250+ cost-busting, simple, healthy recipes for great meals and morewhich can be prepared in your slow cooker or your conventional oven
Food is taking a bigger bite out of our budgets these days. We can’t fight that fact. But we can enjoy meals at the end of a day that stretch that budget while providing both savory tastes and top-notch nutrition. Best of all, the “secret ingredient” to most of these delectable dishes is in your house: It’s a slow cooker. If you don’t have one yet, don’t fretyour stove will also do.
In $3 Slow-Cooked Meals, Ellen Brown dishes up more than 250 simple, easy-to-follow, family-pleasing recipesfrom thick and healthful bean dishes, myriad hearty soups, and luscious meat and poultry stews, to sinfully rich bread puddings. Main courses are priced so that the cost of a WHOLE meal
including side dishes and a dessertcosts less than $3 per peson! So dust off your slow cooker, open up $3 Slow-Cooked Meals, and get ready for some exotic aromas, followed by fabulous flavors!
Mushroom and Italian Sausage Frittata
Cheddar Potato Chowder
Southern Vegetable Stew with Cornmeal Dumplings
Cajun Fish Gumbo
Moroccan Sweet and Sour Chicken
Spanish Pork with Garbanzo Beans
Apple-Raisin Pudding Cake
|Publisher:||Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.80(d)|
About the Author
Ellen Brown, who gained the national limelight in 1982 as the founding food editor of USA Today, is the author of twenty-five cookbooks, including several for The Lyons Press: $3 Meals: Feed Your Family Delicious Meals for Less than the Cost of a Gallon of Milk and two other volumes in the $3 Meals series, as well as the five-volume Great Year-Round Grilling series.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I love to cook and I love using my crock pot. This book is perfect for working people who like to have dinner ready when they get home.
How can I review this book (or any other cookbook for that matter) if I can't see the recipes it offers? Makes no sense to show the Table of Contents and Preface as that doesn't tell me anything I want to know. Please Barnes and Noble, change your Sample format. When you do, I can write an honest review...and perhaps I'd even purchase more e-books from you.