Slow Cooker Revolution

Author: America's Test Kitchen
Publisher: America's Test Kitchen
ISBN: 1936493152
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The 200 recipes in this family-friendly collection deliver a revolution in slow cooking like only America's Test Kitchen can! Who doesn't like the idea of throwing ingredients into a slow cooker and coming back hours later to a finished meal? Too bad most slow cooker recipes deliver mediocre results you'd rather forget than fix again. A team of ten test cooks at America's Test Kitchen spent a year developing recipes, and what they discovered will change the way you use your slow cooker. Did you know that onions garlic, and spices should be bloomed in the microwave for five minutes before they go into the slow cooker? This simple step intensifies their flavor and requires no extra work. Did you know that a little soy sauce mixed with tomato paste adds meaty flavors to almost any stew and can often replace the tedious step of browning the meat? And do you know the secret to a moist slow-cooker chicken? Start the bird upside down to protect the delicate white meat from drying out.

Healthy Slow Cooker Revolution

Author: America's Test Kitchen
Publisher: America's Test Kitchen
ISBN: 1940352215
Size: 19.16 MB
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Healthy meals made the slow cooker way America's Test Kitchen had a simple goal: Create quick and easy foolproof slow cooker recipes that taste as good as meals prepared on the stovetop or in the oven. They had one more stipulation: They wanted their selections to be healthy, not the fat-heavy main courses featured in many slow cooker cookbooks. It took nearly a year of testing, 1,500 recipes, and $20,000 spent on groceries to find the finalists: 200 new, easy-to-make slow cooker recipes. True to its trusted source, the winning recipes collected here include delicious weekday and holiday meals; snacks, sides, and desserts.

The Slow Cooker Revolution

Author: P. Karn
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 9781507717929
Size: 63.85 MB
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Have you ever wanted to make the most delicious slow cooker recipes but never knew where to find them? Well look no further. This eBook is filled with the most delicious slow cooker recipes you will ever find and a few helpful tips that you can use to take care of your slow cooker. What are you waiting for? Open this eBook and start making the most delicious dishes that will sure to impress your friends and family.

Slow Cooker Revolution Volume 2 The Easy Prep Edition

Author: America's Test Kitchen
Publisher: America's Test Kitchen
ISBN: 1936493764
Size: 23.86 MB
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Volume 2 brings more slow cooker recipes for your family to enjoy. The test cooks at America's Test Kitchen have worked their magic again, developing and perfecting an all-new collection of 200 slow-cooker recipes. With this volume, we looked at this must-have appliance in new ways to truly maximize its potential. You'll learn how to make a host of dishes like Garlicky Shrimp, Chicken Soft Tacos, and Flourless Chocolate Cake--recipes you'd never expect to see coming out of a slow cooker. The moist heat of the slow cooker is tailor-made to serve up flavorful stews, chilis, and braises (and don't worry--we've included a good number of these), but with our smart strategies and clever ingredient selections, we were also able to pull off spice-rubbed roast chicken, ziti with meaty ragu, rare roast beef, poached salmon and even cheesecake.

Slow Cooker Revolution

Author: America's Test Kitchen (Firm)
Publisher: Americas Test Kitchen
ISBN: 9781936493579
Size: 44.31 MB
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Presents a collection of recipes prepared in a slow cooker, including appetizers, soups, stews, chicken dishes, steaks, roasts, pasta and pasta sauces, vegetarian dishes, side dishes, and desserts.

The Low Gi Slow Cooker

Author: Mariza Snyder
Publisher: Ulysses Press
ISBN: 1612431801
Size: 79.19 MB
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Features slow-cooker recipes for dishes low on the Glycemic index, including creamy peach and almond quinoa, herbed pork chops, and fresh apple compote.

The Brown Fat Revolution

Author: James Lyons
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
ISBN: 1429964820
Size: 35.88 MB
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In today's youth-obsessed culture, mixed messages about diet, exercise, and skin care are everywhere. But one thing is clear: fat is always the enemy. Right? Wrong, says James R. Lyons, M.D. In BROWN FAT REVOLUTION, Dr. Lyons explains that, contrary to popular belief, fat is the key to a youthful looking face and body. But it has to be the right kind of fat. Unlike the yellow, mushy, unhealthy fat that makes us look old, brown fat is healthy, firm, and resilient and gives our bodies a youthful appearance. In Dr. Lyons's nearly 30 years of clinical experience, he'd noticed a brown fat in lean patients. His findings pointed to the presence of different types of fat in the body and suggested that the quality of the fat is determined by external factors. These observations are akin to three April 2009 New England Journal of Medicine studies that showed that triggering a different and deeper brown fat may be the secret to a lean, healthy body. THE BROWN FAT REVOLUTION will be the first book to shed light on superficial brown fat, revealing how it makes the body look younger and healthier, and how you can change yellow fat into brown with a specifically tailored and realistic program that includes: A four-week eating plan that alternates carbohydrates and proteins, keeping blood sugar at an even keel to avoid fat production A monthly exercise routine centered on weights and bungee cords--not cardio--keeping metabolism up continuously (not temporarily, as cardio does) to burn more fat It's easy, consistent, and inexpensive. And the results will last for the rest of your life!

Pasta Revolution

Author: America's Test Kitchen
Publisher: America's Test Kitchen
ISBN: 1936493187
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Revolutionize a dinner staple with fresh new ideas From the team that brought you Slow Cooker Revolution comes this 200-plus recipe collection featuring fresh takes on the classics, easier casseroles, one-pot pasta dinners (in which the pasta cooks right in the sauce), inventive six-ingredient pasta dishes, and new whole-wheat pasta recipes that your whole family will love. Plus, all the old country favorites, too - all tested and perfected by the cooks at America's Test Kitchen. No-Prep Baked Spaghetti is the easiest casserole you'll ever make - simply combine uncooked spaghetti, ground beef, and canned tomatoes in a baking dish and pop it in the oven. For our Super-Easy Spinach Lasagna, we ditched fussy layering and relied on a flavorful no-cook sauce to bring this dish to the weeknight table. Our six-ingredient recipes call on pantry staples to do double duty in dishes such as Mediterranean Penne with Tuna and Nicoise Olives. Whole-wheat pasta is anything but boring in recipes like Penne with Chicken, Caramelized Onions, and Red Peppers. You'll also find lighter options, recipes that have less than 600 calories and 12 grams of fat. Plus, we scaled down recipes to serve just two, and we scaled up a number of dishes for company-worthy fare. Enticing Asian noodle dishes round out the collection. We include essential cooking tips, cookware reviews, and ingredient ratings throughout.

The Revolution Of Every Day

Author: Cari Luna
Publisher: Tin House Books
ISBN: 193563965X
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Inspired by the midnineties squat evictions on New York's Lower East Side, Cari Luna's gritty debut novel vividly imagines the lives of five squatters, showing readers a life that few people, including New Yorkers who passed the squats every day, know about or understand. In the midnineties, New York’s Lower East Side contained a city within its shadows: a community of squatters who staked their claims on abandoned tenements and lived and worked within their own parameters, accountable to no one but each other. On May 30, 1995, the NYPD rolled an armored tank down East Thirteenth Street and hundreds of police officers in riot gear mobilized to evict a few dozen squatters from two buildings. With gritty prose and vivid descriptions, Cari Luna’s debut novel, The Revolution of Every Day, imagines the lives of five squatters from that time. But almost more threatening than the city lawyers and the private developers trying to evict them are the rifts within their community. Amelia, taken in by Gerrit as a teen runaway seven years earlier, is now pregnant by his best friend, Steve. Anne, married to Steve, is questioning her commitment to the squatter lifestyle. Cat, a fading legend of the downtown scene and unwitting leader of one of the squats, succumbs to heroin. The misunderstandings and assumptions, the secrets and the dissolution of the hope that originally bound these five threaten to destroy their homes as surely as the city’s battering rams. Amid this chaos, Amelia struggles with her ambivalence about becoming a mother while knowing that her pregnancy has given her fellow squatters a renewed purpose to their fight—securing the squats for the next generation. Told from multiple points of view, The Revolution of Every Day shows readers a life that few people, including the New Yorkers who passed the squats every day, know about or understand.