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Cuisinart CSC-650 6-1/2-Quart Slow Cooker
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- Versatile 6-1/2-quart slow cooker doubles as serving dish
- Brushed stainless-steel housing with chrome-plated handles; cooking rack included
- High, low, and warm settings; convenient timer; nonslip rubber feet provides added safety
- Dishwasher-safe ceramic cooking pot and glass lid; retractable cord for easy storage
- Limited 3-year warranty
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|Color||—||Silver||Stainless Steel||Silver||Silver||Stainless Steel|
|Item Dimensions||15.7 x 18.9 x 11.3 in||16.3 x 11.6 x 12 in||17.52 x 10.55 x 11.61 in||12.2 x 16.5 x 8.7 in||11 x 17 x 16 in||15.1 x 9.4 x 14.8 in|
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|Size||6.5 Quart||6.5-Quart||One Size||6.5 Quart||6 quart||6 Quart|
Cuisinart Slow Cooker has 6 quart Ceramic cooking vessel and brushed stainless steel housing embossed with Cuisinart logo
Top customer reviews
The retractable cord is a great idea, makes the cooker a little more counter friendly and storage that much simpler (not having to wrap the cord around the cooker or stick it in the pot for storage).
This and the rectangular shape does make storage a lot easier - somehow round pots just don't seem to be as packable & stackable as square ones.
The lid seems under done - given the heft of the rest of the unit, it's not perfectly fitted to the pot, so you lose more steam than I'd like.
The pot is heavy, I can see why some people have had cracking issues, you'll need to be careful with the 'hot meets cold' problem. Be patient, let the thing cool all the way before dumping it in the sink, don't add 'fridge cold' or frozen things to the pot when it's cooking.
That said, the weight of the pot means you will get a nice even temperature.
I did find that the cooker appeared to be faster than expected: I followed a couple of recipes from the book and they were obviously done before the time expected. I'll work around that by adding more water so as not to dry things out.
The steel 'box' itself is nice enough, there were a few spots on the unit that were hotter than others, which I did not expect (as in, warm Vs. ouch!) but then again, I don't suppose you're meant to be moving the thing around when it's in use...
Most disappointing is how the lid doesn't really fit the crock. It doesn't fully rest on the rim of the crock, so there are gaps down the long sides of the oval - it is not retaining all of the moisture it should.
The lousy fitting lid pretty well precludes pork roasts, being leaner meat they just dry out. It's very disappointing when a respected name ends up on a poor quality product.
Let me also say that I am a good cook. I feel that I know my way around any appliance. I was not happy that I was not going to be able to leave this cooker all day but I was ok to give it a try. It is not at all what I expected. I read the other reviews here and wish I would have taken heed of them. I had read good reviews elsewhere and saw two articles in magazines on this cooker being the best.
If you are going to spend 100 bucks on a slow cooker, stop, get one of the higher end rival ones with a timer and then get a nesco roaster. You can cook anything all summer without heating up your kitchen.