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  • Slow cooker

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    A new slow cooker. This one has a removable ceramic "crock" (upper left), glass lid (lower left), and heater–housing (right) with push button controls, instead of the original single knob. A slow cooker, also known as a crock-pot (after a trademark owned by Sunbeam Products but sometimes used generically in Australia, South Africa, Canada, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and the United States), is a countertop electrical cooking appliance used to simmer at a lower temperature than other cooking methods, such as baking, boiling, and frying. This facilitates unattended cooking for many hours of dishes that would otherwise be boiled: pot roast, soups, stews and other dishes (including beverages, desserts and dips). A wide variety of dishes can be prepared in slow cookers, including ones typically made quickly, such as cocoa and bread.

  • The Rival Company

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    The Rival Company is an American manufacturer of small appliances that produced products under the Bionaire, Crock-Pot, Fasco, Patton, Pollenex, Rival, Simer, and White Mountain brands. They became a wholly owned subsidiary of Holmes Products Corp. in 1999, and are now a brand of Sunbeam Products, a subsidiary of Jarden Corporation, which purchased Holmes in 2005. It is now part of the Newell Brands company.

  • Low-temperature cooking

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    Low-temperature cooking is a cooking technique using temperatures in the range of about for a prolonged time to cook food. Low-temperature cooking methods include sous vide cooking, slow cooking using a slow cooker, cooking in a normal oven which has a minimal setting of about , and using a combi steamer providing exact temperature control. The traditional cooking pit also cooks food at low temperature. Cooking food by a low-temperature method does not necessarily imply that the internal temperature of the food is lower than by traditional cooking.

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