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Good Food: 101 Slow Cooker Favourites - Sarah Cook

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Author: Sarah Cook / Paperback / 216 Pages / Book is published 2011-08-25 by BBC Books / Alternative title: Good Food: 101 Slow Cooker Favourites: Triple-tested Recipes

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      08.03.2012 21:20
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      A cookbook that doesnt burst the bank and is actually useful.

      Recently got a slow cooker and wanted to actually know what to put into it. went to waterstones and got this book for £4.99. I thought this was a bargain for 101 recipes.

      This book is neatly set out and pictures which is good because it shows how you can set it out when the product is finally finished. It sets out the nutritional values as well of each meal which is good if your watching your weight.

      It is very useful it tells you whether to put it onto high or low and also how long it will take which is good because i was able to put it on hours before the fiancée got home and as he arrived i dished it up, boiling hot and the recipe was full proof the timings are perfect and the actual recipes are easy to follow. It uses food that you have in your cupboards where as other books i have found i had to make a special trip to asda.

      Its small so you can store it in the cupboard next to the slowcooker for safe keeping.

      The types of recipes in there are simple such as a cottage pie to a homemade curry and chocolate puddings.

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