Semi-Homemade Slow Cooker Recipes 2 (Paperback) by Lee, Sandra
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Paperback; Published 10/11/2007; 240 Pages; ISBN 9780696238154
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Wouldn't it be nice if dinner could be ready when you are? It can be with a slow cooker and one of the 120 delicious recipes from Semi-Homemade Slow Cooking 2. Keeping to her formula of simple and quick, Sandra Lee presents recipes that taste like you spent hours in the kitchen. From traditional slow cooker menus that cover hearty soups, stews and chilis, Sandra introduces One-Pot Meals, 5-Ingredient Dishes, Poultry, Meat, and Desserts that all can be slow cooked to perfection.
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I ordered this book and I loved it. Recipes are delicious.
Great book, Interesting new recipes,can't wait to try. Will really enjoy.
I have type 2 diabetes and am always looking for better ways for healthy meals. I like what Sandra Lee does with the crock pot. I watch her when possible. I would love to be able to go over to house and eat supper one day. As long as it's not clams or shrimp. The only seafood I like is fish. But I do like Sandra. She really seems like a very sweet person.
A lot of easy recipes with ingredients which will not be hard to find in my local grocery store
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