Make It Fast, Cook It Slow

Make It Fast, Cook It Slow

The Big Book of Everyday Slow Cooking

Book - 2009
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Beverages -- Appetizers -- Breakfast -- Baking -- Side dishes -- Beans -- Pasta and casseroles -- Soups and stews -- Seafood -- Poultry -- Meatless mains -- Meat -- Take out fake out -- Snacks and fondue -- Fun stuff -- Desserts.
Topical Term: Electric cooking, Slow
Gluten-free diet
Publisher: New York : Hyperion, 2009
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9781401310042
Branch Call Number: TX827 .O35 2009
Characteristics: 454 p. ; 21 cm


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Oct 30, 2017

This book doesn't have pictures, we tried two of the recipes and they didn't come out good (specially the curry). I will be returning this book.

Feb 09, 2015

The best aspect of this recipe book is that the recipes are not overly complicated. (And, so far each one has turned out quite well.)

Sep 11, 2012

I find the down fall of many slow cooker books is the use of cans and cans of "cream of something" soup. This series by Stephanie O'Dea contains none of that. I have tried several of her recipes to rave reviews - I highly recommend it!

dragonsnakes Mar 08, 2011

Useful recipes and I particularly like the part of "making it fast" and letting it "cook slow"

Dec 06, 2010

This has old stand bys and new stuff to try in your slow cooker like pumpkin spiced latte, oatmeal, and corn bread. I like to try new things in the slow cooker. I will definitely have to check this one out again.

katrina314159 Feb 12, 2010

This book is FULL of super tasty recipes. Definitely a must-read for anyone with a slow-cooker.


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