Martha Stewart's Slow Cooker

110 Recipes for Flavorful, Foolproof Dishes (Including Desserts!), Plus Test-Kitchen Tips and Strategies

by from the Kitchens of Martha Stewart

Cook it slow, cook it smart

Leave it to the experts at Martha Stewart to figure out the best ways to use this favorite appliance. The 110 recipes in this book make the most of the slow cooker’s assets (low heat, hands-off cooking), while also uncovering its hidden potential. Readers will find that they can not only braise cuts of meat until meltingly tender and let soups and stews simmer away untended, but also gently poach fish, cook up creamy scalloped potatoes, and bake a perfect cheesecake. This book has everything home cooks need to maximize flavor and make life a whole lot easier.


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Martha Stewart's Slow Cooker: 110 Recipes for Flavorful, Foolproof Dishes (Including Desserts!), Plus Test- Kitchen Tips and Strategies

Nancy N.

4.5 Stars

I thought this cookbook was A+! It is well designed, full of beautiful photographs, and extremely practical for a week night dinner.  I'm super surprised there's also dessert recipes included, although I doubt I will try any of those.…

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SLOW COOKING....HOW PERFECT

Misch Brannock

4.5 Stars

Martha Stewart and I go a back a long way, I think her very first book ENTERTAINING is probably one of the best holiday cookbooks I've ever owned. In fact both the cheesecake and brownie recipe contained in that book are my go to…

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Make the Most of the Slow Cooker

Mary Jones

4 Stars

There are 110 recepies in Martha Stewart's Slow Cooker book; Meat, Soups, Stews, Fish, Creamy Scalloped Potatoes, and even a delicious cheesecake. Root _ Vegetable Confit, Ropa Vieja, Indian-Style Fish Curry, Persian Lamb Stew, Ribollita and…

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Martha Stewart's Slow Cooker

Tylyn Einhorn

4.5 Stars

Martha Stewart's Slow Cooker was a well organized cookbook that had a good number of images to show…

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Martha delivers again.

Aimee Lambert

4 Stars

First, let me say that I really like Martha. For all her fanciness she writes clear recipes that easy to follow and usually pretty good. This cookbook is no different, and I appreciate that. The one thing I did wish for is a little more…

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