The Southern Slow Cooker Bible Review

The Southern Slow Cooker Bible Review

The Southern Slow Cooker BibleThe Southern Slow Cooker Bible

Provided by Thomas Nelson

Reviewed by Jordan Sward


Cooking in a slow cooker is like having your own personal chef. You can load it up in the morning and it cooks for you all day! Tammy Algood's cookbook, The Southern Slow Cooker Bible, combines the convenience of a slow cooker with the comfort of southern cooking, so I knew it had to be good! With 365 Easy and Delicious Down-Home Recipes, this book covers a year's worth of mouthwatering country comfort food. Even I was surprised at what all my slow cooker can do.


There's nothing better than southern comfort food. From macaroni and cheese to chicken and dumplings to cobbler, I love it all. This cookbook includes a complete list of country cooking favorites, and the best part is, they can call be made in a slow cooker. Some of these recipes are so simple that all you have to do is assemble the ingredients, set it, and forget it! Plus, using a slow cooker is a great way to turn inexpensive cuts of meat into melt-in-your-mouth dishes.


When browsing through The Southern Slow Cooker Bible, I was excited to see some slow cooker ideas I hadn't thought of before. I used to think the slow cooker was just for pot roast, soups and hot dips, but boy was I wrong. This book is chock full of recipes for cake, cornbread, green bean casserole, grits, and so much more! All of them are perfect for entertaining guests, preparing breakfast that cooks all night, or for a simple family dinner.


With recipes like Is It Done Yet Peach Cobbler, Late Brunch Hash Brown Casserole, Macaroni and Pimiento Cheese, and Ham and Country Potato Casserole, there's something in here for everyone. This cookbook discovers new ways to cook the traditional southern fare everyone loves. All of these down-home recipe ideas definitely make me want to break out my slow cooker and use it every day!


Enter to win a copy of The Southern Slow Cooker Bible from 2/3/2014 through 2/16/2014.

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