Fix-It and Forget-It Big Cookbook: 1400 Best Slow Cooker Recipes! Plus "Special Holiday Dishes" Bonus Section! by Phyllis Pellman Good
New York Times bestselling author, Phyllis Good, has gathered the biggest collection of tantalizing, best-ever slow-cooker recipes into one great book. With 1,400 recipes collected from some of Americas best home cooks.
Finally, all in one handsome volume, the best 1400 slow-cooker recipes! New York Times bestselling author Phyllis Pellman Good has gathered the biggest collection of tantalizing, best ever slow-cooker recipes into one great book. The recipes in this amazing treasure are all— Collected from some of Americas best home cooks. Tested in real-life settings. Carefully selected from thousands of recipes. Eight small galleries of full-color photos of delectable slow-cooker dishes from the collection add sparkle throughout the cookbook.
Phyllis Pellman Goods cookbooks have sold nearly 10 million copies. Her five beloved Fix-It and Forget-It cookbooks have themselves sold more than 8.8 million copies! Three of her cookbooks have been New York Times bestsellers. This is the perfect BIG COOKBOOK! Easy to understand, easy to use. Absolutely manageable for those who lack confidence in the kitchen. Convenient for those who are short on time. Will bring a make-it-again request from all who are lucky enough to enjoy these tasty dishes. Fix-It and Forget-It BIG COOKBOOK, with its 1400 best slow-cooker recipes, is another winner!
What to Cook: Slow Cooker - New York Times Cooking
Slow Cooker Chicken Tagine With Butternut Squash
Many look down their noses at the slow cooker, but it's perfect for some dishes. Stews, for one. This sausage, duck and white bean stew is rich and hearty, and you can leave the dish wholly unattended for five to seven hours as it cooks. Brown the meat before you put it in the pot or not. Our name may be different now, but we have all the same great wines, plus a subscription club where you can get customized selections delivered right to your door! Come check us out at TastingRoom.
And even on a high setting, it was able to cook at moderate enough temperatures to produce a fall-apart tender roast. Its intuitive interface, probe thermometer, locking lid, and modest price make it the best cooker of the models we tested. For longer cook times or more precise temperature control, we like the Hamilton Beach Temp Tracker. The Temp Tracker is similar to our top pick but has a hour timer, more built-in slots for a probe thermometer, and a medium setting as well as high, low, and warm. To learn about slow cookers, we consulted the best experts we could find. Combined, these chefs and authors have logged countless hours making food in a wide range of cookers.
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21 hours ago If you’ve spent any time on Pinterest or food blogs, you’ve likely come across a recipe for three-ingredient barbecue pulled pork that can be made in the slow cooker. Methods and ingredients vary, but the recipe almost always calls for boneless pork shoulder, some sort of dark.
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Food Stylist: Simon Andrews. Methods and ingredients vary, but the recipe almost always calls for boneless pork shoulder, some sort of dark cola usually Dr Pepper or root beer and barbecue sauce. We were too, so we asked the members of our NYT Cooking Community Facebook page if anyone had ever made it and if they liked it. We received more than very opinionated responses. Many readers have come up with their own clever twists, like using coffee or beer in place of cola, adding onions or chipotles, rubbing the meat with a spice blend and searing the meat before cooking. We tried cooking it a few different ways and found we liked this adaptation best.