The Complete Slow Cooker Cookbook by Wendy Louise
Essential Recipes for Hearty and Delicious Crockery Meals, Menus, and More

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REDISCOVER THE JOYS OF FAMILY DINNERS AND TOGETHERNESS

Slow cookers are for more than soups and stews. Slow cooking is bringing thousands of families back to the dinner table for hearty, homey dinners that are delicious, nutritious, and easy to prepare.

The Complete Slow Cooker Cookbook is filled with more than 200 slow cooker favorites the entire family will love, with easy recipes for:

APPETIZERS BEVERAGES SIDE DISHES SOUPS STEWS MAIN COURSES HOLIDAY FOODS DESSERTS GARNISHES

Author and crockery connoisseur Wendy Louise also shows you how to revive recipes long buried in your recipe box and bring back memories of Grandma's cooking, with instructions for converting heirloom "from scratch" recipes into delicious slow cooker creations of your own.

Families love coming home to the aromas of these hearty, slow cooked meals that are a breeze to prepare with no mess and no stress. For experiences cooks and newcomers alike, The Complete Slow Cooker Cookbook is the perfect guide to the delicious world of family style, slow cooked crockery meals.

WHAT READERS ARE SAYING:

"If you truly want to use your slow cooker regularly in your meal preparation, I feel this book would be an excellent choice for you. Enjoy it! I am."

"Quick to read, easy to make, great to eat. Now you can make more than just pot roast and potatoes."

"A surprising collection of recipes that will please anyone looking for new ways to use their slow cooker for some delicious meals."

 

About Wendy Louise

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A Wisconsin resident, Wendy Louise currently lives near her daughter, son-in-law, and granddaughter. When she is not busy pursuing life-long interests in the fine arts, quilting, crafting, and gardening, she turns her interest to cooking and sharing in the family dinner hour. She believes that enjoying good food is one of the finer pleasures in life and that eating well is an important element toward attaining family comfort and well-being.
 
Published December 1, 2008 by Sourcebooks. 272 pages
Genres: Cooking. Non-fiction

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