Slow Cooker: The Best Cookbook Ever with More Than 400 Easy-to-Make Recipes

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Chronicle Books, Dec 9, 2009 - Cooking - 544 pages
This is the only slow cooker book for busy people. With over 400 recipes, The Best Slow Cooker Cookbook Ever saves time and money week after week with easy meals that keep one eating well at home every day. From Old-Fashioned Chicken Pot Pie to Mexican Hot Chocolate Lava Cake, this cookbook contains recipes for everything from soups and roasts to cobblers and puddings, inspiring night after night of great meals. Prep a few ingredients, toss them in the pot, and let the cooker work its magic while you're gone for the day. Return to a slow-cooked, deeply flavored, great-smelling dinner for you and your familyevery night!
 

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User Review  - bachaney - LibraryThing

Diane Phillip's "Slow Cooker: The Best Cookbook Ever" is a comprehensive, easy to use, crock pot cookbook. The book's approach is to help sophisticated cooks with a crockpot use this convenient ... Read full review

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User Review  - bruce_krafft - LibraryThing

I read this book from cover to cover the day that I brought it home. I don't know which receipe I want to try first. Nona's Umbrian Lentil Soup, Spinach Parmesan Strata, Creme Brule, Coconut Jamine ... Read full review

Contents

Turkey Carcass Broth
22
Steak and Mushroom Soup
57
Lone Star Sirloin Chili
67
Miso Soup with Tofu Shiitakes and Shrimp
77
Is Thata Casserolein There?80
80
A Chicken or Turkey in Every Pot
104
Barbecued Chicken Legs
110
Southern Brunswick Stew
116
EwellLoveThis286
286
EatYourVeggies332
332
Something Saucy and Spicy Going On
390
WhatsforDessert?422
422
hOW ABOUT A DRINK?
453
Luxurious Hot Cocoa
460
Seafood Dip
472
Table of Equivalents
544

Rosemary Lemon Wings
139
Something Fishy Going On
144

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About the author (2009)

Diane Phillips is a cooking teacher and author of more than 14 cookbooks. Her home is in San Diego, California.

James Baigrie is a New York-based photographer.

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