat isn't what I'd call prime. However, it is much better than what you'd find at your average Asian buffet, and getting to cook it yourself means that you have ultimate control over the degree of doneness. Also, Picnic Garden's marinades are delicious and would tenderize even the toughest cuts. We sampled all of the meats we could identify (except the tripe), and all of them were excellent, particularly the marinated short ribs and the spicy slow cooker beef and mushroom curry. The only thing I didn't want seconds of was the pork belly, simply because it was a little bland in comparison to all of the other choices. If you like Korean spices and you know how to cook meat, you will love the food at Picnic Garden!
It would be best to utilize genuine spices instead of going for easy to prepare, commercially available curry powder or paste. This way, you will end up cooking a spicy beef curry dish that is especially flavorful and aromatic.
I love chili, but the beans don't love me. When I eat slow cooker beef curry them I have severe abdominal pain. So I leave out the beans and add other vegetables. The powder you buy in the grocery store is a combination of chili pepper, oregano, cumin, garlic, and salt. Sometimes I add extra cumin to this powder.
Buy cuts of meat and roasts with the dimensions of your crockpot beef curry cooked in slow cooker mind. You can also trim them to fit and if you are going to be cutting the fat off before you cook the meat, take that into account too.
These type of pot meals are simple to make and way more healthy than frozen processed meals or take out food from a fast food place. These meals are also healthy than ordering a pizza, or opening a can of soup. All you have to do is add all of the ingredients into your slow cooker, set the temperature, and let it cook. You are free to go on with your day while your crock pot does all the work.