Could we really make a tender, flavorful meatloaf in the slow cooker?
We wanted all the flavor that this game-day classic had to offer, but without having to roll out the grill.
If you're cooking pork for 10 hours in the slow cooker, you'd better season it boldly.
The moist environment of the slow cooker guaranteed tender, juicy “baked ham.” But the glaze spelled trouble.
Low and slow proved to be the perfect path to tender peppers. The filling was another story.
This long-cooking Southern stew seemed a natural for the slow cooker. Instead, we got an alarming mush. The right timing—and a trick—helped us fix it.