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1,001 Best Slow-Cooker Recipes: The Only Slow-Cooker Cookbook You'll Ever Need Paperback – October 1, 2008
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The book... includes the typical soups and stews for which slow cookers are famous, as well as banana bread, risotto, seasoned cashews and even cheesecake.”
Amy Lavelly, Chicago Sun-Times
[Sue Spitler’s slow-cooker apple cider is] a lovely way to welcome guests to a winter gathering. The simmering apple cider will fill your home with a sweet and spicy aroma.”
Judy Evans, St. Louis Post-Dispatch
About the Author
Linda R. Yoakam, R.D., M.S., is a nutritionist and diabetes consultant with an extensive practice in the Chicago area.
Top Customer Reviews
The formatting is a pain. The nutritional information and points are given at the beginning of each recipe. While I am always pleased when a cookbook includes nutritional information, the standard recipe convention is for the nutritional information to be at the end of the recipe, not the beginning.
The recipes do not start on their own page, which just annoys me.
There isn't a single photograph of a dish in the entire book. When reading an e-cookbook on a color-capable reader it makes me feel something is lacking.
Many of the appetizers in the first chapter could be made in a crockpot, but unless it were your only method of cooking food I don't know why you would. The Sugar-Glazed Five-Spice Pecan recipe makes me afraid I'd end up with a big, gooey, burnt mess in my crockpot. Why wouldn't I just do them in the oven on parchment paper? As for the dips, I'm sure many are delicious, but unless you're making a large quantity for a large group, why would you dirty up your crockpot for a recipe that would barely cover the bottom of the pot instead of just doing it in the microwave?
The beverage recipes are fine - I've mulled wine and made other hot beverages for parties in crockpots many times.
Some of the recipes are oddly named. For example, Nicoise Fish Soup. I thought, wow, a soup based on Salade Nicoise, that sounds interesting! (If you haven't had it, a Salade Nicoise is composed of blanched green beans, new potatoes, cherry tomaties, tuna, anchovies, hard-boiled eggs and Nicoise olives with a vinaigrette dressing and originates from Nicoise, France.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Good receipes.. easy as well. Recomented for people trying new veggie options.. must have!Published 4 months ago by TwinRLee
Very good book!
The only thing why it's not 100% excellent for me is because I'm a vegetarian, my preferred choice would have been vegetarian and with also vegan recipes... Read more
I'm not sure if the rating on this is fair or not. I use a slow cooker at least twice a week so am always looking for recipes. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Rachel J. Hilton
Thanks for a great product , never disappointed when we order thru AmazonPublished 6 months ago by Bruederle
I'm sure this would be a great book except I don't use it on kindle. Would prefer a hard copyPublished 6 months ago by Lynne M. Chaffee