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Liner bags end monotony of slow-cooker leftovers

By Betty Shimabukuro

~~<p>Typical complaint from people who have slow cookers but don't use them: They make too much food at one time. Leftovers are tiresome &mdash; just how much pot roast can a mere mortal consume? </p>
<p>If that sounds like you, here's a new cookbook you can wrap your brain around: &quot;Slow Cooking for Two,&quot; by Cynthia Graubart (Gibbs Smith, $19.99).</p>
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Typical complaint from people who have slow cookers but don't use them: They make too much food at one time. Leftovers are tiresome — just how much pot roast can a mere mortal consume? 

If that sounds like you, here's a new cookbook you can wrap your brain around: "Slow Cooking for Two," by Cynthia Graubart (Gibbs Smith, $19.99). Login for more...



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