Dumping a pile of ingredients into a slow cooker, waiting a few hours, and calling it stew is not a recipe for success.
Come holiday time, the oven is prime real estate. So we asked another appliance to lend a hand.
Come holiday time, middling green bean casseroles monopolize valuable oven space. We wanted a better version-from the slow cooker.
A fresh, vibrant soup from an appliance designed for long, gentle simmering seemed like a contradiction.
Enchiladas in the slow cooker? We had our doubts. And they only deepened after we tried a few recipes.
You can't caramelize onions for French onion soup without constant stirring. Or can you?