The Big Book of Slow Cooker Recipes: More Than 700 Slow Cooker Recipes for Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, and Dessert

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Adams Media, Jan 18, 2013 - Cooking - 704 pages
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Slow cooker recipes your whole family will love!

"The Big Book of Slow Cooker Recipes" is the perfect guide for creating delicious--and easy--dishes for your entire family. Featuring everything from filling favorites and healthy fare to exotic cuisine, this cookbook offers you an extensive array of mouthwatering slow cooker recipes. With more than 700 effortless meals to choose from, you're guaranteed to find something that will satisfy everyone's tastebuds, including: Maple syrup-infused slow-cooked oatmealEggplant caponataGinger-flavored chicken curryGreek-style orzo and spinach soupShrimp in creole sauceChallah bread pudding

Complete with an array of nutritious options and specialized slow cooking tips, this fun and fresh cookbook has everything you need to create wholesome meals--without spending all day in the kitchen!

 

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Contents

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33
10
40
Peppermint Mocha Lattes
44
Medicinal Blackberry Cordial
50
SASSY AND SWEET CHICKEN WINGS
56
Cheese Soufflé
134
Fresh Fruit
136
Sandwich
142
Vegetarian Dishes
321
GlutenFree Options
393
GlutenFree Chocolate
408
Stews
463
Chilis
487
Acorn Squash Chili
493
California Chili
499
Turkey White Chili
505

Turkey and Lamb
191
9
215
Pork
243
Pork Steaks in Apple and Prune
249
Pork Cassoulet
255
Ham
272
Fish and Seafood
287
AlmondStuffed Flounder
293
HawaiianStyle MahiMahi
299
Sides
531
Cheese
557
Rice
563
Side Dishes
575
PART
609
Vanilla
635
Hot Fudge Sauce
653
Equipment Sources
673
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Rachel Rappaport is a recipe creator, cooking teacher, and blogger. Her blog, Coconut & Lime (www.coconutandlime.com), was named one of the top fifty food blogs in the world by MSN's Delish.com. Rappaport writes a column for Taste of the Bay magazine about using local seasonal ingredients, and her recipes (as well as her thoughts on food) have been featured in such diverse outlets as NPR.org, the Baltimore Sun, the L.A. Times, WashingtonPost.com, and the New York Sun.

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