- By Chuck Smothermon

Biggest Book of Slow Cooker Recipes

  • Title: Biggest Book of Slow Cooker Recipes
  • Author: Chuck Smothermon
  • ISBN: 9780696215469
  • Page: 309
  • Format: Paperback
  • Biggest Book of Slow Cooker Recipes Great value hundreds of tested and perfected recipes informative tips plus two bonus chapters all in one economical resource for time crunched cooks from the brand they know and trust Recipes for ap

    Great value hundreds of tested and perfected recipes, informative tips, plus two bonus chapters all in one economical resource for time crunched cooks from the brand they know and trust Recipes for appetizers, beverages, soups, stews, main dishes, and desserts 416 pages about one recipe per page makes this the largest book of its kind Bonus chapters offer 5 ingredient rGreat value hundreds of tested and perfected recipes, informative tips, plus two bonus chapters all in one economical resource for time crunched cooks from the brand they know and trust Recipes for appetizers, beverages, soups, stews, main dishes, and desserts 416 pages about one recipe per page makes this the largest book of its kind Bonus chapters offer 5 ingredient recipes and one dish meals Plenty of timesaving tips and advice for smoother meal prep.

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    1. I have made many of the recipes in this book. My family has loved them all. The gingered pork and pineapple was awesome. Though I substituted sweet potatoes for the carrots. We loved the Jerk Roast with rice and the orange mustard pork chops. We also love the curried roast & carrots. If you can't find a recipe in this book then you don';t have any imagination for food.

    2. This is just a big collection of random people's slow cooker recipes. Everything tastes like BBQ or beefstew. There's no quality control on these recipes and I don't think anyone at BHG ever actually made the recipes to verify that they are accurate at all. I only use this when I have random ingredients laying around my house and need to come up with something to eat for dinner. Because for each dish in the cookbook, there are about 25 different version of the same recipe, it is helpful to see h [...]

    3. 2.5 stars. No new information here. I would recommend this only to someone who has no other crockpot cookbooks.

    4. Full of simple, tasty recipes. The bulk of the book is slow cooker recipes, but there's also a section on 5-ingredient meals and a section on one-dish dinners. We have a handful of recipes from this book that we come back to regularly.

    5. This is a good basic book of varied recipes, but the seasonings as called for are bland to my taste. I usually at least double all the spices and seasonings. My favorites include Herbed Port Pot Roast and Southwestern White Chili. There are even dessert recipes including slow cooker bread pudding.

    6. This is a wonderful collection of recipes, many of which take various amounts of time (not just the all-day 6 hours on low variety). We have already tried a couple of these and will definitely do more.

    7. This book looks impressively big, but many recipes are just variations of the same thing, just different spices.

    8. This book got me through time and cash strapped years in college. I'm sure that not everything would be as developed as I would like now but a basic slow cooker reference.

    9. One nice feature is that the bottom half of each recipe's page is blank--room for notetaking.I'll be making the Ranch Potatoes this weekend.

    10. I like looking at all the recipes for slow cooking. But with every cookbook it sometimes feels redundant.

    11. Great easy recipes for during the week while I'm at work or on a busy weekend where I can start dinner whenever time permits durning the morning or early afternoon

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