Author Margaret Fulton is one of Australia’s leading and best-loved cookery experts. She’s even been nominated by the Australian National Trust as an Australian Living National Treasure. And in 2009 she was named by a Sydney Morning Herald panel as one of the 25 Australians who has most changed the nation. You get the picture. She’s very good at what she does.
In her new book, Slow Cooking, Margaret brings over 40 years of experience to show us how to create succulent, delicious dishes with the slow cooker. First published in 1976 as The Margaret Fulton Crock-Pot Cookbook, this has been fully reworked for use with current day appliances and methods, with the assistance of Margaret’s daughter Suzanne Gibbs (a leading food writer in her own right), and accompanied by brand new full-colour photography throughout.
There are recipes for a wide range of dishes, including soups, meats, roasts, fish, vegetables, lentil meals, bread and cakes, desserts, bottled fruit and breakfasts. Just set and forget your slow cooker, and serve dishes cooked to perfection.
We have 1 copy of Slow Cooking to give away. TO GO INTO THE DRAW TO WIN A COPY, all you have to do is post a comment below. Anything will do. You can just say hello, if you like. Though we’d love to read your thrifty tips for the kitchen.
WINNER: Marilyn Samuels