Toward the end of summer, the Divine Miss M came to me and said she couldn’t wait for the weather to turn cooler. She wanted comfort food and dinners from our slow cooker. Kathy Moore and Roxanne Wyss must have heard her wishes and answered with their new book, Triple Slow Cooker Entertaining.
This book is about celebrations. Not the kind that instills fear and anxiety raging, but turning a party into simplistic goodness that will have your guests wanting invitations to your next event! This cookbook takes one slow cooker with three stoneware vessels and creates a buffet table overflowing with deliciousness. Imagine meatballs, dip, chili, and all your favorites lined up on the table, filling the home with the aromas of love.
Triple slow cookers offer a greater variety of slow-cooked food recipes. The recipes have been created by some amazing folks–the team behind the best-selling Babycakes cookbooks. It’s recipe after recipe, over 100, of crowd-pleasing, salivating food.
With 30 party plans included, there’s a menu for nearly every occasion, from New Year’s Eve to children’s birthday parties and those celebrations we anticipate like Halloween and the Oscars. It makes planning the party easy regardless of whether you are a first-time hostess or a veteran.
Think of the compliments as you accommodate Overnight Guests with Overnight Fruited Oatmeal, Old-Fashioned Warm Fruit Compote, Biscuits, and Gravy. Adore Mom on Mother’s Day with Hot Corn Dip, New Orleans Spicy BBQ Shrimp, and Strawberry Rhubarb Dessert. Add some flavor to Games Night with Citrus-Glazed Wings, Firehouse Meatballs, and Cuban Pork Sandwiches, or honor the Gradation Gathering with Vidalia Onion Dip, Tamale Meatballs, and favorite BBQ Ribs. It’s all included.
Triple Slow Cooker Entertaining will wow you with the variety of recipes and the ease of putting together a celebration.
Julee is a quirky, dorky, North Carolina Transplant with an appetite to taste the world, meets its desserts and blog about them. When she’s not behind the computer you can find her playing with her family, reading a good book and celebrating the little things.
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