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Cuisinart CSK-250WS GreenGourmet 14-Inch Nonstick Electric Skillet
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- Stainless-steel 1800-watt electric skillet with 14-by-14-inch cooking surface
- Petroleum-free, ceramic-based, nonstick interior; contains no PTFE or PFOA
- Tempered glass lid; die-cast stainless-steel handles; embossed Cuisinart logo
- Adjustable heat; dishwasher-safe with probe removed; instruction/recipe booklet included
- Product Built to North American Electrical Standards
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Cuisinart presents a skillet that's good for you and a little easier on the environment! The interior of our GreenGourmet Electric Skillet is premium Cuisinart Ceramica nonstick, a petroleum-free ceramic-based cooking surface that contains no PTFE or PFOA. This smart nonstick lets you sear, fry, griddle, simmer or braise with little or no oil or butter and cleans up in record time.
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UPDATE: About 2 weeks later and 15+ more emails back and forth, Cuisinart agreed to send a new temperature probe at no cost to me to "honor" their warranty. I received it and used it today. Surprisingly, the skillet worked perfectly. No clicks or loud pops, no overheating. So with only one use to judge it by, it seems to have fixed my problem. I guess I had just bad luck with TWO defective temperature probes....
UPDATE: Feb 2017. About 2 years ago we had a major kitchen renovation and I used this skillet everyday for about 3 months. It worked just fine and now still am using this skillet about once a week or so. So far so good, although one of the rubber feet has come off (in a move) and I cannot find a replacement. The temp probe does continue to get very hot, to where you cannot touch it to unplug it after using it. But it is holding temperature okay. Although it really isn't great for non-stick - one still needs to use oil - I really like the large capacity. I cannot say whether or not it would be worth purchasing again considering it's potential problems, but I have certainly got my use out of it.
**I have now tested my fabulous electric skillet. Had been convinced that it was way too big, but I stand corrected. Sorry to say, but goodbye Mr. Slow Cooker! I generally make great pots of chili and spaghetti sauce, doubling the recipe and then freezing meal-sized portions. This skillet is PERFECT for that! It heated up very quickly, browned the meat faster than my Staub dutch oven, and is now merrily simmering away. Because of the reviews that mentioned the spattering, I put down newspaper, but nary a spatter. (didn't have the lid on but wanted to be prepared. ) It IS VERY LARGE. The lid barely fit into my dish drainer (and it's much lighter with the lid off) and the actual skillet takes up most of the counter space next to my range. Oh well, I think it's going to be a great boon to my future cooking.... Why did I not know about this sooner?
I haven't experienced the problem with the lid that many others have reported.
The only issue is the vent hole in the lid is to small. This allows the moisture in the pan while cooking to bubble out around the edge of the lid causing a big wet mess around the skillet. My wife cocks the lid a little to relieve the extra moisture. This is why I gave it a 4 star rating instead of a 5 star rating.