Synopses & Reviews
Whos hungry? EVERYONE. Who has time to cook? NO ONE.
Dig out the slow cooker. Add a second and a third if you wish. Fill one with main-dish fixins and the others with go-alongs. Do it in the morning or between work and after-school events. Come home to richly-flavored, ready-to-serve food.
Slow cookers are having a comeback. With good reason. They are friends on a day of running errands. They allow easy entertaining with no last-minute preparation. And vegetarians wont find a better way to work with dried beans. Slow cookers are gentle with the food budget less expensive ingredients flourish in their slow, moist heat.
Fix-It and Forget-It offers more than 800 recipes the whole range of recipes slow cookers do well: Appetizers and Snacks, Soups and Stews, Main Dishes (with and without meat), Vegetables and Go-Alongs, Desserts and Beverages. Tips and Hints are dropped in throughout, urging one additional small step for lots of extra flavor, offering ways to make your cooker a complementary appliance, explaining seasoning to maximum effect.
Bring an element of simplicity and quality to your pressured life! Let your slow cooker work for you.
With tips for using a slow cooker, this immensely popular "New York Times" bestseller features recipes for more than 800 wonderfully tasty dishes. Each flavor-filled recipe is not intimidating, too exotic, or too time-consuming.
The "Fix-It and Forget-It Cookbook" offers over 800 recipes for a wide range of dishes that can be prepared in slow cookers, including appetizers and snacks, soups and stews, main dishes (with and without meat), vegetables, and so much more!
About the Author
Dawn J. Ranck has been a convinced slow-cooker user for years. She, along with her many friends, have been lining up their various-sized cookers on their kitchen counters before they set off each morning and coming home to richly flavored full dinners. Ranck, who lives in Harrisonburg, Virginia, is the co-author of A Quilters Christmas Cookbook
and Favorite Recipes with Herbs
Phyllis Pellman Good has been part of many cookbook projects, authoring The Best of Amish Cooking and The Festival Cookbook, and co-authoring Recipes from Central Market, Favorite Recipes with Herbs, The Best of Mennonite Fellowship Meals, and From Amish and Mennonite Kitchens. Good and her husband, Merle, live in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, and are co-directors of The Peoples Place, a heritage interpretation center in the Lancaster County village of Intercourse, Pennsylvania.
Table of Contents
About This Cookbook
Appetizers, Snacks, and Spreads
Soups, Stews, and Chilis
Bean Main Dishes
About the Authors