Art of the Slow Cooker: 80 Exciting New Recipes

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Chronicle Books, Sep 1, 2008 - Cooking - 216 pages
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For the Art of the Slow Cooker, best-selling author Andrew Schloss has developed 80 recipes for soups, stews, succulent braises, vegetarian disheseven dessertsthat bring slow-cooked meals to new heights. Slow cooking gives a wonderful velvety texture to meatloaf, an incredible richness to Osso Buco Milanese, and bold and complex flavors to Curried Vegetables and Dal simmered in Indian spices. Each chapter offers recipes for both simple everyday meals and spectacular dishes perfect for entertaining. With cooking charts to help with timing, advice on finding the right slow cooker for every kitchen, and glorious color photographs throughout, the Art of the Slow Cooker will delight readers looking for easy and amazing meals.

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User Review  - bobandjohn - LibraryThing

Best slow cooker book I have found. Aside from the usual braises, there are wonderful versions of things like lasagna and some surprises, like brandy cheesecake and clementine-olive compote. Read full review

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User Review  - Kelly - Goodreads

First, the name should not e the art of the slow cooker as almost every single one of these recipes requires some level of skillet action. Secondly, I am a big fan of pictures in cookbooks and this ... Read full review


Table of Contents
The Art of Homemade Soup
The Bottomless Stew Pot
Slow Cooker Braising
SlowCooked Classics
Vegetable Mains and Sides
Sweet and Slow

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About the author (2008)

Andrew Schloss is a food writer based in Pennsylvania. His most recent cookbooks include Homemade in a Hurry and Mastering the Grill.

Yvonne Duivenvoorden is a Toronto-based photographer specializing in food.

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