Crock-Pot 38501-W 5-Quart Round Smart-Pot Slow Cooker, White
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- 5-quart slow cooker makes family-style meals for 4 to 5 people
- Programmable temperature control; auto-shift to warm setting when cooking is complete
- Dishwasher-safe stoneware crock with stick-resistant coating
- SUREGRIP side handles for improved grip and comfort
- Product Built to North American Electrical Standards
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Rival's Smart-Pot 5-quart white oval crock-pot
The original slow cooker, the Crock-Pot was first introduced by Rival in the 1970s and has proved to be much more than a fad. This convenient appliance helps you prepare delicious family-style meals while youre working, running errands, hiking, or just relaxing around the house.
The 5-quart, round Crock-Pot is large enough to cook four to six chicken breasts with vegetables or enough chili or soup for four to five people. The easy-to-use programmable timer turns on and off with the push of a button and lets you choose among time settings of 4, 6, 8, and 10 hours. When cooking time is complete, the Crock-Pot automatically shifts into warming mode, which keeps food at the right eating temperature but doesnt overcook it.
The exterior of this Crock-Pot is white plastic that wipes down easily and matches the décor of most kitchens. Plastic handles provide a secure and comfortable grip for transporting the cooker. The Crock-Pots internal liner is made of durable stoneware that is attractive enough to go from cooker to tabletop to serve your meal. The liner also has a stick-resistant coating and is dishwasher-safe to make clean-up easy. The glass lid lets you peek at your food while it cooks and is also dishwasher safe. Rival offers a limited 1-year warranty on this stoneware slow cooker. --Cristina Vaamonde
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The design of the pot and lid is good, it has grooves in the top of the pot to allow moisture to roll back down from the lid to the pot to prevent the rattling noises some of them make. It is also easy to slide around on the counter.
Overall good and a nice size if you are not cooking large amounts, like I do.
Will give detailed reviews when it arrives and I start cooking in it.
Aug 19th: Crock pot arrived yesterday. I examined it out of the box. It looks well made, nice crock without any imperfections, lid is nice, the crock is Round, not oval. The control are very easy to use, simple and basic. First press of the 'on' button turns it to 4 hours on high. Second press is 6 hours on high. Then it moves to the low setting. Third press is 8 hours low. Fourth press is 10 hours low. The last press is warm. I moved the star rating to 4 Stars since it's very nice and easy to use. I took one star off because you can't cook any other length of times than those already pre-programmed.
I am making Italian Wedding Soup in it now. I'm cooking it on 4 hours high and will see if it's boiling or simmering and will report back.
Sept 16th: *update* The Italian wedding soup never boiled, it stayed a simmer. I haven't tested if cooking on 'low' would make it boil - as in: if they switched the controls around. I'll report back on that in the next month or so.
*Have cooked a few more things in this since my last update. It's been mostly soups: beef and cabbage soup, etc...and it has worked very well with soups for me. I may have gotten one of the cookers that is okay and not malfunctioning. To be sure, I will make something else besides soup so I can give a better feel of how it cooks other dishes.
***I gave this 3 stars before it arrived just on the features and anticipation of it - a middle of the road to begin with since I had to put some star rating on it before I could post - I didn't feel a 1 or 5 was fair so I rated it 3 and let you know I was waiting for it. I then moved it to 4 stars after using it and saw how it cooked and the ease of use for me. I would have given it 5 stars if I could change the locked times on it.
I just ordered another one to give to my Sister as a 'trial' gift and see how she likes cooking in it since the price is now 11.99. I will report back after making a less liquid dish and tell of my results.
- You may want to get something else if you want to be sure you won't get a faulty item - There may have been a few of us that received a well working item and there may be duds in the factory that are yet to ship out.
**** UPDATE Sept 24, 2012 Instead of gifting my sister the second crock-pot I had it shipped here to test it. I made slow-cooker lasagna. I did 1 hour on high than 4 hours on low. I can see how it would overcook and burn for some people as I was here to shut it off when it was done in 4 hours, the low setting will turn to warm after 8 hours. It had burned the outer-side of the lasagna and the rest was perfectly done. I started with dry noodles.
I will see if I can upload pictures (I never have before). My Best Recommendation, if you are home to watch this crock pot than I would buy it and check it sooner than the pre-set times. If you need to set it and leave it, another choice would be better. There is one with a Temp Probe that I think would work best. Since I last bought the last crock pot the price has gone up 25.00 more so if I had to buy another crock pot I would choose the Temp Probe one.
Newer digital models are too confusing to program and lacking the simple turn of a function switch. This unit meets the "keep it simple stupid" and more reliable design that all would appreciate. Why pay more for less?