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Slow cookers are having a comeback. With good reason. They are friends on a day of running errands. They allow easy entertaining with no last-minute preparation. They are miracles for potluck meals, whether in your home or someone elses. And vegetarians wont find a better way to work with dried beans. Slow cookers are gentle with the food budgetless expensive ingredients flourish in their slow, moist heat. Fix-It and Forget-It offers more than 800 recipesthe whole range of recipes slow cookers do well. Tips and Hints are dropped in throughout, urging one additional small step for lots of extra flavor, offering ways to make your cooker a complementary appliance, explaining seasoning to maximum effect. Bring an element of simplicityand qualityto your pressured life! Let your slow cooker work for you.
Dawn J Ranck is a Good Books author.
This is a great cook book for when you work! The recipes are tasty and easy to make. My daughter received one as a gift, and that's why I ordered one for myself. Thanks!Published 2 months ago by debbielg
Such a great book! Easy to follow and has the best slow cooker recipes gathered together! I brought it as my mum has 1 and I needed to have my own!Published 9 months ago by Mamie Caira
Got this for my mother who simply cannot stand at the stove to cook meals. She can throw everything together very quickly, throw it in the crock pot and several hours later have a... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Leslie Andrews
This book has many delicious recipes for the crock pot, that it is a delight to cook with it. I reccomend it for all crock pot lovers.Published 18 months ago by Carl Jorgensen
The recipes in this book are easy and delicious. My sister, who was a beginner cook, has made the most delicious meals from this book. Delivery was very fast.Published 19 months ago by Ruth Anne O'Hara
I bought these books for a gift thinking they were the same as the one I own - they are not. Revised means the book has been cut in half so I was disappointed after these... Read morePublished on Dec 28 2012 by Pat Coad