Fix-It and Forget-It Slow Cooker Magic

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Does a slow cooker make it quick and easy to put hot meals on the table every night? Or does it, as Sam Sifton wrote in the New York Times, “promise joy” but too often “deliver mush”? Even as the popularity of the appliance skyrockets (sales have doubled in the last fifteen years), the question still fiercely divides parents and home cooks.

Among the most opinionated is Phyllis Good, the mom behind the national bestselling Fix-It and Forget It slow cooker recipe books, which have sold over eleven million copies.
Known for eschewing expensive ingredients and exotic flavors in favor of truly foolproof recipes, Ms. Good is propelled by the belief that slow cookers make it easy to cultivate quality time with loved ones. Now she is out to prove that her traditional brand is exactly what modern families are missing.
Her newest release, Fix-It and Forget-It Slow Cooker Magic (August 4, 2015) will make it easy for all types of families to gather around the dinner table—not just nuclear households with 2.5 children, but also millennial roommates living on a budget, college students, single parents, and anyone in between.

Slow Cooker Magic highlights vegan recipes, and features a variety of dishes perfect for every season— not just winter—like banana chocolate chip bars and cornbread, in addition to the usual soups, stews, and casseroles.

I received a copy of this book and love the recipes! This is a Must-Have cook book for the Fall!


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About the Author Phyllis Good is a New York Times bestselling author whose books have sold more than eleven million copies. She received her BA and MA in English from New York University. She and her husband, Merle, live in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.

Self Disclosure: I received a free copy of this book to facilitate this post.


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