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Welcome Home Harvest Cookbook: Quick-and-Easy Farm-to-Table Dinners and Desserts


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2018 | ISBN: 1680993917 | English | 594 Pages | EPUB | 47 MB

Healthy, farm-fresh slow cooker recipes for the whole family

Your slow cooker is your solution for wholesome farm-to-table meals without a lot of fuss! Stop at the farmer's market for some veggies and meat, toss it in your slow cooker with a few herbs, and let your slow cooker do the rest. In these bright pages you'll also find recipes for slow cooker salsa, apple butter, peach jam, and more-prep in the slow cooker to make your harvest canning that much easier!

Hope Comerford has selected the best wholesome meals from home cooks across the country and can't wait to share them with you. She'll also give you tips on what size slow cooker to purchase, how to know when your meal is done, and more. Find family-friendly recipes such as:

Chicken and Basil Tortellini
Butternut Squash Chili
Fresh Green Bean Casserole
Grandma's Bone Broth
Slow Cooker Salsa
Plum Butter
Roasted Tomato Soup
And many more!
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