Slow Cooker

Sally Wise owns two crock pots and three slow cookers. At this very moment there is probably a pot of something delicious on her kitchen bench, slowly cooking itself to perfection – to say that she is passionate about this style of cooking would be an understatement.

In Slow Cooker, the bestselling author of A Year in a Bottle shares her favourite slow cooker recipes. Drawn from a collection created over thirty years of preparing tasty, economical and nutritious meals for her family, they include soups, mains – beef, lamb, chicken, pork and vegetables – and delectable desserts.

Sally believes that a slow cooker should be among the kitchen tools of every budget-conscious or busy person. These mouth-watering and easy-to-follow recipes will make slow cooking a cinch, all year round.

3 thoughts on “Slow Cooker

  1. Megan Andrews says:

    Hi Sally
    I love your slow cooker recipe book and everything I’ve made has been fabulous except…. my corned beef always comes out tough.

    I’ve followed the recipe faithfully but it’s never quite right. Can you offer any tips please?

    Many
    Megan.

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    • sallywiseau says:

      Hi Megan – I think that maybe you just need to cook it a bit longer. Meat varies so sometimes for no apparent reason it needs longer – can depend on your cooker too. ONe principle of slow cooking is always to allow plenty of time (a quote from Margaret Fulton on the subject). I’d try next time giving it an extra hour or two. I have some slow cookers here that are really really slow, while others slow cook much ‘faster’. Hope this helps Megan. Regards, Sally

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