Synopses & Reviews
Mable Hoffman loves to cook. A professional home economist, she cooks to develop recipes, to promote food products and to prepare those tasty, eye-appealing dishes you've seen in ads and food-preparation articles. She's also a food stylist and editorial consultant for Better Homes and Gardens.
Slow cooking is different and requires special recipes. Mable developed every recipe specially for slow-cooking pots. Every one has been tested and re-tested to bring you sure success with each meal you prepare. You'll see how your slow-cooking pot invites culinary creativity. Just use these recipes as a foundation and add a little pinch of your own ingenuity to the pot.
You'll find slow cooking makes good eating!
For 20 years this classic cookbook by New York Times bestselling author Hoffman has been helping America enjoy the advantages of the slow-cooking method. Some of the original recipes have been updated to reduce fat and calories, and 77 totally new and delicious recipes have been added to reflect today's on-the-go lifestyle. Full-color photos.
This cookbook invites culinary creativity. The reader is encouraged to use these recipes only as a foundation, adding a pinch of his own ingenuity to the pot.
About the Author
Mable Hoffman is a professional home economist and director of Hoffman Food Consultants. The author of many cookbooks including Crockery Cookery, California Flavors, and Appetizers and Small Meals, she is the recipient of four Tastemaker Awards.