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Best Slow Cooker Cookbook Ever: Versatility and Inspiration for New Generation Machines

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Beef and Vegetable Stew reviewed by Peckish Sister

9th September 2012

This seemed like a fairly straightforward beef stew recipe with 1 cup dry red wine and a can of tomatoes. But it turned out too sour. Next time I would either try a different recipe, a different type of wine, or perhaps a teaspoon of sugar would have...
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Curried Ground Beef and Rice reviewed by Peckish Sister

8th September 2012

This was a nice one pot meal with the rice thrown right in. I cut back on the curry powder, but added extra apple (large apples) and mango chutney (to finish the bottle). You have to brown the ground beef and onion, but other than that, easy to put together....
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Fisherman’s Stew reviewed by Peckish Sister

8th September 2012

I usually cringe at the idea of cooking seafood in the slow cooker, but this is another recipe that has a short cook time. I used salmon for the fish and the shrimp and bay scallops as directed. I am not a fan of cooked green pepper and so substituted...
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Pork and Squash Stew reviewed by Peckish Sister

7th September 2012

This flavorful stew is made with lean pork and is good with either the squash or with a substitution of sweet potato. It is somewhat sweet with raisins and brown sugar, but depending on which red wine you use, it balances the flavor and is savory with...
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