The Complete Cooking for Two: A Perfectly Portioned Slow Cooker Cookbook by Linda Larsen.
I'm very familiar with Linda from her about.com column and I've prepared many of her tasty recipes, so when I saw her name on the book, and because I really love cooking with my slow cooker, I knew I'd love this book and everything inside. The 4.8-star rating confirmed that others like the book, too, so I hit that beautiful "Buy now with 1-click" button and the book was mine. I've only owned it for about 10 minutes, but I've already chosen the first recipe to try. And with over 400 pages, I'm sure it will be the first of many.
The How Can It Be Gluten Free Cookbook edited by America's Test Kitchen. Do you know who that is? Those are the
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Happy shopping and happy cooking!