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by Donna-Marie Pye

  • Author: Donna-Marie Pye
  • ISBN: 0778800229
  • ISBN13: 978-0778800224
  • ePub: 1148 kb | FB2: 1580 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Main Courses & Side Dishes
  • Publisher: Robert Rose (October 7, 2000)
  • Pages: 192
  • Rating: 4.6/5
  • Votes: 927
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America's Best Slow Cooker Recipes ePub download

As well as including fabulous recipes, America's Best Slow Cooker Recipes contains useful information on the type of. .book - it has some recipes that are good, but i have so many other slow cooker cookbooks, this one just got passed over time and time again.

Recipes for accompanying delicious side dishes are also included. but during the great book avalanche of saturday, it got pushed to the surface.

Best-Loved Slow Cooker Recipes Hardcover – October 1, 2000. by Donna-Marie Pye (Author). I have found more useful and very tasty recipes in this book than any of the other slow cooker cookbooks I have. It is well-organized and the directions are very clear. I highly recommend it for someone who has just gotten or is getting a slow cooker.

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CANADA'S SLOW COOKER WINNERS: 300 easy and satisfying recipes, by Donna-Marie Pie. This stellar collection of slow cooker recipes features more than 300 delicious recipes that were developed with. This stellar collection of slow cooker recipes features more than 300 delicious recipes that were developed with busy schedules and convenience in mind, but also reflect a wonderful variety of fresh flavours, cuisines and textures. Whether you are cooking for two or serving a crowd, this book makes easy work of creating delectable meals.

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America's Best Slow Cooker Recipes" features over 125 newly developed and tested recipes. Donna-Marie Pye has spent many years as a home economist and professional recipe developer. Banish the winter blahs by making 'Beef Goulash Soup with Red Wine' or 'Comfy Maple Baked Beans. Busy families will enjoy the 'Chicken and Broccoli Casserole' or 'All Day Mac & Cheese. When entertaining dazzle your guests with a 'Hot Crab, Artichoke & Jalapeno Dip' followed by a tantalizing 'Pork Roast with Peach Chutney. She currently freelances and has two young children.

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Slow Cooker Recipes - Easy Recipes for Delicious Dinners. Ever since the introduction of the Crock Pot, busy cooks have found a friend in the slow cooker. These are easy recipes for main dish meals with Seafood, Beef, Pork and Chicken. No longer are slow cooker recipes only for soups and stews. Crock Pot or slow cooker.

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Imagine coming home from a long, tiring work day only to find a delicious aromatic stew waiting for you. Or enjoying a day on the slopes and arriving to find mulled red wine already prepared and simply waiting to be poured and savored. By using a timesaving slow cooker, you can have a hot meal or warm drink ready and waiting when you are, without any fuss.

In the last five years, slow cookers have enjoyed a huge increase in popularity. By simmering food at a constant low temperature, slow cookers create food that enjoys a flavor and texture not normally found in stovetop or oven cooking. Ingredients need only be prepared in advance, then tossed into a slow cooker and the results are an easily prepared but satisfying meal.

America's Best Slow Cooker Recipes features over 125 newly developed and tested recipes. Banish the winter blahs by making 'Beef Goulash Soup with Red Wine' or 'Comfy Maple Baked Beans.' Busy families will enjoy the 'Chicken and Broccoli Casserole' or 'All Day Mac & Cheese.' When entertaining dazzle your guests with a 'Hot Crab, Artichoke & Jalapeno Dip' followed by a tantalizing 'Pork Roast with Peach Chutney.' Sensational recipes for desserts such as 'Chocolate Chip Peanut Butter Cake' and 'Caramel Peaches' can also be created in a slow cooker. These are recipes for today's tastes and today's homes.

As well as including fabulous recipes, America's Best Slow Cooker Recipes contains useful information on the type of slow cookers available, food safety, tips for success, adapting favorite recipes, and leftover hints. Recipes for accompanying delicious side dishes are also included.

Grotilar
I've used this cookbook at least a couple of times a week since I bought it. It's a lot more than ordinary chili & stew dishes. I'm working my way through the poultry chapter (my family is nuts about chicken...)
The recipies are easy to follow & don't have a lot of oddball ingredients, which makes it easy to put something together in the morning before I leave for work. It's mostly every-day stuff, not fancy guests-coming-over type dishes, but I really like this for a weekday cookbook.
Dammy
I love a good slow cooker, and this book has some interesting recipes to take full advantage of it. It's a cut above the typical canned-soup-and-frozen-vegetables recipes, which is great. My only criticism is that some of the recipes strike me as a bit <i>too</i> ambitious for this appliance: by the time you go through all of the effort, you might as well just make it in a regular dutch oven. But that's quibbling - it's an excellent book and I haven't gone wrong on a recipe yet.
FailCrew
When it comes to cooking I simply do not have the "knack". It doesn't help that I am cooking for just me most of the time. I don't have the time or money to experiment. I really got sick of fast food - even some of the healthier alternatives got boring... So I gave it a try - I figured I would just pick one at random and give it a shot...Woo Hooo!!The first recipe I tried was excellent...It also took me less than 15 minutes to do my part...I can do this!! This also works with my crazy work schedule
Rleillin
Great book/great recipes.
Kajikus
I got this book at the library and had to buy it I enjoyed it so much. So nice also to make meals before school is out and life gets busy. lots of good recipes, kid friendly recipes, yet not bland and boring for adults tastes.
Na
Very nice book I love the hints on each page
Dianalmeena
I love using my crockpot, but have had a difficult time finding good recipes that don't call for a can of creamed soup or other highly processed ingredients. I like this book pretty well for reasonably healthy and varied meals, but I have definitely had mixed results. With a little bit of adaptation, I have been able to make most of what I tried work.

A couple of the most successful ones have been the Cheesy Tortellini Bake, the Rich Vegetable Broth w/Meatballs (though why it is called "vegetable broth" I do not know, because the recipe calls for beef stock!), and the Bargain Beef Stroganoff. They are delicious and I've made them several times each. I had high hopes for the salmon loaf but the only word I can use for that recipe is...vile. The crockpot does not treat canned salmon kindly. It was pale, wet and way too fishy. The "Thai Chicken Thighs" were also seriously underseasoned, but I was able to correct that. Last week I made the "Basic Spaghetti Sauce Italiano" which called for 2 pounds of ground meat to one 28 ounce can of tomatoes. Once I got it assembled, it clearly needed another can of tomatoes - without it, it would have been a sludgy mass of ground meat. Adding another can of tomatoes meant I had to adjust the seasonings. Once I did all that, it was delicious. Today I made "Fia's Pasta Sauce" which has the opposite problem - it calls for four 28 ounce cans of tomatoes AND a cup of red wine. I put three cans of tomatoes in my crockpot and saw that I would not have room for another, and the cup of wine. I just wonder if someone tested these recipes before this book was published?

In short, experienced cooks and people comfortable with substitutions and adaptations can use this book as a jumping-off point for crockpot recipes. A novice cook who needs to follow a recipe exactly and have a good result will want to look elsewhere.
The recipies in this book are excellent; the novice can follow them with ease yet they are interesting enough for the experienced cook to not get bored. Many are very easily adaptable, and they run the gamut from well-known BBQ to a delightful curry dish most people don't often try for fear of complexity.
Slow cookers are the busy person's blessing. No time to cook? Toss it in the cooker, and head to work, school, wherever. Great for college students, who can't often have a toaster oven in their dorms, but a small cooker provides little trouble. It is also an excellent place to begin one's journey into the land of crock pot entrees.
A few regrets: I wish the spine was sturdier; mine is bent from reading and using and nearly falling apart. While the title says "America's Best Slow Cooker Recipies" interestly enough, the author was apparently either Canadian or has lived in Canada during the writing, and so the book talks about various Canadian holidays and such.
I have to say that out of all my slow cooker cook books this was money well spent. I use this one before any others. Since I am extremely picky about my cookbooks, I am sure that most folks will find this a true gem of their kitchen.
I know that I couldn't live without my crockpot; with this book you won't be able to either.
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