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Author: Judith Finlayson
ISBN13: 978-0778802846
Title: The 150 Best Slow Cooker Recipes
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Language: English
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Publisher: Robert Rose; Second Edition, Revised and Expanded edition (July 28, 2011)
Pages: 288

The 150 Best Slow Cooker Recipes by Judith Finlayson

Judith Finlayson is a best-selling cookbook author and journalist whose slow cooker books have sold over 750,000 copies. She lives in Toronto, Ontario. Paperback: 288 pages.

An indispensable assistant, a slow cooker will help you prepare delicious food that requires a minimum of attention, while ensuring a maximum of success. But the recipes are key. In The 150 Best Slow Cooker Recipes, you'll find superb recipes that will exceed your e Slow Cookers are the ideal appliance for today's lifestyle because they make meal preparation so manageable. An indispensable assistant, a slow cooker will help you prepare delicious food that requires a minimum of attention, while ensuring a maximum of success. Old standards or new classics, The 150 Best Slow Cooker Recipes has an abundance of appetizing and dependable recipes. 150 Recipes - 50+ Color Photographs Dependable Tips and Techniques Appetizers to Desserts Make Ahead Ideas.

Delicious and Dependable Slow Cooker Recipes by Judith Finlayson (Paperback, 2002). Step-by-Step Practical Recipes: Slow Cooker by Flame Tree Publishing (Paperback, 2012). Judith Finlayson is a journalist, speechwriter, and author on the subject of women with a life-long love of cooking.

It's hard to believe, but this autumn marks the 10th anniversary of its first printing. A lot has changed since then, from our tastes and interests in food and ingredients, including healthier fare, to the availability of a much wider range of slow cookers. So we decided to revisit this bestseller. The result is an expanded, updated sensational slow cooker book that reflects the needs of today's home cook

Judith Finlayson Robert Rose2011. Recipes from this book.

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The sudden resurgence of the slow cooker – or by the most common brand name, Crock Pot? Maybe it’s just because fall is here or maybe its just another stage in the back-to-basics movement. Didn’t slow cookers make their big debut during the recession of the 80s? Either way, I’m embracing a cooking style that I’ve always dabbled in but never really understood. Since it’s still pretty warm here, I’m trying to make a slow cooker meal once every week or two. Once we get into winter I’ll probably crank it up to twice per week. I am a foodie and somewhat of a cookbook collector. The thing is, I’m pretty picky. I have preferences and a book that doesn’t follow them will likely stay on the shelf collecting dust, rather than on my kitchen counter collecting saucy fingerprints.

In 2001 published 150 Best Slow Cooker Recipes. That book went on to sell over 400,000 copies and its success was a life-changing event. At that point I decided to make my hobby my career. Since then I have written 15 cookbooks, which in total have sold over a million copies. In the meantime, thank you for dropping in. I hope to see you again. Take A Peak at Chile Pepper Bible Recipes.

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Her 2004 book, 125 best Vegetarian Slow Cooker Recipes became my best kitchen friend. This book includes recipes for: Starters, Soups, Casseroles and Stews, Beans and Lentils, Grains and Sides, and Desserts. There is helpful introductory section that talks about how and why slow cookers work. Note, there are over 60 vegan friendly recipes in the book, and many more can be made vegan by omitting the cheese or eggs. I tried seven very different recipes from this collection and have already selected several more. Transfer to slow cooker stoneware. Cover and cook on low for 8 to 10 hours or on high for 4 to 5 hours, until vegetables are tender. Cover and cook on high for another 15 to 20 minutes, until heated through. Garnish with parsley or cilantro if using.

A very special expanded edition of a classic -- readers will enjoy the standards and new classics.

The first edition of The 150 Best Slow Cooker Recipes has 425,000 copies in print and has been an outstanding success. It's hard to believe, but this fall marks the 10th anniversary of its first printing. A lot has changed since then, from our tastes and interests in food and ingredients, including healthier fare, to the availability of a much wider range of slow cookers. So we decided to revisit this bestseller. The result is an expanded, updated sensational slow cooker book that reflects the needs of today's home cook.

This updated and revised edition features original favorites plus 75 new recipes that have been carefully sourced and selected by the author from some of her previous bestsellers. It means more fish, seafood and vegetarian favorites as well as whole-grain offerings. And in a nod to the slow cooker's humble beginnings, we've added more than a dozen sumptuous and tantalizing chili recipes, since nothing compares to chili prepared in slow cooker. Every section and every chapter has been revisited, updated and expanded.

Here's a sample of some of the superb new recipes:

Caribbean fish stew, coconut shrimp curry Mushroom and artichoke lasagna, Louisiana ratatouille Sausage-spiked peas and rice, beer-braised chili Short ribs with orange gremolata, lamb shanks braised in Guinness Chocolate bread-and-butter pudding, cranberry pear brown Betty.

The number of color photographs will be increased to over 60, and the interior is being fully redesigned, but the full-color elements of the first edition will be retained. With this superb book, home cooks can create everything from appetizers to desserts, and the extensive tips and techniques ensure delicious results.

Reviews: 7
I have had this cookbook for a couple of years and this year bought more of them to give to my grown children, who haven't used their crockpots very much. I've made more than half the recipes in my book and every one has been a standout! True, there is a bit of preparation before putting ingredients into the cooker, but that's the beauty of having an awesome meal ready at dinner time - that it doesn't taste like something you just threw into the pot and hoped for the best. Fish chowder, celery soup and southwestern corn and roasted red pepper soups are worth having the book for themselves! The cumin pot roast, "easy pot roast" and boeuf bourguignon are wonderful winter dishes that fill the house with lovely aroma all day. My family has had each of these several times and always raves. Pork roast with chili orange sauce is yummy (I left out the banana, as we are not fans). Pork chops and onions was a huge hit, and I even forgot to finish with the mustard sause! Chicken with sage makes a lovely brown sauce and the chicken comes out incredibly tender. Roast chicken in tarragon cream sauce is a real company-worthy meal. I serve it with couscous and roasted beets. I could go on and on . . .

The thing I love about this cookbook, aside from that the recipes all come out so well, is that most of the ingredients are things I have in my kitchen already. There are not a lot of foreign or specialized ingredients to go out and hunt for. I can really thaw a piece of meat and flip through the book to find a recipe I can use for tonight's main course.

I have a huge collection of cookbooks, and can say without a doubt that this one is used more often than any other I own. I totally reccommend it to beginners or seasoned cooks.
Over the years I had a couple of crock pots and slow cooker cookbooks and everything that came out of the pots was bland and unappetizing looking. I even managed to turn out beef that had cooked for hours and was so tough you could barely chew it. From this cookbook I learned that you can't simply throw a bunch of ingredients in the pot, turn it on low and hope to have something you'd really like to eat hours later. These recipes do require some prep--browning meat, sauteing veggies, etc. Perhaps not a lot less work than required for other ways of cooking, but the advantage of the slow cooker is that you can do all that prep early in the day, do the clean-up then, and then go about your day and expect tasty results when dinner-time arrives. If you're having guests for dinner (and yes, these recipes are something you'll be proud to serve to guests) you can relax and visit with your guests before dinner without being stuck in the kitchen with a lot of final preparations. I definitely recommend this cookbook.
White gold
I really like this cookbook. While I like the "typical" American fare, I like to try things that are new, too.

Like other reviewers have mentioned, this is not a dump and go slow cooker cookbook. You'll have to spend about 30 minutes or so (depending on the recipe) of prep time before you put everything in the slow cooker, but I actually like that. I think it develops better flavors in these dishes than if you were to just dump everything in and turn the slow cooker on.

So far, I've made 6 or 7 of the recipes and have really liked all of them. I try to do a slow cooker dinner every week because of our schedules, so this has been a nice change of pace to the typical short ribs, pulled pork or roasts.
I am one of those "morning people" who lose energy as the day goes along.
This fabulous cookbook enables me to serve great food to company, doing my cooking in the morning hours. Thus, I am fresh and unharried when my guests arrive, and they are served wonderful, innovative food. I have been asked for recipes from this book so many times that I am ordering two more copies today--one for my good friend's birthday and the other to use at my summer house in Maine. Try the orange flavored Moroccan lamb with prunes! It's been a hit numerous times, even with people who claim not to like lamb.
comforting foods
My husband first bought this book for me right after initial publication. I have made many recipes multiple times. I have recommended it for friends, including one who is a professional caterer. My three daughters, one of whom has a culinary chef's designation, use it regularly. The recipes are creative, use great spices and take the cook out of the realm of tasteless, overcooked slow cooker recipes of the past. I gave this book as part of a wedding gift and the couple have used many recipes for formal entertaining. Some of the recipes require some specialty ingredients found only in foreign food sections of the store or, in some cases a specialty store, but it is all worth the delightful flavors and colors one experiences. I look forward to trying Ms. Finlayson's newest slow cooker book too!
This book is fantastic. I have made the majority of the recipes in the book with rave reviews from everyone who has tasted them. The only caveat is that they tend to be a bit conservative on the spice side, so if you want a bit more heat/flavor, add more. Overall, a great addition to your cookbook library.
This is a classic slow cooker recipe book and one that I've had for years. Bought this one for my daughter.