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DeLonghi DCP707 Stainless-Steel Programmable 5-Quart Slow Cooker

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  • Just set it and go with the 10-hr digital countdown timer; perfect for long work days or busy days running around with the kids at sports practice
  • Enjoy the ease of the servable ceramic bowl, take it straight to the table, so there is less to clean!
  • You can take pleasure in the ample counterspace you'll still enjoy with the sleek compact design
  • Feed the family or even a whole dinner party with the 5-qt capacity
  • Be sure that you will always cook food at the perfect temperature with high and low settings and a 2-hr keep warm function
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DeLonghi DCP707 Stainless-Steel Programmable 5-Quart Slow Cooker + Slow Cooker Revolution + Cuisinart MSC-600 3-In-1 Cook Central 6-Quart Multi-Cooker: Slow Cooker, Brown/Saute, Steamer
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Dimensions 9.6 inches x 13 inches x 11.8 inches 10.8 inches x 10.5 inches x 17.5 inches 9.5 inches x 18.25 inches x 11.5 inches 12 inches x 11.6 inches x 16.3 inches
Material Stainless Steel Steel Stainless Steel Stainless Steel
Color Silver Stainless Steel Silver Silver
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Designed for busy people, the De'Longhi 5-Qt Slow Cooker not only cooks to perfection, but looks good while doing so; just set it and go. The sleek, compact stainless steel design is accompanied by a white servable ceramic bowl, so you have less to clean up. You can be confident knowing that your meal will end up exactly as planned, no over cooking or undercooking with the 10-hr digital countdown timer; perfect for long work days or busy days running the kids around to after school activities. The compact design is small enough to still allow for ample counter space, so there is no sacrifice there. If the kids like to help with cooking there's no need to worry about them burning themselves, the cool touch stainless handles provide you some piece of mind. Cleanup will be a breeze with the dishwasher safe servable bowl and tempered glass lid.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 13 x 11.8 x 9.6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 14 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B0028Y4FWU
  • California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 warning.
  • Item model number: DCP707
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (83 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #80,018 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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148 of 154 people found the following review helpful By Doug D. Johnson on December 7, 2009
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I'm a guy and have done only basic cooking and even less with a slow cooker. So please take this into account.

I purchased this cooker even thought it had no reviews because most of the other cookers had such a wide variety of star ratings . . . I took a risk . . . and I'm not disappointing.

This slow cooker is all metal, except of course for the lid which is tempered glass and the pot which is ceramic or whatever they are made of. Even the handle on the top of the lid is metal as are the handles on the side of the cooker and seem very solid. None of this cheap plastic with a shiny silver coating stuff. The pot itself is obviously heavy and durable; and the handles on the pot are conveniently placed and formed making it very easy to lift out of the cooking container without burning yourself even when completely full.

The electronic controls are very easy to use with the typical warm, low, medium and high settings and a two hour automatic warm setting after the cooking cycle is finished, and a push of the timer setting button will increase the cook time for 30 minutes while in the cooking cycle. The LCD panel for the controls lights up when any of the buttons are pushed to make reading the settings easier and an icon of a cooking pot turns on once the slow cooker is actually cooking.

This slow cooker is very attractive and would compliment most any kitchen. The overall impression of the slow cooker is that it is of high quality and sound construction. I am looking forward to many years use of this slow cooker but if any problems crop up during the next several months I will edit this post to let ya'll know.
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61 of 62 people found the following review helpful By M. Gerrish on November 7, 2010
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The idea of a slow cooker has always appealed to me. Place ingredients in cooker. Leave. Return. Eat. What's not to like? Well, we tried two different models over the years and in both cases, no matter what we prepared or how spicy, the food ended up tasting like the cooker instead of the food.

Spaghetti tonight? Tastes like the cooker.
Say! The cooker flavor is particularly apparent in the beef stew this evening.
Firehouse chili? Nope. It's slow cooker again.

I don't remember what brands we purchased in the past. I just know that we gave up because everything had a taste that wasn't a good taste. Whatever we prepared ended up kind of ... well ... crockpotty.

And yet over the years slow cookers have come along (so we'd heard) and meal ideas finally branch beyond beans or beef stew, so with some investigation, we decided to try again. This would be the last try.

We picked this model because it would fit nicely in the corner of the counter, it's simple in appearance, offers that handy warming feature (as many do) and falls within a comfortable price range. We bought it in a local shop instead of from Amazon because we weren't hopeful and anticipated having to return it for refund. Amazon has a great return policy, but it's a hassle by default.

Good news! The meals we've prepared so far have tasted like the meals we prepared! The Asian-Style Chicken tastes just like that! (A whole onion, lots of garlic, about six inches of ginger, add sprigs of cilantro if you love it, all pureed in a food processor; mix puree with a can of coconut milk -- not coconut water or sweetened coconut milk -- add 1/4 cup soy sauce, about 1/4 cup of brown sugar, a few drops of hot sesame oil...maybe a dollop of peanut butter, too!
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66 of 71 people found the following review helpful By E. on February 2, 2010
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I bought this slow cooker after owning several versions of the Rival crock pot. I had no complaints about the Rival, but I LOVE this Delonghi! Received it before this recent spell of winter storms to hit the Mid-Atlantic and it has been working ever since! The programmable aspect is easy to operate and the 2 hour warming after cooking is a great bonus feature as well! So far I have made soup, pot roast, a chicken dish and a batch of beans in preparation for the Super Bowl. LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this slow cooker and worth every penny! Buy it, don't hesitate!
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44 of 46 people found the following review helpful By A. Tyler on March 14, 2010
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I had a rival slow cooker for the last 10 years. After I couldn't use it anymore, I bought this one. I use this to make marinara, roast, stew, etc. Its has been great. Sometimes I wish it were bigger, but really I don't need it to be. It has two settings high and low and you set the number of hours you want to cook. After the cooking time it has an automatic 2 hr warming time.

Dishwasher safe!
I definitely recommend.
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54 of 58 people found the following review helpful By Jo-Ski on June 19, 2010
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I agree with everything in the Dec. 2009 review written by That Was Cool. "TDurden1937." THIS IS A BEAUTIFUL, HIGH-QUALITY, REASONABLY PRICED SLOW-COOKER, made out of top-quality materials (e.g., the tempered glass lid with real stainless steel handle; removeable, heavy-duty white crockery insert that you actually cook in--cleans effortlessly!; and the stainless steel cooking shell with stainless steel handles).

I read all the reviews for this and many, many other slow cookers, and I cannot imagine ever having any of the problems with this cooker that the others have (e.g., one slow cooker actually started shedding black flecks from the coated surface after 5 or 6 uses--that won't happen with the beautiful white crockery cooking insert in the DeLonghi slow-cooker). I cannot recommend the DeLonghi slow-cooker highly enough!

Anyway, I won't repeat the excellent details in TDurden1937's review--please go to his review for those details. I wanted to write about the two successfully scrumptious meals (a pork and a beef dish) I've made with this slow-cooker in the one week we've had it to give you some details about how it works, in my experience.

I hadn't received the crockpot cookbooks I'd ordered, so I used recipes from the Web. In each case, I browned the meat thoroughly in some extra-virgin olive oil in a stainless steel saute pan, deglazed the pan with whatever liquid the recipe called for (to spatula up the precious meat browns from the pan), transferred the meat and browns/liquid to the slow-cooker--the crockery insert, I mean--cooked on high for two hours, followed by three hours cooking on the low setting--stirring occasionally. In each case, the meat came out salivatingly fork-tender, and the sauce was delectable!
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