Friday, November 27, 2015

Review: The Mexican Slow Cooker by Deborah Schneider

Disclosure: Special thanks to Blogging for Books for sponsoring this post. All opinions are my own. 

Slow cookers are the busy mom's lifesaver. Nothing beats throwing a bunch of fresh ingredients into a slow cooker, pressing a button and then returning home to a warm, delicious and healthy dinner.

Our family loves Mexican food and we're lucky to live in Chicago, where a host of taquerias in our neighborhood offer the best tacos this side of Mexico. But sometimes I prefer cooking Mexican food at home, where I can match the spices and flavors to our family's tastes. Plus, it's always healthier eating at home, and now that winter is here, the slow cooker is even more in demand.

The Mexican Slow Cooker by Deborah Schneider is a wonderful book for the home cook that wants to bring the flavors of Mexico into the kitchen - minus the labor-intensive prep. Featuring 55 fix it and forget it recipes for Mexican favorites, this is the easy way to cook fresh Mexican in a flash.

Acclaimed chef and cookbook author Deborah Schneider harnesses the power of the mighty yet slow cooker to make authentic Mexican recipes. The slow cooker actually enhances flavors. All of your restaurant favorite are in here: Tortilla Soup, Zesty Shredded Beef (Barbacoa), famed Mole Negro, tamales and more. I can't wait to dig into this recipe book over the holidays! I'll be updating to share my fave recipes in a week or so!

You can find the Mexican Slow Cooker at your favorite independent bookstore today!

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