Year-Round Slow Cooker: 100 Favorite Recipes for Every Season (Paperback)

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Make more than stew in your slow cooker Year-Round Slow Cooker gives you an eye-opening look at 100 amazing recipes you can make in this handy device. See how the crock pot you depend on for chilly-weather soups and stews is so much more versatile than you may think.

25 innovative recipes for each season. Author and cooking teacher Dina Cheney taps into the growing trend for eating fresh and uses her know-how to make it easy for the home cook. She has developed 25 slow-cooker recipes for each season that feature fresh, seasonal ingredients. Along with classics like corned beef and cabbage, you can also enjoy summer Greek-style brisket, peach and apricot bread pudding, Asian-style short ribs, and more.

Get the most from your slow cooker. With Year-Round Slow Cooker you can simplify meal prep, prepare make-ahead dishes, and eat fresh from January to December.

About the Author


Dina Cheney attended the Culinary Arts Career program at New York's Institute of Culinary Education, and taught cooking classes throughout the New York City Metro area for 2 1/2 years. She's also written two cookbooks: Tasting Club (DK, 2006) and Williams-Sonoma; New Flavors for Salads (Oxmoor House, 2009) and developed recipes for Fine Cooking and Coastal Living Magazines. Dina is a monthly columnist for Everyday with Rachael Ray Magazine, and has written for 18 other publications, including Cooking Light. Dina is also a working mom to two young children and relies on the slow cooker to simplify meal preparation for her family.


Product Details
ISBN: 9781600854903
ISBN-10: 1600854907
Publisher: Taunton Press
Publication Date: January 22nd, 2013
Pages: 224
Language: English

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