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The Big Book of Paleo Slow Cooking: 200 Nourishing Recipes That Cook Carefree, for Everyday Dinners and Weekend Feasts Paperback – August 1, 2017
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About the Author
Natalie Perry is the cook, writer, and photographer of the gluten-free and paleo blog Perry's Plate, which she founded in 2008. Perry has been and remains a regular contributor to Ree Drummond's (Pioneer Woman's) websites, first at the Tasty Kitchen Blog and now at Pioneer Woman: Food & Friends. Her work has been featured online at Bon Appetit, Glamour, HuffPost Food, LDS Living, Gourmet Live, and The Kitchn (Apartment Therapy), and in print in Clean Eating magazine. She lives with her husband and four children in the Reno, NV area.
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I have to give it to the author, there is quite a variety of recipes within these pages. Some things that I hadn’t even consider making on my own before—like the sauces, condiments and spice mixes—left me feeling like it was time to be a little more adventurous.
While there are quite a few recipes that sound appetizing, the two I’ve made weren’t all that special. The first, beef stroganoff, my husband took two bites of and flat out refused to eat anymore. Have I mentioned that beef stroganoff is usually one of his favorite meals? The other, orange chicken, he suffered through, but told me he would never consider eating it again. While I wasn’t as harsh of a critic as he was—maybe because I was the one that spent the time shopping for the ingredients and actually putting it together—in no way were either of these recipes regular rotation worthy. I wouldn’t say the recipes were complicated, but the additional stovetop steps were kind of a downer—a little bit more involved than just tossing some ingredients in the crockpot. Most importantly was the flavor, both dishes were overly sweet for my palate. I guess I should also note—I followed both recipes exactly.
I’m still hopeful some of the other recipes will work out better for us.
*Thank you to Quarto Publishing Group/Harvard Common Press for a copy in exchange for an honest review.
I can honestly say that my sons have also rifled through the book and have a pretty good sized list of things they want to try. So Natalie managed to appeal to the adults, teens, and pre-teens all in one fell swoop while helping us maintain our waistline, too. Brava, Natalie! I foresee cooking from this for years to come.
Oh! And I think this +a slow cooker would make a wonderful gift for new college kids going to dorms or apartments, or for those moving out on their own for the first time!
Whether you're into paleo or not, get this book! The recipes are healthy, and even my husband (who is pretty picky) was super impressed.