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Adcraft Countertop Heavy Duty Stainless Steel Food Warmer
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I also bought it for the light. One of our warmers didn't have a light which made it easier to leave on by mistake. This one has a light but stays on whenever it's plugged in, even when turned off. It defeats half the purpose of the light.
I suggest buying the APW Wyott Food Warmer.
I used this as a improvised sous vide with an auber instruments controller. No fault in steam table. No rusting or changes in 2 years of use.
Highly recommend for personal or commercial use.
you have space in your kitchen. If you do, then immediately forgot sousvide supreme or other mass-market item, such as immersion circulators. This does the same job, at a much lower price but a) bigger, more versatile, b) cheaper to replace/upgrade (the waterbath is distinct from the controller). I think the sousvide supreme guys are doing a great job as far as marketing and consumer education, and are certainly serving a public that just wants something to plug in. But if you are a thinking man or woman who wants the best at a good price (and have space in your kitchen) then get this + Auber (or other, but I got the auber and I like it) controller.
good quality, lots of power to heat 4.5 gallons of warm water to 130 in 30 to 45 minutes. the SVM 1500D controller works well with it. It is slightly more shallow than I would have wished, but this hasn't proven to be too big a problem as the bath is so large on width and depth. I've cooked three large roasts at once without undue crowding, but the bags must lay flat, not stand on edge. a 1/2 sheet pan fits well as partial cover leaving room for sensor wires at one end.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My wife and I seem to have events we need to bring hot food to. This has been the perfect answer. Use a full size pan for larger dishes, use half pans for two dishes and one third... Read morePublished 3 months ago by 1Engineer
after i ordered it, i went to another website and could have purchased it for $20 cheaper. i couldn't find out how to cancel this one and save me some money.Published on October 5, 2013 by georgette
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