In this new addition to the qEverythingq cookbook series--for people with good taste and little time, Rojak promotes over 300 complete meals that can be prepared in just one dish. Two-color illustrations.With the traditional kind of Crockpot, the heat encloses the crockery insert all around, as opposed to the kind where the heat is just from the bottom ... However, since Crockpots vary, you should consult your ownera#39;s manual for instructions.
|Title||:||The Everything One-pot Cookbook|
|Author||:||Lisa Rogak, Lisa Angowski Rogak Shaw|
|Publisher||:||Everything Books - 1999|