"Cooking for guests can be tedious and time consuming, but with The Everything Slow Cooking for a Crowd Cookbook your job as host just got easier! With a slow cooker you can create delicious appetizers and sumptuous entrees for large amounts of people in no time. Packed with 300 tasty recipes, The Everything Slow Cooking for a Crowd Cookbook is your one-stop resource for planning and coordinating party menus." "Fixing the perfect dish to suit any special occasion has never been simpler-or faster! With The Everything Slow Cooking for a Crowd Cookbook, you can cook a feast for your guests without spending hours in the kitchen and still have time to eat and entertain! Book jacket."--BOOK JACKET.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
1. Strategies and tips for entertaining
The Big Picture
Choosing a Good Party Menu
Planning with the Slow Cooker
Serving from Slow Cookers
Expand Your Horizons
Plan Ahead to Get Ahead
Start the Party Early
2. Finger foods and snacks
3. Dips, fondues, and sauces
4. Breads and grains
5. Soups and stews
6. Hot sandwiches
8. Beef, pork, and lamb
9. Seafood and poultry
10. Wild game
11. Europe and the mediterranean
12. The far east
13. Recipes from latin america
15. Cakes and puddings
17. Holidays and celebrations
Appendix A. Manufacturers of slow cookers and accessories
Appendix B. Flavors of liqueurs to use in slow cooking.
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