slow food quick

I ran across this article about slow cookers (Break Out the Slow-Cooker!) at The Kitchn yesterday, and it reminded me of all the great slow cooker cookbooks in the library’s collection.

You can use a slow cooker to cook dinner for two:

Not Your Mother’s Slow Cooker Recipes for Two, by Beth Hensperger

Or plan ahead and get two meals from one batch:

Cook Once Eat Twice Slow Cooker Recipes: Meal 1 Tonight, Meal 2 Tomorrow, by Carrie Holcomb

Make classic, comfort-food favorites:

Southern Living Slow-Cooker Cookbook, by Jane Gentry

Or focus on tasty, healthy, good-for-you fare:

The Healthy Slow Cooker: More than 100 Recipes for Health and Wellness, by Judith Finlayson

Promising convenient meals with minimum effort, these cookbooks are always popular. But during the winter months they seem to fly off the shelves! Search the library catalog for “slow cooker” to see what’s available right now.

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About Heather Sturm

Director at Manchester District Library
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