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Fix-It and Forget-It Recipes for Entertaining: Slow Cooker Favorites for All the Year Round
Bursting with absolutley delicious recipes, as well as Tips for Hosting, Menus for Meals with Friends, and Ideas for Go-Alongs that complement slow cooker dishes. You'll love, cooking, hosting, and eating from this treasure of good food.
Spiral-bound, 284 pages
Published May 1st 2013 by Good Books
(first published January 1st 2000)
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I use this book much more than the Fix it and Forget it Recipes. Most of the dishes I've made from this book have been successful. I've made some things from the original book that were awful! This would make a great shower gift.
This has some great recipes in it. There were some clunkers too but for the most part I copied a bunch, made a few already & shared several w/ Mom & friends. I'm going to have to look for some more titles as the author has several published.
This one is even better than the original fix-it and forget-it. What I love the most is that they give you many variations of the same recipe from different people throughout the country. I find I take some from one recipe and some from another, and have my own. Absolutely fantastic if you're a busy person and need a great slow cooked meal to come home to.
I liked it but the ratio of good recipes to Mmnnh recipes is 1:15. A lot of the recipes listed are similar to each other. Especially in the meat sections, for roast they have several but they'll only be 1 or 2 ingredients different that the one before. Not worth buying.
This is my favorite cookbook ever. It has a wide range of recipes so you can make something fancy with lots of ingredients or something totally simple and basic. There's a huge selection and it's organized great.