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Holiday Slow Cooker - Delicious Recipes for a Year of Hassle-Free Celebrations - cover

Holiday Slow Cooker - Delicious Recipes for a Year of Hassle-Free Celebrations

Jonnie Downing

Publisher: Ulysses Press

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Summary

With this collection of recipes, you can enjoy delicious holiday meals that don’t take over the holiday—just set it and celebrate! 
 
With the perfectly adapted recipes in this book, you can prepare your favorite holiday classics—from Christmas Lamb Roast and Hannukah Kugel to Bastille Day Coq Au Vin—without spending hours in the kitchen. Simply toss the ingredients in your slow cooker and go enjoy the festivities with family and friends while dinner is cooking in the other room.  
 
Featuring tasty appetizers and delicious sides to enticing entrées and heavenly desserts, Holiday Slow Cooker allows you to craft perfect dinners with minimal stress. Plus, the benefits of using a slow cooker go beyond tasty meals, they allow you to free up space on the stove, let dessert cook while you are enjoying dinner, and keep dishes warm for fabulous party dips, fondues and more.
Available since: 11/13/2012.
Print length: 128 pages.

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