For the cook who is busy all day but wants a home-cooked dinner at night, a slow cooker is the answer. And with the Set and Forget Programmable Slow Cooker, technology takes a big leap forward from the outdated slow cookers found in yesterday's kitchens.
In addition to offering modern convenience, the Set and Forget Programmable Slow Cooker has three choices for easy, automatic cooking: program, probe and manual mode. On busy days, program the cooking time and Set and Forget Slow Cooker automatically shifts to keep warm when the cooking time is up. Cooking a large cut of meat like pot roast, chicken, or pork tenderloin? Insert the probe, set the desired meat temperature and the Set and Forget Slow Cooker automatically shifts to keep warm when the temperature is reached. For traditional slow cooking, manually select the high, low or warm temperature without setting a cooking time.
For "one-pot" simplicity, nothing beats slow cooking. But when it comes to bringing hot meals to parties and potlucks, spills can be a concern. With the travel-friendly Set and Forget Slow Cooker, messes aren't an issue. When you need to take your home-cooked meal on the road, the Set and Forget Slow Cooker's clip-locked, secure lid has a tight seal to help ensure that your shirt and your car arrive without a messy spill. In or out of the house, the Set and Forget Programmable Slow Cooker not only makes slow cooking easy, it has travel neatly wrapped up.
- Probe - Set to the desired meat temperature. Automatically shifts to warm mode when temperature is reached
- Program - Set the cooking time. Automatically shifts to warm mode when time is up
- Manual - Select warm, low or high without setting a time
- Clip-tight sealed lid for spill resistance
- Perfect size for 6 lb. chicken or 4 lb. roast
- Detachable lid and removable stoneware for easy cleanup in the dishwasher
- Folding handles snap up for carrying and fold down for storage
- Hinged lid stays up for serving then easily detaches for dishwasher cleanup
- Thermometer probe displays the actual temperature of meat as it cooks