Reader's Digest put together a list of each state's 'Best Slow Cooker Recipes'.

Maine's 'Best Slow Cooker Recipe" involves seafood, which seems typical of a Maine dish.  However, the dish includes an unusual twist that isn't so much associated with Maine. The dish is called "Italian Shrimp 'n' Pasta" and is described as, "a bit of classic shrimp Creole, but it has a surprise Italian twist."

Judging by the picture the recipe includes rice, shrimp, pork or chicken, celery, green peppers in some sort of tomato sauce.

The recipe was submitted to the website by a Mainer, Karen Edwards of Sanford, Maine and I don't think the point of this list is to reflect foods of your state put together into a slow cooker recipe. But, damnit, it should.

So this leads me to, what are the best slow cooker recipes that include famous Maine foods- potatoes, lobster, blueberries, maple syrup, etc.?

Here's a few ideas:

Slow Cooker Lobster Chowder from Baked by Rachel
It includes lobster, a super Mainer food, in a classic chowder, again, another classic regional food. I think this is a great contender for the best Maine slow cooker recipe.

Crock pot Bacon Wrapped Scallops from A Year of Slow Cooking
A super simple recipe that is basically scallops and bacon.  What more do you need?

Slow-Cooker Blueberry Cobbler from A Taste of Home
A delicious after dinner treat that you can throw into the crockpot that uses blueberries in a delicious cobbler that includes cake mix.  Yummy!

There's some ideas for Maine's best crock pot recipes using Maine ingredients.  Do you have any recipes that could be a contender?

Here's what was offered as the best submitted recipes from other New England states on the same list: