Monthly Archives: February 2013

Around the World… Slowly

USA: The early American settlers cooked in iron pots set over the glowing embers of an open hearth. Later, when each town had a bakery, women would bring casseroles to cook in the slow heat of the communal oven after … Continue reading

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Slow Cooker Recipes

Pot roast couldn’t be easier—or tastier—when you cook it slowly and add the umami boost of soy sauce. Winter root vegetables like turnips, parsnips and rutabagas can also be cooked along with the beef. SLOW COOKER POT ROAST 4 pounds … Continue reading

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Slow Cookers From Around the World

Slow is Beautiful. There’s a world of traditional slow-cooking pots and casseroles to explore, and many of them are so attractive, you may be tempted to put them on your display shelves instead of your stove! • Clay pots, also … Continue reading

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Slow Cooker Tips

What’s the best way to fit slow cooking into your daily routine? If you have time in the morning, you can assemble your recipe before you leave for the day, put it in a low oven or turn your slow … Continue reading

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