I know most of us think of the winter as slow-cooker season, but with our busy sports schedule this summer, I’m planning to fire up the slow cooker once or twice a week.
Inspiration for my cooking is coming from this fantastic cookbook, Make It Fast, Cook It Slow: The Big Book of Everyday Slow Cooking (Kindle), which I downloaded last week for just $1.99.
And good news – it’s still available at that super cheap price!
The author, Stephanie O’Dea, was the original slow cooker blogger. She spent a whole year cooking dinner every single night in the slow cooker – and blogging about it.
Her family is gluten-free, so all of the recipes in this book are either gluten-free or have gluten-free tweaks.
I have also found that her blog (and this cookbook) are very friendly to the kosher-keepers among us. There is the occasional recipe that calls for pork, but none of the cook-chicken-breasts-in-cream-of-whatever soups that are common in slow cooker recipes.
Stephanie writes about good, whole, healthy food — that you can make quick (& cook slow).
Even if you don’t have a Kindle, you can still read this book by downloading FREE applications to read Kindle books on your Mac, PC, iPhone, BlackBerry, Windows Phone 7, or Android Phone.
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