Come home to a hearty hot meal and a houseful of delicious aromas. Andrew Schloss unveils 80 recipes for soups, stews, succulent braises, vegetarian dishes-even desserts and baking-that gain maximum flavor from slow cooking. Each chapter offers both simple everyday dishes and showy dishes for entertaining. Includes cooking charts and tips on tools and techniques. -By Andrew Schloss -Softcover -Color photography -216 pages -Made in China
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4 of 4(100%)customers would recommend this product to a friend.
"A very nice range of culinary choices. Three recipes later and one on deck, I would highly recommend this cookbook to anyone who has a slow cooker and enjoys trying new dishes. Well worth the investment!"
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Review 3 for Art of the Slow Cooker
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Date: January 22, 2011
Virtually effortless great tasting recipes
"I purchased this book about a year ago when I wanted to use my slow cooker more often. I had tried other slow cooker recipe books, but they created bland dishes. It took me a little while to get over the initial shock of having to dirty a pan and pre-cook a few ingredients on the stove before transferring them to the cooker, but then I realized these recipes still required far less effort and time than a stove-top meal. I almost always just have one pan to clean up before I pour the ingredients into the crock pot, set the timer to anywhere from 3 to 10 hours depending on my day, forget about "what's for dinner", and come home to an amazing meal. The bonus is that these meals yield leftovers, and as the book explains, some of them truly taste better after the next day or two. I HIGHLY recommend this book! (Also - most recipes are for a 5-6 quart cooker)"
"Excellent cookbook. Got it as a wedding gift. Wasn't sure if the recipes would be too gourmet for my step child whom has a simpler palate. But, to date every recipe I've tried has been gobbled up without complaint. Yet sophisticated enough to impress the grownups."