The Wall Street Journal posted an article today about crockery cooker, Mable Hoffman. She wrote a fantastic cookbook for simple crock pot meals. I like the note in the article that tells us how her book, Crockery Cookery, surpassed The Joy of Sex as the best selling book of 1975. Mable passed away at the age of 88, on February 9, 2010.
Thank you Mable, for providing us with direction and recipes in an easy to follow cookbook. I have the article today about crockery cooker, Mable Hoffman. She wrote a fantastic cookbook for simple crock pot meals. I like the note in the article that tells us how her book, Crockery Cookery cookbook in my collection and I love thumbing through it for inspiration.
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I’ve really enjoyed your site since you started it and I have even tried some recipies- love the stuffed cabbage (although I didn’t really stuff it, I just cut up all the cabbage and instead of meat balls I had made “meat clumps” because I’m lazy…. but it turned out delicious!).
I am sure this is already in your kitchen, but if not, go out and get some Crock Pot Liners- they are the most wonderful invention. Sort of like a garbage bag for the food in the pot and the dish stays pretty clean! They are safe for cooking in for a long time, specially designed for the crock pot. If you already have some- great- if not, order them today!
Thanks, Ilene! Yes, I had used the crock pot liners as well. I don’t mind washing the crock pot, but the liners certainly help save time. I have them linked to one of my recipes actually, but I’ll post it on the page too, thanks for the pointer. Crock pot meals freeze really well too– keep that in mind as you start nesting! 🙂