Sunday, January 20, 2013

It's Winter- Time for That Slow Cooker

So it's cold out, and you got a slow cooker as a holiday gift- or you have a trusty veteran slow cooker and need some new recipes to try out. We have a great selection of slow-cooker cookbooks to add some spice and variety to your everyday dining.

The Fix it and Forget Cookbook, by Dawn J. Ranck it is the classic. If you just got a slow cooker, this may be the first cookbook you should buy. It has all your family's favorites.

The Better Home and Gardens Year-Round Slow Cooker is packed with recipes for more than just cold winter nights. It boasts 500 recipes "for all seasons," so you're sure to use this cookbook throughout the year.

Cooking Light's Slow Cooker Tonight! contains Cooking Light's trademark light and delicious meals like Barley, Black Bean and Corn Burritos and Spicy Chicken Stew.

The Mexican Slow Cooker, by Deborah Schneider, is a great book with recipes for moles, carnitas, enchiladas and more. What's better on a cold night than a spicy soup?

The Mediterranean Slow Cooker, by Michele Scicolone, has favorites from Italy, Greece, Morocco, Turkey, France and more. It may be the slow-cooker book with the greatest variety of cuisines!

The Indian Slow Cooker, by Anupy Singla, adapts aloo gobi, kaala chana and more to your slow-cooking kitchen in a compact volume with beautiful photographs and simple instructions.

The French Slow Cooker, also by Michele Scicolone, has all your favorite French stews and soups as well as a lovely array of desserts for your dining pleasure.

The Vegan Slow Cooker, by Kathy Hester, is a great addition to the repertoire of vegetable eaters. It's not just about meat and more meat as this terrific cookbook shows.

Diabetic Living's Diabetic Slow Cooker Recipes adapts popular dishes for healthy living. It would be a good choice for anyone trying to cook and eat healthier meals.

There you go! I hope you can find something- or a few things- to suit your palate and help you get the most use out of your kitchen!

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