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A collection of 60 soulful, comforting, and wonderfully convenient recipes for Southern favorites--from Black Eyed Peas with Stewed Tomatoes to Country-Style Pork Ribs to Molasses Gingerbread. Cooking delicious, soul-warming Southern food that the whole family will love has never been easier!  Whether it’s a big pot of black-eyed peas, fall-apart tender pulled pork, or cream A collection of 60 soulful, comforting, and wonderfully convenient recipes for Southern favorites--from Black Eyed Peas with Stewed Tomatoes to Country-Style Pork Ribs to Molasses Gingerbread. Cooking delicious, soul-warming Southern food that the whole family will love has never been easier!  Whether it’s a big pot of black-eyed peas, fall-apart tender pulled pork, or creamy apple butter, the greatest Southern dishes have one thing in common: they taste best when they’re cooked low and slow.  With more than sixty recipes for down-home favorites, ranging from Chicken and Cornmeal Dumplings to Buffalo Stout Beer Chili to Brown Beans and Fatback, The Southern Slow Cooker is packed with real Southern flavor. Author Kendra Bailey Morris presents regional classics from all over the South: church potlucks, Cajun and Creole traditions in the bayou, even her West Virginia granny’s old recipe book. Morris carefully tested and adapted each recipe for the home kitchen, and the result is a treasure for busy home cooks everywhere. With hardly any active cooking time and featuring affordable ingredients, every dish is simple, convenient, and downright delicious.  Start the slow cooker before work and come home to the mouthwatering aroma of Country-Style Pork Ribs. Or, prep the cooker on Sunday morning and have Breakfast Apples or a Sausage and Tater Tot Casserole ready by brunchtime. Since no Southern meal is complete without a sweet treat at the end, there are even slow cooker desserts, like Molasses Gingerbread, Lemon Blueberry Buckle, and Chocolate and Caramel Black Walnut Candies.  All of these satisfying, flavor-packed, and wonderfully simple recipes allow you to make the food you love in the time you have available—and will have you and your family begging for seconds.


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A collection of 60 soulful, comforting, and wonderfully convenient recipes for Southern favorites--from Black Eyed Peas with Stewed Tomatoes to Country-Style Pork Ribs to Molasses Gingerbread. Cooking delicious, soul-warming Southern food that the whole family will love has never been easier!  Whether it’s a big pot of black-eyed peas, fall-apart tender pulled pork, or cream A collection of 60 soulful, comforting, and wonderfully convenient recipes for Southern favorites--from Black Eyed Peas with Stewed Tomatoes to Country-Style Pork Ribs to Molasses Gingerbread. Cooking delicious, soul-warming Southern food that the whole family will love has never been easier!  Whether it’s a big pot of black-eyed peas, fall-apart tender pulled pork, or creamy apple butter, the greatest Southern dishes have one thing in common: they taste best when they’re cooked low and slow.  With more than sixty recipes for down-home favorites, ranging from Chicken and Cornmeal Dumplings to Buffalo Stout Beer Chili to Brown Beans and Fatback, The Southern Slow Cooker is packed with real Southern flavor. Author Kendra Bailey Morris presents regional classics from all over the South: church potlucks, Cajun and Creole traditions in the bayou, even her West Virginia granny’s old recipe book. Morris carefully tested and adapted each recipe for the home kitchen, and the result is a treasure for busy home cooks everywhere. With hardly any active cooking time and featuring affordable ingredients, every dish is simple, convenient, and downright delicious.  Start the slow cooker before work and come home to the mouthwatering aroma of Country-Style Pork Ribs. Or, prep the cooker on Sunday morning and have Breakfast Apples or a Sausage and Tater Tot Casserole ready by brunchtime. Since no Southern meal is complete without a sweet treat at the end, there are even slow cooker desserts, like Molasses Gingerbread, Lemon Blueberry Buckle, and Chocolate and Caramel Black Walnut Candies.  All of these satisfying, flavor-packed, and wonderfully simple recipes allow you to make the food you love in the time you have available—and will have you and your family begging for seconds.

51 review for The Southern Slow Cooker: Big-Flavor, Low-Fuss Recipes for Comfort Food Classics

  1. 5 out of 5

    T

    .5 a star. And only just barely. Now...Maybe it's because I'm a dreaded Yankee (though I do have a Southern Grandma, bless my heart), but this cookbook had way too many recipes with way too many ingredients, way too many steps, and not nearly enough pictures. I mean, isn't the whole point of a crockpot tossing somewhere in the neighborhood of a half dozen or so ingredients in said pot and let it work its magic? The amount of pre-cooking some of these recipes had was just obnoxious. I adore my cro .5 a star. And only just barely. Now...Maybe it's because I'm a dreaded Yankee (though I do have a Southern Grandma, bless my heart), but this cookbook had way too many recipes with way too many ingredients, way too many steps, and not nearly enough pictures. I mean, isn't the whole point of a crockpot tossing somewhere in the neighborhood of a half dozen or so ingredients in said pot and let it work its magic? The amount of pre-cooking some of these recipes had was just obnoxious. I adore my crockpots. (Yes, plural. Don't judge me.) Crockpot cookbooks and food blogs dedicated to the majestic crockpot are my crack. This is the first crockpot cookbook in recent memory that I've read and not marked a single recipe to make. Skip this one.

  2. 4 out of 5

    BookBec

    The *best* red beans and rice recipe. Yum! Ham and potato soup: not so exciting. Some recipes don't seem very southern, while others showcase the southern tendency to sweetness (more than I can handle). An interesting book to look through, but not a keeper. The *best* red beans and rice recipe. Yum! Ham and potato soup: not so exciting. Some recipes don't seem very southern, while others showcase the southern tendency to sweetness (more than I can handle). An interesting book to look through, but not a keeper.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Miss Clark

    Plenty of photographs and a nice, easy-to-read layout. My favourites were: Dr. Pepper Sorghum Roasted Ham Carolina-Style Pork BBQ Sandwiches Red Beans and Rice with Smoked Sausage Honestly, pick any dessert because they are all winners!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Sandie

    Great ideas... The beginning of more experimentation.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Jamie Arledge

    Unfortunately this book didn't do a whole lot for me. I like nice and simple recipes without too many ingredients. I found most of these recipes to have more ingredients than I wanted to mess with. To be honest, I only marked 4 of these recipes that I'd actually choose to make. I wish there would've been more pictures for the recipes, not to mention better pictures. The majority of the pictures didn't really appeal to me. I also found this to be a very "wordy" cookbook. There was a lot of reading Unfortunately this book didn't do a whole lot for me. I like nice and simple recipes without too many ingredients. I found most of these recipes to have more ingredients than I wanted to mess with. To be honest, I only marked 4 of these recipes that I'd actually choose to make. I wish there would've been more pictures for the recipes, not to mention better pictures. The majority of the pictures didn't really appeal to me. I also found this to be a very "wordy" cookbook. There was a lot of reading if you took the time to read it all. I prefer a basic cookbook where you get recipes and that's pretty much it. I don't need the background for every recipe.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Bea

    Terrific recipes. Those of you familiar with chili dogs from Moore's Country Store (Lynchburg, VA) will find similar seasonings in the West Virginia chili dog recipe. HOWEVER, the consistency is not the same. (Call me to duplicate!) We are trying a new recipe each week, so far all are fit for company: Zesty Beef and Cabbage Soup, Buffalo Stout Beer Chili, West Virginia Slaw Dogs, Shrimp Creole...and simmering right now, Smoked Ham, Potato and Rice Soup. Terrific recipes. Those of you familiar with chili dogs from Moore's Country Store (Lynchburg, VA) will find similar seasonings in the West Virginia chili dog recipe. HOWEVER, the consistency is not the same. (Call me to duplicate!) We are trying a new recipe each week, so far all are fit for company: Zesty Beef and Cabbage Soup, Buffalo Stout Beer Chili, West Virginia Slaw Dogs, Shrimp Creole...and simmering right now, Smoked Ham, Potato and Rice Soup.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Kasey Cocoa

    I would agree with the big flavor, but not the low fuss for the recipes. Yes, you use a slow cooker for every recipe, but many times you are also using the stove, microwave, grill, etc. There's enough information to make some very tasty meals, but it lacks very many photos of what they should look like when finished. With all the cookbooks out there for slow cookers, this one might have trouble keeping up. I would agree with the big flavor, but not the low fuss for the recipes. Yes, you use a slow cooker for every recipe, but many times you are also using the stove, microwave, grill, etc. There's enough information to make some very tasty meals, but it lacks very many photos of what they should look like when finished. With all the cookbooks out there for slow cookers, this one might have trouble keeping up.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Cindy

    If you are just starting to cook, and looking for some slow cooker recipes, this book may help you. If you are an experienced cook, this may not be for you. There are many good, common recipes, and there are a few recipes that stand out, that I would like to try, including Aunt Barbara's Beef Stew. If you are just starting to cook, and looking for some slow cooker recipes, this book may help you. If you are an experienced cook, this may not be for you. There are many good, common recipes, and there are a few recipes that stand out, that I would like to try, including Aunt Barbara's Beef Stew.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Lee

    I'd recently read another Southern cookbook that seemed to have a heavy emphasis on casseroles and canned products (almost a Semi-Homemade type of cookbook). This book was at the opposite end of the spectrum - a more gourmet approach to Southern food, with few to no processed foods involved. I definitely liked the approach, but nothing really stood out to me as a recipe I had to try. I'd recently read another Southern cookbook that seemed to have a heavy emphasis on casseroles and canned products (almost a Semi-Homemade type of cookbook). This book was at the opposite end of the spectrum - a more gourmet approach to Southern food, with few to no processed foods involved. I definitely liked the approach, but nothing really stood out to me as a recipe I had to try.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Glenajo

    This cookbook creates dishes from my childhood solely in the slow cooker. You will be the consummate Southern cook, without all the fuss. It is full of comfort food, and mmmmm, the recipes will make you smile! Morris even includes drink suggestions for each meal. Enjoy!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Stefanie Kellum

    The "low-fuss" is still more fuss than I want, but all the recipes sound yummy. I received an ARC of this from NetGalley. The "low-fuss" is still more fuss than I want, but all the recipes sound yummy. I received an ARC of this from NetGalley.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Jessica

    Lots of great recipes I want to try. I love using my crockpot so this will give me some new things to try with it.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Tonya

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  19. 4 out of 5

    Abigail

    Recipes Trying: Fully loaded potato and Onion Soup & Meatloaf with Brown Sugar BBQ Sauce.

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    Carmaleta Miller

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