365 Days of Slow Cooking
by Karen Bellessa Petersen
Covenant Communications, 2012. 265 pgs. Nonfiction
Slow cooking is a great way to make dinner preparation less of a burden and take pleasure in more freedom around dinnertime. This volume of slow cooker recipes is full of delicious, easy to prepare recipes for the whole family to enjoy. Icons indicate recipes that take two minutes or less to prepare, recipes that are good to use if you’ll be gone all day, and Karen’s personal favorites.
I loved this recipe book! We actually have two different editions, one from 2010 and the other from 2012. My favorite thing about the 2010 edition is it has a 3 to 5 star rating for each recipe. The 2012 edition doesn’t have the ratings, but I really like the icons and pictures in the later edition. The best overall feature of this cookbook is that the recipes are simple.