They were wrong.
They decided to buy one and give it to me so that they can use it this weekend. This logic makes sense in our family, I suppose. I am now the owner of a 6 1/2 quart slow cooker. This seems a little big for just me, but I suppose I'll manage.
While I shouldn't be buying any books that aren't dissertation related, I decided to see what sort of cookbooks are available for this appliance. I am tempted to purchase one based on a negative customer review. What do you think? Sound like a good reason to buy the book?
1 of 6 people found the following review helpful:
There's more to good food than adding weird kinds of alcohol...,
March 23, 2008 A Reader (San Francisco, CA USA)
This review is from: Not Your Mother's Slow Cooker Cookbook (Paperback)
The "not your mother's" part of this book is that all the recipes involve some kind of weird liquor that you probably don't have in the house. Other than that, the recipes are fairly bland.