|By (author):||Laidlaw, Kim|
|Subject:||COOKING / Courses & Dishes / Soups & Stews|
|COOKING / General|
|COOKING / Methods / Slow Cooking|
|COOKING / Methods / Special Appliances|
|Size:||10.00in x 8.50in|
|From The Publisher*||Satisfying, easy, and great for family dinners, this book contains 200+ modern slow-cooker recipes that bring the fresh flavors, ethnic influences, and seasonal ingredients to inspire today's cooks. Classic recipes are refreshed with an amazing international pantry of seasonings, easy side dishes, and innovative garnishes in this amazing cookbook!|
Everyday Slow Cooking focuses on contemporary slow cooker favorites without forgetting some of the best slow cooker classics. A broad range of modern recipes take their cues from global influences, seasonal ingredients, and the richly layered, fresh flavors of today, while the classics continue to offer comfort, satisfaction, and make-ahead ease.
Beautiful, full-color photography, easy-to-follow recipes, and a comprehensive introduction offer all the inspiration and explanation needed to turn out delicious slow cooker meals.
With chapters dedicated to various meats, seafood, veggies, grains & legumes, deserts, and stocks/sides/sauces, this book is truly the last stop on your journey to slow-cooker perfection.
|Biographical Note||KIM LAIDLAW is an award-winning cookbook editor, producer, and the author of Williams Sonoma Quick Slow Cooking, Home Baked Comfort, Dessert of the Day, and IACP award-nominated Baby & Toddler on the Go. As the owner of Cast Iron Media LLC, and with over 16 years of experience in book publishing and recipe development, Kim has worked with such clients as Weber, Kendall-Jackson Winery, Williams Sonoma, KitchenAid, Saveur, EatingWell, Sunset, American Girl, BabyCenter, and London chef and author Yotam Ottolenghi. She is a former instructor at the acclaimed San Francisco Cooking School, graduated from the California Culinary Academy, and previously worked as a professional baker. Kim lives in Sonoma County with her husband, daughter, and their bountiful home garden.|