Slow Cooking Properly Explained: Over 100 Favourite Recipes


ISBN: 9780716022213 Author: Page, Dianne Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group, Right Way Publication Date: 16th April 2009 Imprint: Robinson Cover: Paperback Dewey: 641.5884 (edition:22) Pages: 159 Language: English Edition: Fully Revised new Edition Readership: General - Trade / Code: K Category: Subject:

A new and updated edition of the bestselling slow cooking title, ideal for experienced slow cookers and novices alike.

Dianne Page’s collection of over 100 traditional family recipes for the slow cooker has been a bestseller for many years and is perfect for those who are buying (or thinking of buying) their first slow cooker, as well as for the expert.

Now updated to cover the latest developments in slow cooking, her recipes prove that slow cookers not only produce tasty soups, stews and casseroles, but are also ideal for cooking fish, fruit and vegetables.

Slow cooking enables the food’s flavours to blend and develop. It tenderizes even the toughest, cheapest meats, offers flexible meal times for busy families and produces no cooking smells and steam in the kitchen.