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Betty Crocker's Slow Cooker Cookbook
Here's a collection of tasty and attractive dishes that can easily be prepared with little to no attention and are ready when you want to eat. Succulent meats, tender poultry and even vegetarian dishes, hot and full of simmered-in flavor, are waiting for you when you want them. This book is full of more than 120 no-nonsense, delicious recipes that are easy for anyone to us ...more
Spiral-bound, 224 pages
Published October 1st 1999 by Betty Crocker
(first published 1999)
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Nov 23, 2007 Cindy rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: busy folks who like to cook
I really like this one. A fellow BookCrosser gave it to me and every recipe I've tried has been at least pretty good, some of them excellent. I tried the New England pot roast yesterday, but it needed more horseradish. The long cooking time mellows it out so much you can hardly even taste it. But it was still easy and good.
This book had a few recipes that looked good. It didn't have pictures, though- and that is my favorite part of a good cookbook. It was pretty thorough, as slow cooker cookbooks go, but like I said, it didn't have too many recipes to tempt me and my picky family.
I expected more out of a Bette Crocker cookbook. The recipes in the book looked boring, old fashioned and "typical". I think that there are books that contain a lot more exciting, contemporary and unusual types of crockpot cookbooks out there that would be much more worth looking into.