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This review is from: More Make It Fast, Cook It Slow: 200 Brand-New, Budget-Friendly, Slow-Cooker Recipes (Paperback)
I was such a huge fan of Stephanie's blog and I absolutely love her first cookbook. However, when I received this sequel, I was really disappointed. I feel like the content is very skimpy and repetitive. The first book was packed with a huge quantity and variety of recipes -- this book feels really slim and as though it was sort of a stretch to put it together. I hate to say anything negative because all of the recipes I've made from the first book and the blog have been great, but in general, I would not recommend purchasing this particular cookbook. I really feel that Stephanie can do better based on her previous cookbook.