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Who manufactures technique 6qt slow cooker roaster crock pot?
I don't know who manufactures the Technique.....but I have one and really like it. There was no manual with it and I would like to have one. I called a place that was on the shipping label, and was told to go to QVC...which I haven't done yet. I tried googling and couldn't fine anything about a manual.
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They're no longer available from Rival. I've just listed one on Etsy, where I specialize in vintage small appliances and replacement parts. Here's the link: http://www.etsy.co…m/shop/lauraslastditch If it has already sold, you can try eBay. Sometimes they are available there as well.
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The main difference between a roaster and a crock pot is that the roaster has the capability of cooking foods at higher temperatures for shorter periods of time. You have the …ability to set your own temperature, much as you would with a conventional oven. A crock-pot is designed for slow, low temperature cooking, over longer periods of time. Usually 4-8 hours. It's almost impossible to burn food in a slow cooker, ...as long as proper consideration is given (fluid levels, amount of food being cooked, time considerations, ...etc).
Crock-Pot is a trademarked name. Slow cooker is the generic name for Crock-Pots.
Most of the manufacturers include a statement on the packaging that they are safe for conventional and microwave ovens, as well as the refrigerator and dishwasher. Howev…er, the safest thing to do is to check with the manufacturer of your particular model.
yes, i have one.
If it has a removable ceramic pot, yes. I do it all the time. But if its not removable, no. It has metal in it.
No. The crock is designed for long term low temperature cooking. At best it could break, at worst, explode.
I bought one new in the early 1980's. I was in college and believe I paid between ten and fifteen dollars. I would not have been to pay more than that.
a crock pot and slow cooker are very similar. They both cook slowly but a crock pot usually has a removable insert which makes it great for serving at the table and cleanu…p. A slow cooker does not have a removable insert so you have to put the whole appliance on the table to serve.
Crock pot cookers are actually relatively inexpensive on the whole. Smaller ones can be had for as little as $30. The larger, family sized pots ranges from about $45 to about …75 in total.
Some of the highest rated and most well-known brands of slow cookers are Hamilton Beach, West Bend, Cuisinart, Proctor Silex, as well as the original Crock Pot brand.
Affordably priced slow cookers and crock pots can be purchased at a number of retail locations and online sites. Wal-Mart, Target, and Amazon, for example, each sell these ite…ms at reasonable rates.
You can learn how to repair a crock pots slow cookers online from the eHow website. Once on the page, type "How to repair slow cookers" into the search field at the top of the… page and press enter to bring up the instructions.
In purchasing a Crock Pot, one has many options. Crock Pots may be purchased online from WalMart, Amazon, Crock Pot, and Target. They can also be bought from a local cookware …store.
Crock Pot or Slow Cooker recipes are generally the same for each version of the product, be it Rival or anyone else. The only variation is in the size of the Crock Pot as the …ingredients will need to be modified accordingly. Most Crock Pots come with a small leaflet of recipes, however if you do not have this then try your local library or the website crock-pot.
Actual Crock-Pot Slow Cookers can be purchased at Best Buy, Target, Macy's, Home Depot, Sears, Bed Bath and Beyond, and even Walmart. They can also be purchased online from Am…azon.