This book will be released on September 12, 2017. I received a copy through NetGalley.
I recently reviewed a different slow cooker book, this one is similar but with very different recipes. They are more exotic in this book with a bit less accessible ingredients, such as Miso-Ghee Corn Chowder.
Each recipe is divided by what you need to do in the morning before work, and what you will need to do when you get home to finish preparing it. It sets it up so that you can easily get everything ready to walk in the door and finish the dish, including side dishes, which most recipes have suggested for you.
The book is divided into chapters based on the meat of the dish, such as a vegetarian chapter, one on poultry, one on pork, etc. For the more adventurous, it also contains a chapter on goat and lamb.
Overall, if you’re looking for a primer on slow cooking, go with the book I reviewed a couple of weeks ago. If you’re in a rut and want some more ethnic food, this would be great for you or as a gift to a special cook. Personally the recipes in here look delicious but are far too complicated for my taste.