The Family Table Slow Cooker Cookbook Review

The Family Table Slow Cooker Cookbook Review

Title: The Family Table Slow Cooker: Easy, healthy and delicious recipes for every day
Author: Dominique DeVito
Published: March 6, 2018, Chartwell Books
No. of Pages: 224
Cover Price: $14.99 Hardcover, $14.99 Kindle

While there are thousands of slow cooker cookbooks available, it’s nice when a new one comes out that has unique recipes that people actually want to make and eat. One such cookbook is The Family Table Slow Cooker: Easy, healthy and delicious recipes for every day by veteran cookbook author Dominique DeVito. This excellent cookbook will make readers pull out their slow cookers and get to work making dishes that take very little hands-on time, but are delicious. It’s also a good excuse to purchase a few new slow cookers in different sizes.

Mad-Good Mushroom Risotto was a hit and it turned out creamy like a good risotto should. Curry lovers will especially enjoy the Indonesian Chicken Curry; I added a few jalapeño peppers to add some heat, and my family devoured it. I also made the Raspberry Pear Cobbler, substituting blackberries for the raspberries; it was easy and absolutely delicious.

The photographs in this cookbook are beautiful, and the recipes are easy-to-understand and follow. Every recipe I have tried so far has turned out picture-perfect. Other recipes that are in my queue are Brussels Sprouts with Bacon, Curried Cauliflower, and Thai Chicken. Also, Light-as-a-Feather Almond Cake and Flan are in the queue for dessert.

Anyone who uses a slow cooker will love this book. The recipes are different from the norm, and are easy enough for those who are beginners, and also those who are busy. Highly recommended, this slow cooker book should be on every cook’s shelf.

Special thanks to NetGalley for supplying a review copy of this book.

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