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'Slow Cooker Revolution Volume 2'
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Number to Know



$500: Tailgating is an investment in having fun. Forty-two percent of tailgaters spend more than $500 a season on food and supplies, according to a Tailgating Institute research study.



— Brandpoint



Food Quiz



What is the most popular method of cooking while tailgating?



A. Using a grill



B. Using a smoker



C. Using a stove



D. Using a combination of grills, stoves and smokers to cook



Answer at bottom of rail.



Wise to the Word



guanciale: Italian cured pork cheek or jowl, traditionally used in classic pastas. Because it's largely fat, guanciale has a heavier pork flavor and delicate texture than cured meat that comes from the belly (like pancetta, a common substitute).



— Cookthink



The Dish On...



“Slow Cooker Revolution Volume 2,” by Editors at America's Test Kitchen.



The test cooks at America's Test Kitchen have worked their magic again, developing and perfecting an all-new collection of 200 slow-cooker recipes. The moist heat of the slow cooker is tailor-made to serve up flavorful stews, chilis and braises, but with smart strategies and clever ingredient selections, you can pull off spice-rubbed roast chicken, ziti with meaty ragu, rare roast beef, poached salmon and even cheesecake.



— Amazon.com



Food Quiz answer



- D. (According to a Tailgating Institute research study, 59 percent of tailgaters use a combination of grills, stoves and smokers to cook their food before the big game, while 39 percent use just a grill to cook and 1 percent each of tailgaters use just a smoker or stove.)

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