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If I had just one slow cooker book, it would be one of hers.
For all the flavorful ingredients in each recipe I tried, you'd think there would be a lot of layers of flavor going on in the final products.
I am very happy with this book, however it is really very different than the first (which makes them a great set).
My dad bought this cookbook for my mom for christmas and we made one of the recipes a couple of days after. It was wonderful so I bought the cookbook for myself. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Jennifer H
This is a great cookbook to have in your collection. If you love your crock pot, you will love this book!Published 12 months ago by CharlieeFoxtrot
I really like these recipes. They taste good and the ingredients are easy to find ,With the global flavors, and sumptuous presentation you can't go wrong.Published 12 months ago by Mary Webster
It arrived on time and as described. I think I either misunderstood or was misled about how easy the recipes would be for the slow cooker. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Nadine J Williams
My "go to" cookbook for my slow cooker. Excellent recipes, easy to follow instructions and amazing photographs. A great find!Published 19 months ago by D.L. McLennan Bonino
I have never used my slow cooker more since buying this book. This is a great addition to any kitchen.Published 21 months ago by Jmcooke
I've just accepted that crockpot meals can't be gourmet, and this book is proof of that. None of the recipes I tried resulted in anything especially tasty, so I'm sticking with my... Read morePublished on August 18, 2012 by Amazon Customer
On the whole...I like this slow cooker recipe book. The one complaint is that I wish there was the "grind spices" and then the amounts if you have already ground spices. Read morePublished on April 6, 2011 by Emma Tea
My friend is really into cooking, she recently purchased a slow cooker and when I asked what she wanted for Christmas she responded with a cookbook for her slow cooker. Read morePublished on March 11, 2011 by Tiffany R. Ranney