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- Paperback: 192 pages
- Publisher: Robert Rose (January 17, 2013)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0778804445
- ISBN-13: 978-0778804444
- Cover price $24.95
ABOUT TRIPLE SLOW COOKER ENTERTAINING
Let’s have a party! In the past, those simple words might have invoked anxiety, but no more! Thanks to the innovative triple slow cookers now available — one slow cooker with three stoneware vessels — throwing a terrific party just got much easier.
What buffet table is complete without a slow cooker full of meatballs, dip, chili or another tasty dish? With triple slow cookers, you can offer a greater variety of these delicious, hot, slow-cooked foods. The recipes have been created by the team behind the bestselling BabycakesTM cookbooks and are guaranteed crowd-pleasers. There’s a menu for virtually every occasion, from New Year’s Eve to a child’s birthday party to Halloween to Oscar night. This is truly an invaluable resource, whether you’re a veteran party planner or hosting an event for the first time.
KATHY MOORE & ROXANNE WYSS are leading experts in small appliances and the authors of five cookbooks. Their food consulting firm develops recipes, tests products and generally sets the standard for innovative recipes and food information.
I received a copy of Triple Slow Cooker Entertaining. I absolutely love my slow cooker. I have seen the triple slow cookers in the store and knew they’d be great for holidays, but never really thought about them for regular dinners and entertaining.
Part 1: Entertaining with Your Triple Slow Cooker
- Slow Cooker Know-How
- Ready, Set, Party
- Party Plans
Part 2: Recipes for the Triple Slow Cooker
- Dips and Cheese Fondues
- Appetizers and Snacks
- Soups, Chilis and Sauces
- Main Dishes
- Sides and Salads
- Sweet Endings and Hot Drinks
I like that each chapter has a table of contents of it’s own, making recipes easy to find. The recipes in this cookbook are all very easy to understand. I looked through most of the book and the recipes that I saw all seemed to call for ordinary ingredients that you’d find in a typical kitchen or grocery store. Recipes don’t have cooking or prep time, two things I find so helpful when using a cookbook. The cookbook doesn’t have many photos, there are only about two dozen of them I wish there were more photos, being as photos are useful in that they help a person determine what to make and let you know if yours looks right. Recipes that I’m thinking I’d like to try include French Onion Soup, Roasted Tomato Basil Soup, Slow-Smoked Beef Brisket, Hot Browns, Parmesan Herb Potato Casserole, German Potato Salad, Creamy Parmesan Polenta and Cheesecake Fondue. The party plans are perfect for those that aren’t sure what goes with what, or just need help planning or haven’t done much entertaining before. This cookbook would be great for anyone starting out.