- conniemm voted for the following inMon 15 Nov 2010 04:30:58 GMT
- conniemm added the following ratingsSat 03 Apr 2010 04:56:26 GMT
- conniemm voted for the following inSat 03 Apr 2010 04:55:37 GMT
- conniemm added and reviewedSat 03 Apr 2010 04:53:36 GMT
Slow cooker books are usually so meat-focused. I was thrilled to find a book focused on vegetarian meals. I've made many recipes from this book and enjoyed them all.
It's so satisfying to come home from a day at work and find a house that smells warm and inviting with dinner ready to go.
I've really enjoyed this book. I've enjoyed everything from soup to polenta to pasta sauces. I'm very impressed by Jack Bishop's books.
- conniemm voted for the following inSat 03 Apr 2010 04:30:06 GMT
- conniemm voted for the following inSat 03 Apr 2010 04:26:26 GMT
I'm surprised that I was the first to add this book. It won the James Beard Foundation Award for Excellence. It is my go-to book when I want to find a new recipe. I find it hard to pick a favorite recipe - there are so many ones that I love.
I always mark recipes with comments after I made them so here are some that I've noted that I like: caponata, vegetable hummus, black bean hummus, egg rolls, mole almonds, minestrone, squash and apple soup, cauliflower and black bean stew, broccoli with black beans and garlic, indonesian vegetable stew, mixed...
- conniemm voted for the following inSat 03 Apr 2010 01:31:19 GMT
I love this cookbook! I don't think that there is a single recipe that I've made that I don't like.
When it's time for dinner and I'm trying to figure out what to make, I love being able to go straight to a section for whatever I have on hand. Green beans, eggplant, carrots and even brussels sprouts. Who knew that pasta could have so many sauces?!
This was my first Jack Bishop book and I am a fan. Now I need to see if someone has already added "The Complete Italian Vegetarnian Cookbook", another favorite of mine.