If you've seen one you've seen them all? Maybe. But Mrs. Spudman likes this book; she has two shelves filled with cook books and has checked out every slow cooker book our local library has to offer.
Mostly we like that this book is a hard cover book and contains nutrition facts per serving. The vivid photographs are motivating though not every dish is accompanied by a photograph.
For each recipe the cook is given suggested prep time, cook time, and number of servings made. Of course, number of servings is always subjective.
Be aware that many of the recipes contain prep time involving cooktop or oven before putting the dish inside the slow cooker. I enjoyed the chicken and dumplings dish and also the teriyaki and orange chicken recipe.
The table of contents doesn't specify individual dishes, just categories:
slow cooker basics (rudimentary)
savory meats and poultry
effortless soups and stews (not entirely effortless)