Look at a Cookbook – More Make It Fast, Cook It Slow: 200 Brand-New, Budget-Friendly, Slow-Cooker Recipes

“More Make It Fast, Cook It Slow: 200 Brand-New, Budget-Friendly, Slow-Cooker Recipes” by Stephanie O’Dea is the follow up to her New York Time best selling book “Make It Fast, Cook It Slow: The Big Book of Everyday Slow Cooking.
The best thing about this cookbook is that it has everything you love about the first one: easy to follow recipes, wide variety of ideas, and practical cooking. However, now you get even more ideas to try and taste!

What would make this book better?

Pictures! But if you’re looking for straight-forward recipes within a book at a value price (since printing text is more affordable than printing graphics) you’ll be perfectly happy with “More Make It Fast, Cook It Slow: 200 Brand-New, Budget-Friendly, Slow-Cooker Recipes.”

My favorite part of the book?

Real ingredients. Too many cookbooks feature recipes that call for unconventional ingredients. Perhaps the chefs are so far departed from the real world of typical grocery store shopping that they don’t realize that some items they take for granted are actually exotic luxuries to the average shopper. Not that you won’t find quality ingredients listed, there are plenty of occasions within this book for fresh flavor infusing delectables. But fortunately you won’t need to change grocery stores to prepare for these recipes. In fact, you probably already have most of what you’ll need to cook.

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