- Easy-to-make homestyle meals with slow-simmered flavor!
- Chapters include Family Favorites,
Dinner in a Jiffy,
Chilis, Chowders, Soups & Stews,
Sandwiches & More,
Yummy Dips, Spreads & Snacks, Ooey-Gooey Desserts
- Exclusively designed by Gooseberry Patch
- Hardcover, 224 pages
- 9-1/4" x 6-1/2"
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Featured Tip: Oh-oh...you forgot to thaw the roast overnight! Before placing the frozen roast in the crock; pour in a cup of warm water to cushion the crock. Add an extra 4 hours cooking time on low or 2 hours on high.
Don’t you just love the savory flavors that only long slow-cooking can create? On busy days when fast food seems like the only answer, here’s our secret…put a slow cooker to work!
In Slow-Cooker Recipes
, you’ll find all the delicious dishes your family craves…Homestyle Pork Chops & Gravy, Creamy Chicken & Noodles and Fix & Go Swiss Steak. Sweet & Spicy Country Ham will bring back fond memories of Sunday dinner at Grandma’s. For the holidays, Roasted Tom Turkey and Harvest Pecan Sweet Potatoes will make you thankful that the slow cooker did all the work!
There are simmering soups like Corny-Bacon Chowder to warm you right up on a chilly day. We’ve provided scrumptious sides like Cinnamon Spiced Applesauce and German Potato Salad too. They’re all so easy with a slow cooker…just pop in the ingredients and return hours later to enjoy a hearty meal!
You’ll get parties off to a great start with hot appetizers like Bacon-Horseradish Dip and Aunt Becky’s Smokey Sausages. Feed a hungry crowd with sandwiches stuffed with tender French Dip or Apple Pork BBQ…yum!
And for everybody’s sweet tooth, we’ve rounded up fabulous warm, comforting desserts like Hot Fudge Spooncake and even a Slow-Cooked Apple Pie. So get out your trusty slow cooker and fill ’er up! Hardcover, 224 pages. (9-1/4" x 6-1/2")
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Location: Lake Elmo
Date Posted: 07/25/2021 01:33:25 PM
Many of the recipes in this cookbook have become my family's favorites so it is a keeper. The only thing I don't like about the cookbook is the index. You have to know the exact name of the recipe to find what page it is on instead of knowing what it is or the main ingredient. For example, "Oh-So-Easy Lasgna" is listed under Mains under "O" instead of "L" for lasgna. I can remember lasgna but not "Oh".