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The slow cooker brings out the hidden depth of flavours. The sweetness of the vegetables is enhanced and the tenderness of the meats becomes remarkable. This is great eating - for every day, weekends or holidays. Just take your pick to suit your mood or the season - Simple Irish Stew - Coq au Vin - Easy Beef Stroganoff - Bouillabaisse - Sweet and Sour Pork - Chicken Gumbo - Lancashire Hot-pot - Boston Baked Beans. Fabulous food and great eating on every page. Restaurant Quality Eating at Home This is one of the bestselling titles in the Premier UK Slow Cooker Library. Foulsham, the Publishers of this library, have been researching Slow Cooker Recipes for more than 33 years. Their research Cooks have tested and published more than 2,500 recipes. The mission statement that drives this research is Recipes that produce Restaurant Quality eating at Home.A And their work has taken them through every major culinary tradition - American, British, French, Italian, Indian, Mexican, Thai and more! No other publisher has made such a commitment to this lifestyle. And no other Publisher can match the depth of quality to be found in their Slow Cooker Recipe Library.
Catherine is a trained Cordon Bleu cook and holds a BSc (Hons) degree in Home Economics. After graduating, she worked in a number of hotels and restaurants including the Roux Brothers' patisseries. Her catering experience led her to publishing, namely creating recipes and styling food for photography. She became Deputy Cookery Editor for Woman's Weekly and later Me magazine. She currently works as a freelance writer.