Has your slow cooker been banished to the back of the cabinet? If you’re short on time and budget-conscious, slow cookers are a great tool to get dinner on the table without the drive-thru. They essentially do the cooking while you are away. Imagine putting the ingredients in the slow cooker, leaving for work, and coming home to a great smelling, mouth-watering dinner.
The University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service and the Garland County Extension Homemakers Council will be offering a single-session class to help you beef up your slow cooker skills. Set for January 26th at 10:30 am, the class will feature recipe demonstrations and slow cooker tips to help you get the most from this small appliance. You’ll learn to prepare healthy, low-cost recipes and enjoy a lunch sampling the dishes prepared.
The class will be held at the EHC Building located on the Garland County Fairgrounds. Fee for the class is $6 and includes lunch. Space is limited, so register before the January 19th deadline by contacting the Garland County Extension Service at 623-6841, emailing Lwashburn@uaex.edu or visit the Extension office located at 236 Woodbine in Hot Springs.