The world has its fair share of one-pot cooking—stir fry and noodles from many Asian countries, and who can forget flavorful, slow-simmering cassoulet from France? But one-pot cooking in America often gets the side-glance, as if something created in a Crock Pot or casserole is somehow inferior food. Let me introduce you to the Casserole Queens, Crystal Cook and Sandy Pollock. Their new book “THE CASSEROLE QUEENS COOKBOOK: PUT SOME LOVIN’ IN YOUR OVEN WITH 100 EASY 1-DISH RECIPES” can fill a much-needed void in your dinnertime schedule. Casseroles have evolved past the 1950s post-war concoctions of canned soup, and thawed proteins. Instead, try shrimp with seared polenta or a chicken curry dish. The Casserole Queens offer worldly recipes that are easy to prepare. THE CASSEROLE QUEENS COOKBOOK is available now from Clarkson Potter for $18, in stores and online.