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Make it Fast, Cook it Slow – Giveaway

Posted Jan 06 2011 7:36am
The one gift that I really wanted for Christmas, I didn’t receive this year.  No, it wasn’t fancy jewelry (although jewelry is always nice…) or a new car.  I really just wanted my own copy of Stephanie O’Dea’s Make it Fast, Cook it Slow Cookbook.
Make It Fast, Cook It Slow: The Big Book of Everyday Slow Cooking
I originally checked this book out from our library in early December and tried several recipes.
Everything I tried was great and I had many more bookmarked to try but my renewal limit was reached and I grudgingly had to return the book. The recipes I tried while I had the book included: Chai Tea Latte – pg. 8 Peppermint Hot Chocolate pg. 13 Pumpkin Spice Latte pg. 15 Buffalo Chicken Dip pg. 25 Five-layer Brownies pg. 64 Peanut Butter Brownies pg. 72 Coq Au Vin pg. 256 A-1 and Dijon Steak pg. 297 Chex Party Mix pg. 386 Crunchy Roasted Garbanzo Beans pg. 391 Pumpkin Pie pg. 421 Stephanie recently released another cookbook – More Make it Fast, Cook it Slow and I’d love to own her new book as well. More Make It Fast, Cook It Slow: 200 Brand-New, Budget-Friendly, Slow-Cooker Recipes Crockpot cooking is ideal for my life.  I can make it early in the morning or during nap and it’s ready without a lot of prep during the “witching hours” at our house.  Even the baking recipes (I made the banana bread from the first book on Tuesday for a playdate!) are no-fuss.  I like being able to put it all together and walk away.  With real baking, if I’m in the midst of a diaper derby, a few extra minutes in the oven can quickly ruin the recipe.  A few extra minutes in the crock — no big deal! Stephanie’s recipes are family friendly and even gluten-free.  The newest book is budget-friendly as well!

Are you interested in winning one of these cookbooks and trying these recipes for yourself?

Because I like my readers so much, I’m giving away a copy of each of Stephanie’s books (I think that justifies the copies I ordered for myself too, right?).  All you have to do is hit the LIKE button to LIKE Sticky Feet on Facebook in the sidebar.  All Facebook fans will be eligible to win!  If you would like to receive an additional entry, encourage your friends to LIKE Sticky Feet on Facebook as well! *Disclaimer – this is not a paid review and I have no connection to Stephanie O’Dea besides the fact that she is also a blogger ( http://crockpot365.blogspot.com/ ).  I just love her cookbooks!  These prizes will be purchased with advertising funds and have not been provided by an outside source.*
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