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    Batty Boop
    Thu Jan 20, 2005 7:06 pm
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    Inez, I am going to have to get brave and give mine a try. Other than dips or cheese sauce I can't think of what you would use the little one for. Great CT deal eh!!! Thanks for the tips. bb
    mermaidmagic
    Thu Jan 20, 2005 9:29 pm
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    I have a Cuisinart 6 1/2 quart slow cooker. I also had a Hamilton Beach one that was about the same size, but recently gave it to a friend. I use my crock pot 1 - 2 times a week and just love the convenience of it. My only problem has been that I can't find enough meals that are healthy enough icon_wink.gif
    chef 138622
    Thu Jan 20, 2005 10:51 pm
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    Julesong wrote:
    I just gotta say... it's nice to see others who have multiple crockpots as I do! icon_smile.gif


    I have more than one to .... I have an ollllld Rival 3.5 Qt in addition to my 7QT and Im looking for a good 4-5 qt.

    Main dish , side dish , dessert or veggie. ya can never have too many.
    Sarah!
    Thu Jan 20, 2005 11:06 pm
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    I've got a Breville Meal Maker - 5Litre (sorry don't know what that is in quarts icon_confused.gif ) And really don't know what I'd do without it.
    I currently only have 1, but a smaller one for dips and things sounds like a plan.
    Mirj
    Fri Jan 21, 2005 3:56 am
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    Julesong wrote:
    I just gotta say... it's nice to see others who have multiple crockpots as I do! icon_smile.gif


    When I get married in June, between the two of us we will have 5!
    Julesong
    Fri Jan 21, 2005 2:20 pm
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    Mirj wrote:
    Julesong wrote:
    I just gotta say... it's nice to see others who have multiple crockpots as I do! icon_smile.gif


    When I get married in June, between the two of us we will have 5!


    Whee!!! Think of the fun you can have at parties, with that many. icon_smile.gif My friends always run an extension cord with a power strip to the table for our potlucks, these days, because they know I'll pretty much always be bringing at least one crockpot...
    keen5
    Fri Jan 21, 2005 2:42 pm
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    I have a 5 quart Rival Smart Pot. I love everything about it. It has a timer that flips to the warm mode, when the time is up. The only thing is, I wish I could just put it in the warm mode manually if I unplug it to take it to a party and want things to just stay warm. You can't though, you have to just put it on the warm setting.
    TheDancingCook
    Fri Jan 21, 2005 11:10 pm
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    Mine is a West Bend The Crockery crockpot. It's 5 or 6 qt. and oval. Love it! Got it as a bridal shower gift in 2000.
    mermaidmagic
    Sat Jan 22, 2005 8:51 am
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    [quote="MirjWhen I get married in June, between the two of us we will have 5![/quote]

    Now that's what I call a marriage made in heaven icon_smile.gif

    Congratulations and best of luck to you!
    Jewelies
    Sat Jan 22, 2005 7:11 pm
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    Spinner wrote:
    I've got a Breville Meal Maker - 5Litre (sorry don't know what that is in quarts icon_confused.gif ) And really don't know what I'd do without it.
    I currently only have 1, but a smaller one for dips and things sounds like a plan.


    We've got a Breville Meal Maker as well Spinner! I've also got my mum's old smaller crockpot which I think is heaps better - cooks so much slower but I still like my Breville too. Spinner, try the second hand places, there was a market we went to in Geelong (like a carboot market), it was on the main road just before the bridge heading north. In the shed alongside the market (also part of the market) there was a man who had a few second hand ones, he was right down the back and they seemed quite cheap. Just make sure you get one that you can take the crock out of to clean.
    Peggy Lynn
    Sun Jan 23, 2005 10:06 am
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    A West Bend Crockery~round~6 quart~gets VERY hot~
    Kristen in Chicago
    Sun Jan 23, 2005 10:32 am
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    I've got a 5 quart Rival that we got for my mom about 8 years ago. I don't use it that often because I leave the house really early and everyone else gets back late. I haven't found that many recipes that take 12 or so hours to cook. I mainly use the crock pot when I'm off of work.

    I'm going to give the lamp timer idea a try though. I hope it works for me! I'd love to use the crock pot more often. Is anyone else worried about leaving it on when you are not at home? Thats my main concern.

    Kristen

    PS. I'd love a 6 or 7 quart crock pot!
    Sarah!
    Mon Jan 24, 2005 2:07 am
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    Jewelies wrote:
    Spinner wrote:
    I've got a Breville Meal Maker - 5Litre (sorry don't know what that is in quarts icon_confused.gif ) And really don't know what I'd do without it.
    I currently only have 1, but a smaller one for dips and things sounds like a plan.


    We've got a Breville Meal Maker as well Spinner! I've also got my mum's old smaller crockpot which I think is heaps better - cooks so much slower but I still like my Breville too. Spinner, try the second hand places, there was a market we went to in Geelong (like a carboot market), it was on the main road just before the bridge heading north. In the shed alongside the market (also part of the market) there was a man who had a few second hand ones, he was right down the back and they seemed quite cheap. Just make sure you get one that you can take the crock out of to clean.


    Ta Jewelies - will definitely head out there and have myself a little look. icon_biggrin.gif
    * Pamela *
    Mon Jan 24, 2005 10:24 am
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    I have three!


    The first one I got as a Christmas Present the first year I lived on my own. I'm not too crazy about that one because it only heats from the bottom. I use it mainly for very thin soups and potatoes.

    The second one I got in September last year when we had custody of my neice and nephew AND a Chinese exchange student, a total of 8 people!! I love this one and it works great!

    The white one I got for this last Christmas because I thought it would be great to have one to make desserts in. It is also good for when I have something small and I don't want to use my huge one.
    chef 138622
    Mon Jan 24, 2005 2:58 pm
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    keen5 wrote:
    I have a 5 quart Rival Smart Pot. I love everything about it. It has a timer that flips to the warm mode, when the time is up. The only thing is, I wish I could just put it in the warm mode manually if I unplug it to take it to a party and want things to just stay warm. You can't though, you have to just put it on the warm setting.


    if thats an important feature to you , I just checked mine ( which is the Kenmore 7Qt Digital ) and you can set it to keep warm and it shifts to keep warm on its own when the cooking time is done , it also shuts its self off.
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