A New York Times bestseller, this cookbook established Mable Hoffman as a premier cooking enthusiast–well-deserved praise for one who has spent decades extolling the benefits of slow cooking. Her easy and affordable recipes for appetizers, soups, and main dishes are designed to bring out that “simmered-in” flavor that only slow cooking can provide. In addition to the new recipes, this edition contains many others that have been revised to reduce fat and calories.
Mable Hoffman was a professional home economist and famed Crock-Pot pioneer. The author of many cookbooks, including Crockery Cookery, California Flavors, and Appetizers and Small Meals, she was the recipient of four Tastemaker Awards. She died in 2010.
Mass Market Paperback | $7.99
Published by Bantam Oct 01, 1997| 288 Pages| 4-3/16 x 6-7/8| ISBN 9780553576511