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    Slow Cooker/Crock Pot

    Tue Mar 04, 2014 5:22 am
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    Has anyone a recommendation on a particular brand they think is good. My original cooker (which DH gave me over 35 years ago) was so good I could leave a meal in it all day and come home to a delicious dinner which was not dried out but since that one went to crock pot heaven I have gone through several and they all cook way to fast for instance tonight I did Crock Pot Barbecued Ribs and in 3 hours on low it was cooked. Just no way you can go out for a full day and come back to moist meat dish (for soup yes it is o'kay). And oh my present one is a Kambrook which I have had for several years, also had a Richard Morphus (may have spelling wrong there) which was digital but found it pretty useless.

    Thu Mar 06, 2014 6:20 pm Groupie
    The "trouble" with the newer slow cookers - with their newer technology and materials - is that they cook faster and hotter than the cookers of the past ..

    I have one that I purchased in the 1990s that cooks in about about 60% of the stated time [5 hours instead of 8 hours]. The one that I purchased in the 2000s cooks in about 50% of the stated time [4 hours instead of 8 hours]. Both cook very well, but I would not leave either alone to cook during the workday .. Sunbeam and a Breville ...
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