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Hamilton Beach 5-Quart Portable Slow Cooker, Silver
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- Reduce messy spills with Lid Latch strap and gasket lid.
- Dishwasher-safe stoneware and glass lid.
- Capacity: 5.
- Keep warm setting.
- Perfect size for a 4.5-lb chicken or two 2-lb. roasts.
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|Dimensions||7.5 inches x 7.9 inches x 10.7 inches||13.8 inches x 9.1 inches x 13.6 inches||14.4 inches x 9.6 inches x 14.8 inches||8.8 inches x 10.6 inches x 15.5 inches|
|Material||Glass Blender||Stoneware||Stainless Steel||Stoneware|
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I am a foodie and write about cooking. I am currently doing recipe testing for a friend who is a cookbook author writing a cookbook on slow cooking vegan recipes.. I do a lot of cooking every day and was so pleased that a slow cooker I got for $20 works so well. It is big and looks attractive. The lid seals nicely and it heats up quickly and well. The foods I have made in it- a wide variety of things- have been cooked to perfection.
Just a word to the wise. I needed mine quickly so paid the additional $6 on here as opposed to what it was at Wal Mart (ours didn't carry it in store and would take over a week to get it) so when it arrived and was shipped by Wal Mart, I was a bit confused with myself.
After using this for the first time, I realized more than half of my work is spent on washing, peeling, and cutting food and not the actual cooking process. So, buying a slow-cooker didn't cut my time spent in the kitchen.
Since I still have to prepare everything, I don't use the slow-cooker very often. Maybe three or four times a month. I have used this for over a year now, and one thing that I would like it to have is a timer to control when to turn off/keep warm. Sometimes, I want to go out the whole day and have some fun, without having to rush back home and turn it off.
The outer metal case is light, and the inner stoneware pot is very heavy. So be careful handling it. This slow-cooker is easy to use since it only has four settings - Off, Warm, Slow, and High.
5-quart holds a good amount of chili & beans to feed 6 hungry adults.
Overall, good value for the money.
It seems as though the temperature settings have changed, I have been cooking on low for nearly HALF the time that it used to require. I'm not even going to try the high setting anymore since Low is very hot.
Cooks my meals fine according to recipes and cook times/directions. The exact quality I would expect for the price I paid at a local store (which was half the price of this listing.) it seems as though the back of the crock pot gets a little bit hotter than the rest but it doesn't burn the food unevenly in that area. I like the keep warm setting, my old crock just had low and high. The lid sits nicely and has a rubber gasket around it to keep moisture in so the food cooks well, there's a small steam vent in the lid which I like, so steam isn't bubbling over during the cooking. The "giant rubber band" which is supposed to make your crock pot portable is kind of a joke! It snapped back at me on several occasions, I would say it isn't functionable for transporting but I don't take it anywhere so if you plan to do so, spend a little more money for the clamp top model. Overall I recommend for stationary home use, not good traveling with cooked food in the car!!
The 5-quart model still works great. In early 2014, I purchased a Hamilton Beach 33182A Slow Cooker, 8-Quart on-sale as a back-up to my 5-quart model. The 8-quart model also works great, and it is easier to use, since it has more space (rarely do I fill it to the top). So, if you are trying to decide on size, I recommend the 8-quart model instead.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Wish it had a timer; otherwise works well. We have had ours for a year and no issues so far.Published 2 months ago by H.B.
This is my mother's very little used slow cooker that i pulled out yesterday. Used it last night to finish a pork roast from the grill. Read morePublished 5 months ago by lizardflix
This thing is great. I have a similar model I bought from the super store that starts with W for half the price though. Read morePublished on December 28, 2013 by Sarah
My crock pot died a violent death last night, so I came online right away to shop for another and thought I'd leave some feed back. Read morePublished on December 17, 2013 by Lover of Books
I've owned several slow cookers over the years and never even considered that a slow cooker would NOT have a timer. So, I now have to decide... Read morePublished on November 30, 2013 by gail
Less sturdy than it says in the description...it was marked down so I thought I was getting a deal but in actuality it was probably the sold for LESS than what I paid on amazon.Published on November 4, 2013 by ashley johansen