Stock the Crock: Cookbook Review

Stock the Crock by Phyllis Good Stock the Crock by Phyllis Good

Stock the Crock: Cookbook Review

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Stock the Crock: Cookbook Review

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What’s Our Take?

So, do we agree? Absolutely. The cookbook begins with an introduction to the world of crockpots and the recipes within the book, with a light breakdown of the variety of recipes available. There is also a legend that indicates which variations you need to create options such as gluten-free, vegan, paleo-friendly, picky eaters, or those just cooking for one or two.

Good urges her readers to write in the book, dog-ear the pages and make notes so that the recipes can become your own in time. There are ‘Slow Cooker Fundamentals’ such as knowing the number of people you’ll need to feed, plenty of tips and tricks, and pages of slow cooker hacks for meat, baking, poaching, steam baths, etc.

Food Stylist: Tami Hardeman-Boutte Prop Stylist: Thom Driver

Food Stylist: Tami Hardeman-Boutte; Prop Stylist: Thom Driver

We loved this book and its recipes so much that we, with permission from Stock the Crock, pulled our favorite recipes from the Soups, Stews, and Chowders section for your tasting pleasure, as well as three of our favorite vegetarian recipes. Find those recipes below, and don’t forget to check out Stock the Crock by Phyllis Good, today!

Soups, Stews, and Chowders:

Creole-Style Red Beans

African Sweet Potato Stew

Indian Lentil Soup

Pork Salsa Stew

Vegetarian and Pasta Mains:

Crustless Mediterranean Quiche

Veggie Pot Pie with Biscuits

Yummy Vegetable Pasta

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