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Cuisinart MSC-800 Cook Central 4-in-1 Multi-Cooker, 7 quart

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  • 4 programmable functions: - Slow Cook on high, low, simmer or warm for up to 24 hours; Roast at from 250 -450 Degrees for up to 6 hours; Brown/Saute with temperatures up to 500 Degrees; Steam
  • One touch lets you switch modes when recipe calls for combination cooking
  • Removable 7-quart nonstick cast aluminum cooking pot
  • Dishwasher-safe cooking pot and lid for effortless cleanup
  • Includes reversible roasting/steaming rack
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Dimensions 10.5 inches x 18 inches x 11 inches 15.2 inches x 15 inches x 10 inches 16.13 inches x 10.25 inches x 16 inches 12 inches x 11.6 inches x 16.3 inches
Material Plastic Stainless Steel Aluminum Stainless Steel
Color Stainless Steel Silver Metallic Silver
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Size:7 quart

The Cuisinart Cook Central does it all! Brown ingredients right in the unit - no stovetop required - and you can switch to Slow Cook or Roast with the touch of a button for effortless combination cooking. Preset function buttons with time and temperature controls make it simple to Slow Cook, Roast, Brown/Saute or Steam - or combination cook! This big multicooker makes operation easy, and lets you prepare meals ahead of time so they're ready when you are!.


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Size: 7 quart
Please click here for the User Manual [PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 18 x 11 x 10.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 17.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0053WRWX8
  • Item model number: MSC-800
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,082 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,619 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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808 of 822 people found the following review helpful By Constant on August 10, 2013
Size: 6-Quart
UPDATE: The cord is 44" long. It is not retractable or detachable - it lays on the kitchen counter.

UPDATE: Yes - it is Made in China

UPDATE: No - you cannot use the insert on top of the stove nor in the oven. The insert has stay-cool handles made of hard plastic. The insert is aluminum, not ceramic, and is Teflon coated. I've had both type of inserts and definitely prefer the aluminum/Teflon insert - lighter weight & easier cleanup.

UPDATE: No - there is no delay timer of any sort. You cannot, for instance, set a timer to cook on high for 1 hour, then drop to low for 4 hours then drop to warm to keep the food at a safe temp. Nor can you set a delay timer to start cooking at a future time. The closest there is: you can select high, low, or simmer slow cook and set the number of hours up to 24. At the end of that time it will automatically down select to warm to stop "cooking" the food but keep it at a safe temp. Every time you open the lid, add 15-20 minutes to the recipe cooking time.

UPDATE: Slow cook temps are HIGH = 212 degrees, LOW = 200 degrees, SIMMER = 185 degrees, WARM = 165 degrees. Saute temps are: default is 350 degrees, programmable from 140 degrees to 400 degrees in 25 degree increments.

UPDATE: The entire instruction & recipe booklet is online at Cuisinart's web site in pdf format. Search for manual "MSC-600". I read the instructions and many of the recipes myself before I bought the unit.

UPDATE: Q: "Will this unit really "brown" meat well? (i.e., as in browning meat for a pot roast or browning beef chunks for stew?)". A: Yes, very well. See the saute temps elsewhere in my review. It has a large sort of oval shaped saute heating element underneath the insert which provides more than adequate heat for saute.
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299 of 308 people found the following review helpful By Heliosue on May 7, 2013
Size: 4-Quart Verified Purchase
For the first time ever, I have found an electric cooking device that actually operates as advertised. My dissatisfaction with numerous crock pot/slow cookers in the past has been two-fold. First and most importantly, I could never regulate the temperature on my previous cookers according to my needs. All settings seemed to be too hot and the setting choices allowed no discretion in actually finding a real temperature (rather than high or low.) My other, less important problem with these devices was that many of my recipes had to be started on the stove top before using the crock pot setting. Now, with this Cuisinart 4-Quart Multi-Cooker, I can actually control the cooking temperatures accurately and I can do all of what previously required a stove top and an extra pot or pan right in the slow cooker, itself.

I did test the cooking temperatures before putting real food into the pot and it was very accurate. At this point in time, I have used it for browning and then slow cooking one of those famous little Costco Pork Sirloin Tip roasts. It worked beautifully. Yesterday I made white bean and ham soup without pre-soaking the beans and let it sit for awhile on "warm" after it turned itself off using the timer. Worked perfectly.

The only thing the MSC-400 does not do that would make me even happier, is to allow it to be programmed for a certain amount of time at "high" and then automatically switch to a "low "setting" to finish cooking. For some reason I thought it could be programmed that way, but it cannot. I would have purchased the cooker anyway, and I really could not be more pleased with it.

Finally, i was a little concerned about whether I should get the 4 quart or the 6 quart and ultimately went with the 4 and it is just right for my needs. I think that It is a great size for a family of three or four.
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160 of 163 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on April 4, 2012
Size: 7 quart
Loved this machine. Really hated to send it back but I had to. Twice. I purchased it from Williams Sonoma and thank goodness they have great customer service. The same things happened to both machines.

1) The front control panel will crack if you use it often or let it get very hot. The first time the crack was really bad but the second time I tried to live with a small crack until...

2) The non-stick interior will eventually bubble, peel and crack EVEN WITH BABYING IT. I never used anything but silicone or wood to stir and I hand washed the item and it still eventually bubbled and peeled.

Lastly, the machine was a bit temperamental but I finally figured out the lid placement has something to do with it actually functioning as intended.

Again, I was willing to live with it because I loved to brown items directly in the pot but I can't live with bits of non-stick surface in my food.
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290 of 303 people found the following review helpful By SoapyHollow on May 22, 2013
Size: 6-Quart Verified Purchase
I'm a big fan of crockpots in concept, but I've really relegated them to things like soups and whatnot. I mean, if I was gonna have to break out the dutch oven to brown my roast, why wouldn't I just cook it in there? In just the few weeks since I've had this, I've made pot roast, roasted a chicken, steamed artichokes, made bread pudding, and of course, made soup. (I think it's the law, you have to make 15 bean soup or the crockpot patrol takes you away.) I even made bacon, just to see if it would work. (It did!)

I'll admit, I lost the directions almost as soon as I unpacked it. So, some of my usage has been trial and error, but praise Flying Spaghetti Monster, I haven't found a way to burn the house down with it. The user controls are pretty self explanatory. The outside of the container stays considerably cooler than any other similar cooker I've owned, which is wonderful. The quad rubber feet keep it stable and non-slippy on even slick counter-tops like marble. The interior pot cleans up easily. I have not tried to put it in a dishwasher, since non-stick surfaces and dishwashers are two things that do not go well together.

The only thing I can think that might be a problem for some people is the sheer size of this thing. It's massive. I love that, it's what I wanted, but if you have a tiny kitchen or limited storage, you may want to check the dimensions to make sure it fits where you will be storing it. Also make sure you keep the cardboard that wrapped around the rack, or some other soft item that can buffer the nonstick surface from the metal of the steamer rack while it's being stored, so you don't chip your surface. All in all, I'm pleased with this purchase, and would recommend it to anyone who needs a really large slow cooker.
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