365 Slow Cooker Suppers by Stephanie O'Dea

By Stephanie O'Dea

Gradual cooker fanatics love their units simply because they're effortless to exploit and make allowance domestic chefs to shop for cheap cuts of meat that turn into fall-off-the-bone gentle. The problem is discovering well-tested recipes, and that's the place best-selling writer Stephanie O'Dea is available in, together with her wildly renowned site (crockpot365.blogspot.com) that pulls greater than 1000000 viewers a month. additionally, O'Dea has made a variety of nationwide morning exhibit appearances, together with on Good Morning America. lovers were clamoring for a brand new cookbook, and this one ties on to her web site with 365 recipes. each recipe is written with gluten-free strategies, so there's a huge secondary viewers for this publication. Full-color images will extra appeal to sluggish cooker lovers, making this essential assortment.

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Citrus vodka In a mixing glass muddle 1 thyme sprig and the lemon wedges with the lime juice. Add the limoncello and vodka, top with ice cubes, cover, and shake thoroughly. Strain into a chilled cocktail glass and garnish with the remaining thyme sprig. 1 rosemary sprig, plus 1 for garnish B⁄c oz. simple syrup 1 oz. fresh lemon juice B⁄c oz. pear brandy B⁄c oz. elderflower liqueur 2 oz. vodka Soda water In a mixing glass muddle 1 rosemary sprig with the simple syrup. Add the lemon juice, brandy, liqueur, and vodka, top with ice cubes, cover, and shake thoroughly.

Allspice liqueur 2 oz. gin In a mixing glass muddle the blackberries with the simple syrup. Add the rest of the ingredients, top with ice cubes, cover, and shake thoroughly. Strain through a fine-mesh sieve into a chilled cocktail glass. 4 1" watermelon cubes D⁄e oz. fresh lemon juice B⁄c oz. simple syrup B⁄c oz. Aperol 2 oz. gin Garnish: watermelon ball In a mixing glass muddle the watermelon cubes. Add the rest of the ingredients, top with ice cubes, cover, and shake thoroughly. Strain into a Collins glass filled with crushed ice and garnish with the watermelon ball.

Coconut rum Garnish: lime wheel or cilantro sprig In a mixing glass muddle the chile and cilantro with the simple syrup. Add the lime juice and rum, top with ice cubes, cover, and shake thoroughly. Strain into a chilled cocktail glass and garnish with the lime wheel or cilantro. 3 fresh sage leaves, plus 1 for garnish B⁄c oz. simple syrup D⁄e oz. fresh lime juice B⁄c oz. yellow Chartreuse B⁄c oz. elderflower liqueur 2 oz. blanco tequila In a mixing glass muddle 3 sage leaves with the simple syrup.

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