The original slow cooker's story is rooted in Jewish mothers and beans.
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The slow cooker has had anything but a slow history.
No matter how you serve them, the vegetables will stand up to whatever else is on the plate.
Sometimes innovations in cooking seem like they're only for chefs, or at the very least people with the coin to drop on an immersion circulator. Rarel...
Is there a correct way to reheat food without drying it out? Sandra Lee, the Editor-in-Chief of Sandra Lee magazine, shared her method on Mondays with...
Think of your Crock Pot as a temperature-regulated treasure chest.
Devote a Sunday to this dish (it's winter, we know you're hanging out inside anyway).
No matter how much you might enjoy cooking, during the week it just really isn't a pleasant activity: it's an obligation. You're tired from a long day...
Slow-cooked food gets incredibly tasty, tough meats to grow rich and soft, and soups come away with extraordinary flavor. You have to plan ahead, but you get to do less work at the last minute.
Pulled pork is undoubtedly a big pile of yum, but it can be difficult to determine how it got from a big hunk of pork butt to a delicious shredded sandwich filling.
Hey, baby, how you doin'? Good? Because you sure are lookin' good, with that brushed-metal finish, and that sassy little cord poking out from behind, a treasure trail to electric pleasures.
A perfectly cooked, relatively cheap piece of meat on a Friday night with basically no effort before hand, besides de-bagging some potatoes and steak and giving them a quick flash fry? Deeply appealing.
Long looking, like slow cooking, should become the vogue, replacing speedy glances with which we tend to focus on the wood, instead of trees.
The Crock-Pot is a foolproof--and eco-friendly--solution to the fast-food-every-night problem: it uses minimal energy, which is good for your wallet a...
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