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- 4-quart Oval Manual Slow Cooker serves 4+ people
- High/Low cook settings, and convenient Warm setting
- Crock-Pot features removable, dishwasher-safe stoneware insert
- Dishwasher-safe glass lid
- Stylish exterior with border, accents, and plastic handles
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This Crock-Pot 4-Quart Oval Manual Slow Cooker provides you the flexibility to prepare a meal early and then have it slow-cook all day, so you can come home to a nutritious, home-cooked meal in the evening. It's a healthy, cost-efficient, and convenient way to cook. This Crock-Pot Manual Slow Cooker cooks on High or Low settings, and the Warm setting can be used to keep your dish at an ideal serving temperature.
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1. It's really simple to operate with the only three settings I'll ever need in a crock pot: low and high (and keep warm). That's it. All my hundreds of crock pot recipes only call for these three settings, no exact temperature needed. It's a crock pot....you turn it on for a few hours and leave it.
2. I like the idea that it's one manual knob to turn on and off...like my grandfather always said, less electronics and circuit boards to break (and he was right).
3. The stoneware inner pot lasts forever and is very easy to clean. Nothing ever sticks to it. And I've never, ever burned anything in this.
4. Inexpensive, and after I put it in my cart, a $5.00 promotion was automatically applied. Woo hoo! I had no idea, but I'm not complaining.
1. Minor issue, but one side of the metal part of the crock pot gets much hotter than the other, specifically the back of the crock pot (opposite where the dial is). You actually cannot leave your fingers on that back portion of the hotpot because it gets very hot when it's on high, though at the same time you can leave your fingers on the front portion for longer period (not as hot). My guess is that it's just the way the inner heating elements are lined throughout the pot. So although a little bit of the stew was sticking/cooked onto the stoneware where the hotspot was, but I end up stirring my stews a few times during the process, so it's not a deal breaker for me, since generally speaking the entire inner stoneware container gets very hot seems to spread the heat fairly well. So one star off for that.
2.As noted in 1. above, the container itself gets pretty hot when it's on high, so I wouldn't leave it totally unattended around children (my cat seems to know to stay away from hot stuff, but I probably wouldn't leave it on with me out of the house for any period of time with him sniffing around, either)
The design is also really nice, which adds a nice accent to my kitchen.
I might eventually buy a larger crock pot, but for now, this model works just fine for me. I can feed myself for about a week with one go at this thing.
After using this 3 times now the main thing I've noticed is that it cooks so much more slowly than what I'm used to using my Hamilton Beach. What would normally cook in 4-5 hours (on high) is now taking 8-9 hours in this new Crock Pot. I see this as neither good nor bad. I suppose if I was in a rush I'd get out the Hamilton Beach, but I actually somewhat like the fact that this cooks more slowly, as if I need to be away for 8+ hours this would be the way to go.
My only slight concern is with food safety. I'd heard that you should always start a slow cooker out on high, even if you wish to cook on low, just to get it up to a safe temperature before turning it back to cook on low. I'd wondered if this slow cooker taking so long to cook might allow the food to remain at unsafe temps for too long. So far though, after several meals in this new Crock Pot, everything has been just fine.