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    Thank you. I'll go and see if I can look at the bellini and cuisinart ones - they didn't come up at the other stores.

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    Bellini don't seem to make a rectangle one anymore.

    Hang on...
    Banquet Searing Slow Cooker
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    This might be it - I'll go see if I can find it.

    It doesn't come up online with Target anymore - might have to check in store.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Ted View Post
    Bellini don't seem to make a rectangle one anymore.
    Oh no. It's the best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoveLivesHere View Post
    Oh no. It's the best.
    I'm hoping that they haven't stopped making decent slow cookers due to the thermies coming out.

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    I have a slow cooker and love it. Meat just falls off the bone. Beautiful! Though I don't use it to it's full potential by the sound of some people (I'm not much if a cooker) we have done a roast in it to feed 15 people and it was so good.

    I have never had a problem with anything sticking but like I said I haven't used it to it's full potential... (I will be trying a lasagna in it)

    Mine is Russell Hobbs I think (that could be wrong) and has a ceramic bowl. I got it with fly buys. Woohoo

    I have recently got a Breville pressure cooker (the fast slow cooker it's called) and I haven't touch the slow cooker since. I was so scared of the pressure cooker but it's not as hard as I imagined and cooks the meat just like the slow cooker in 30 minutes to 2 hours where as the slow cooker took 6 hours.

    My pop makes porridge in the slow cooker for all his church friends. Puts it on just before he goes to bed and it's ready to go when he gets up in the morning to head off to church with.

    I say do it. I don't think you'd regret it if you like your meat tender and melt in your mouth.

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    I have my grandmothers original crock pot and though it's a ceramic insert one, I still love it. My favorite appliance. It's great with DS under my feet too as its set and forget. No hovering over a stove or oven stirring and checking.

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    Default Tell me about your slow cooker

    I have two of these
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    One round and one oval (for chicken and roast). It's beautiful, easy to use on the stove then transfer in the oven.

    What I love about it is that it can be put as is on the dining table as it looks really nice ☺️
    We also usually cook a big batch in them before leaving for a week end away and take the casserole as is in the boot of the car 😁

    Super easy to clean. No elbow grease needed. Nothing sticks to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ExcuseMyFrench View Post
    I have two of these
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    One round and one oval (for chicken and roast). It's beautiful, easy to use on the stove then transfer in the oven.

    What I love about it is that it can be put as is on the dining table as it looks really nice ☺️
    We also usually cook a big batch in them before leaving for a week end away and take the casserole as is in the boot of the car 😁

    Super easy to clean. No elbow grease needed. Nothing sticks to it.
    Isn't this just a casserole dish

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    Quote Originally Posted by HeavenBlue View Post
    Isn't this just a casserole dish
    Yeah that is an enamel coated cast iron (?) casserole dish. Good for slow roasting or ' slow cooking ' in the oven but it isn't a 'slow cooker'.


 

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