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Slow Cooker Recipes - Easy Recipes for Delicious Dinners

Ever since the introduction of the Crock Pot, busy cooks have found a friend in the slow cooker.

This collection of delicious slow cooker recipes provide a diversity of flavors yet are so very simple to prepare with ingredients you have on hand or are easily accessible. These are easy recipes for main dish meals with Seafood, Beef, Pork and Chicken. No longer are slow cooker recipes only for soups and stews.

Crock Pot or slow cooker. By either name you'll love the time it saves you and your family will love the scrumptious, mouth-watering meals you serve them.

Be greeted at the end of a busy day with the delightful aroma of a delicious slow cooker chicken dinner.

Published: Claudia Jayson on
ISBN: 9781301103744
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