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Crock-Pot SCCPVL610-S 6-Quart Programmable Cook and Carry Oval Slow Cooker, Digital Timer, Stainless Steel
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- 6 quart capacity is perfect for for 7+ people or a 6 lb. roast
- Easy-to-use locking lid featuring lid gasket for extra seal for less mess on-the-go
- Programmable digital control lets you program cook times anywhere from 30 minutes up to 20 hours; Works on 240 Watts at 120V A.C. and 60Hz
- Shifts to Warm Setting Automatically once the cook time is complete
- Removable oval stoneware that is also stylish for your table
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Over the decades Crock-Pot, the original slow cooker brand, has evolved from a single bean cooker into a diverse and extensive line of slow cookers and accessories that make meals and entertaining smarter, easier and more convenient for the many different styles of cooking today. For busy families, Crock-Pot Slow Cookers offer a solution to healthier, more wholesome meals while slow cookers designed for portability and entertaining provide new and different ways to enjoy slow cooking with the Crock-Pot brand.
Crock-Pot Programmable Cook and Carry Oval Slow Cooker
The Crock-Pot Cook and Carry Slow Cooker is an easy way to take your slow cooked meal on the road. The easy locking gasket lid will help you get to your final destination without making a mess. The SCCPVL610 is ideal for all your favorite slow cooker recipes, with 6-quart capacity and programmable time settings to accommodate varied cooking needs and time constraints.
- 6 quart capacity is perfect for for 7+ people or a 6 lb. roast.
- Easy-to-use locking lid featuring lid gasket for extra seal for less mess on-the-go.
- Programmable digital control lets you program cook times anywhere from 30 minutes up to 20 hours.
- Shifts to Warm Setting Automatically once the cook time is complete.
- Removable oval stoneware that is also stylish for your table.
Using Your Cook and Carry Slow Cooker
In just three easy steps, you can enjoy a home-cooked meal that cooks while you carry out your day.
1. Place the stoneware into the heating base, add your ingredients and cover with the lid.
2. Plug in your Crock-Pot slow cooker and select the temperature and time settings.
3. Once cooking time is complete, enjoy your delicious meal.
Features and Benefits
Capable of handling any slow cooker recipe, the SCCPVL610 Crock-Pot slow cooker will help you take care of mealtime. Countdown programmable technology allows users to program the cook time anywhere from 30 minutes up to 20 hours on the High or Low temperature settings in 30 minute increments. Simply set the countdown controller to the desired cook time and the programmable controller will begin to countdown the cook time so you know exactly how to prepare around your meal. Once the set cook time is complete, the controller will automatically shift to the Warm setting so your meal stays at the perfect temperature until you are ready.
Clean Up is a Breeze:
Once you are through cooking with the SCCPVL610 slow cooker, be sure to unplug and allow it to cool before cleaning. The lid and stoneware can be washed in the dishwasher or with hot, soapy water. The outside of the heating base may be cleaned with a soft cloth and warm, soapy water. When not in use, the sleek design of this slow cooker will make a perfect addition to your countertop without taking up much space.
Features a digital timer that counts down cooking time.
Keeps food safe on the go with hinged locking lids and carrying handles. With these features, there’s no need to repack food in other containers, making travel a breeze.
Carry this slow cooker with ease to any gathering. The gasket lid helps keep the unit sealed to avoid mess.
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The Crock-Pot Cook & Carry Programmable Slow Cooker with Countdown Digital Timer keeps up with your busy, on-the-go lifestyle. Whether your recipe calls for 30 minutes of quick heat or an all-day, while you’re away, cooking session, this Crock-Pot Slow Cooker has it under control. You can customize your cooking time and temperature by setting the timer anywhere between 30 minutes and 20 hours on the “High,” “Low,” or “Warm” settings. The digital timer counts down the remaining time so you can coordinate side dish preparation and have a complete meal ready when you are. If you’re not around when time runs out, this countdown expert will automatically shift to “Warm,” maintaining temperature and flavor. The digital timer will count up the time that it has been operating on “Warm” for up to 6 hours, simplifying mealtime so you don’t have to keep track. The Crock-Pot Cook & Carry Slow Cooker is just as at home in the kitchen as it is on the road. With a stylish, stainless finish and convenient lid locks that nestle neatly in with the lid, your countertop is sure to look sleek and clean. The stoneware transfers easily from the stainless steel frame to the table or refrigerator.
Top Customer Reviews
1. This thing stinks - Yes, the first time you use it, it does have a weird plastic type smell that even smells in the air as you cook. This smell will go away literally after the first use. Washing it first won't help. It didn't affect the taste of the food in the least.
2. The warm feature is too hot - It is a slow cooker, so when it switches to warm, it doesn't immediately turn off like your oven. The automatic feature of it switching to warm once the timer is done is really cool. It will keep the food HOT, but not boiling. I've left it on warm for about 1-2 hours before because I wasn't ready to eat and it kept it at serving temperature, not cooking temperature. Our old crockpot would let it get too tepid to be considered a "warm" setting.
I have an old Crock-Pot and it still works, but is too small for a roast, etc. So I got this one for two reasons: 1) bigger, 2) can program the time and temperature setting. I've only used it twice and, at this point, I am extremely satisfied. Should things change, I most definitely will update.
The programmable feature is really nice because you can set the cooking temperature on LOW or HIGH and set the cooking time in 30-minute increments all the way up to 20 hours. Some other "programmable" slow cookers have a few time/temp combination options but they are quite limited - this one gives you total control. Once the programmed cooking time is finished, the Crock-Pot automatically turns to "warm." The controls are touch (instead of turn dials) and very user-friendly. The user manual is small, but complete, and includes a couple recipes.
My first dish: Breakfast Casserole (photo attached). Very tasty and the Crock-Pot worked perfectly. There was some extra browning around the edges so I probably need to adjust the cook time a bit ... and you'll have to do that with any slow cooker. Second dish: Hot Sausage Stew. Again, the appliance worked perfectly and the "warm" feature is great because the food finished cooking before I was ready to eat. Keep in mind: you may consider the "warm" temp to be hotter than you expect but that's because of government regulations, not the Crock-Pot.
This Crock-Pot holds a LOT of food! I'm cooking for just me so I put some in the fridge and the rest in smaller containers in the freezer. And since I truly hate to cook, this is the best way to keep me out of the kitchen but still have good food to eat.
The food I prepared didn't stick to the stoneware and it was super easy to clean. Just hot, soapy water and rinse. You can also put the stoneware and the glass lid in the dishwasher. I will probably never use the "carry" function but I did try the locked lid and the rubber seal is tight and should make it easy to take your dish to the potluck, etc. Just don't lock the lid while you're cooking!
Bottom line: the ability to truly program the cooking time/temp ... and the "warm" function ... make this my top kitchen appliance (right along side my George Foreman grill). I'm actually looking for slow cooker recipes to try - and I can't believe I'm doing that! My old Crock-Pot is at least 15 years old and that's why I chose this brand. Because of the "computer" that allows the programming, I know the chances of it lasting that long are probably slim because the fancier you get, the more chances you have of something going wrong. But the price is right and, so far, I'm very happy with my purchase. Amazon shipping was fast and the slow cooker was packed in its original box with plenty of protection.
First, the outside of the slow cooker gets hot, like really hot. Hot enough that I'm nervous about leaving it on when I leave the house. Second (and most important to me), the sides of this crock pot are heated BUT NOT THE BOTTOM. This causes some seriously uneven cooking.. Curries and foods with sauce were almost burnt on the sides but perfect in the middle. Vegetables were a mess, mush at the sides and beautiful in the center. Meat was raw in the middle when it was cooked at the edges. You really need to take the lid off now and again to stir the contents but, of course, that defeats the purpose of a slow cooker.
So, not the best purchase I ever made and I'll be checking with America's Test Kitchen to see what I should have bought in the first place.