slow-cook

Main Entry:  slow-cook
Part of Speech:  v
Definition:  to cook a food for several hours at relatively low temperatures, often in a special cooker
Example:  I like to slow-cook the meal when we have to attend a track meet.
Usage:  cooking; see slow cooker
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