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The Complete Slow Cooker Cookbook: Essential Recipes for Hearty and Delicious Crockery Meals, Menus, and More

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Wendy Louise, "The Complete Slow Cooker Cookbook: Essential Recipes for Hearty and Delicious Crockery Meals, Menus, and More"
English | 2008 | ISBN: 1402214081 | 272 pages | PDF | 7 MB

The Complete Slow Cooker Cookbook: Essential Recipes for Hearty and Delicious Crockery Meals, Menus, and More
REDISCOVER THE JOYS OF FAMILY DINNERS AND TOGETHERNESS

Slow cookers are for more than soups and stews. Slow cooking is bringing thousands of families back to the dinner table for hearty, homey dinners that are delicious, nutritious, and easy to prepare.

The Complete Slow Cooker Cookbook is filled with more than 200 slow cooker favorites the entire family will love, with easy recipes for:

APPETIZERS
BEVERAGES
SIDE DISHES
SOUPS
STEWS
MAIN COURSES
HOLIDAY FOODS
DESSERTS
GARNISHES

Author and crockery connoisseur Wendy Louise also shows you how to revive recipes long buried in your recipe box and bring back memories of Grandma's cooking, with instructions for converting heirloom "from scratch" recipes into delicious slow cooker creations of your own.

Families love coming home to the aromas of these hearty, slow cooked meals that are a breeze to prepare with no mess and no stress. For experiences cooks and newcomers alike, The Complete Slow Cooker Cookbook is the perfect guide to the delicious world of family style, slow cooked crockery meals.
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The Book Lover’s Cookbook

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The Book Lover's Cookbook by Shaunda Kennedy Wenger
English | Oct 14, 2003 | ISBN: 0345465008 | 352 Pages | PDF | 6 MB
Wake up to a perfect breakfast with Mrs. Dalby's Buttermilk Scones, courtesy of James Herriot's All Things Bright and Beautiful and Ichabod's Slapjacks, as featured in Washington Irving's The Legend of Sleepy Hollow. There's homey comfort food like Connie May's Tomato Pie, created with and inspired by Connie May Fowler (Remembering Blue); Thanksgiving Spinach Casserole (Elizabeth Berg's Open House); and Amish Chicken and Dumplings (Jodi Picoult's Plain Truth) . . .

The Book Lover’s Cookbook
. Sample salads, breads, and such soul-warming soups as Nearly-a-Meal Potato Soup (Terry Kay's Shadow Song); Mr. Casaubon's Chicken Noodle Soup (George Eliot's Middlemarch); and Mrs. Leibowitz's Lentil-Vegetable Soup (Frank McCourt's Angela's Ashes) . . . After relishing appetizers and entrees, there's a dazzling array of desserts, including Carrot Pudding (Charles Dickens's A Christmas Carol); Effie Belle's Coconut Cake (Olive Ann Burns's Cold Sassy Tree); and the kids will love C.S. Lewis's Turkish Delight from The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe.
Sprinkled throughout with marvelous anecdotes about writers and writing, The Book Lover's Cookbook is a culinary and literary delight, a browser's cornucopia of reading pleasure, and a true inspiration in the kitchen.
Shaunda Kennedy Wenger enjoys creative cooking and writing children's stories and articles. She is currently working on a novel. Her work has been published in Babybug, Ladybug, Wonder Years, American Careers, South Valley Living, and Short-Short Stories for Reading Aloud (The Education Center, 2000). She is an active member of the League of Utah Writers and the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators. She regards her monthly book club meeting as one life's essential ingredients.
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Cooking with My Sisters: One Hundred Years of Family Recipes, from Bari to Big Stone Gap

Adriana Trigiani, Mary Trigiani, "Cooking with My Sisters: One Hundred Years of Family Recipes, from Bari to Big Stone Gap"
2005 | ISBN: 0812974824 | 192 pages | EPUB, MOBI | 21,6 MB
Trigiani, author of the Big Stone Gap trilogy, Queen of the Big Time and other novels, offers a scrapbook of homey recipes and reminiscences. While it'll undoubtedly please her family, friends and biggest fans, readers outside that circle may tire of endless photographs of Trigiani family parties and tales of mothers who wanted their children to eat plenty of greens and grandmothers who were loath to share recipes. There are many parallels between the author's family and her fictional characters, and the anecdotes Trigiani shares sometimes resemble incidents from her books. Handwritten notes from Trigiani's grandmother ("Congratulations on your engagement…. the Prince of Wales wouldn't be good enough for my granddaughters") and memories of Trigiani's mother's "warm, inviting, creative" kitchen are sweet, but hardly compelling or unusual. Similarly, the recipes—contributed by Trigiani and her sisters—are for well-worn (if delicious) Italian classics: Gnocchi, Basic Tomato Sauce, Meatballs, Sausage and Peppers, Braciole, Trigiani Lasagne with Meat and Cheese, and Mom's Stuffed Peppers. Authentic, yes. Interesting? It depends. Beginning cooks stand to gain the most from this collection, but those already familiar with standard Italian-American fare won't find much of interest, making this a "for fans only" cookbook.

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