What Is A Rival Crock Pot?
A Crock Pot is basically a slow cooker which is usually made from a ceramic material which has been glazed, that again has been surrounded by a metal housing, and in turn contains an element which is thermostatically controlled to slowly cook the contents of the pot. It is basically an all purpose cooker and is great at cooking very slowly, which can be used on top of your counter cooking away, sometimes for hours on end. One of the best-known Crock Pots is the Rival Crock Pot.
First, let’s go into a little bit of the history of the Rival Crock Pot. This form of slow cooker was developed by Naxon utilities Corporation in Chicago. This company was taken over by the rival company in 1970 and changed the name of the original, which was the Naxon Beanery all purpose cooker, and the crock pot name was born in 1971. Although similar types of cooker have been introduced by many different companies, the Crock Pot is still one of the most dominating products of its type on the market today. The company is now owned by Sunbeam products.
So, what makes the Rival Crock Pot so unique? Well, if you have never used a Crock Pot then you are missing out on something special. The Rival Crock Pot is so easy to use. You simply place your ingredients into the ceramic interior, set the timer, walk away and leave it on your countertop to cook away very slowly over a few hours. Any meat that you are going to cook inside your Rival Crock Pot will, once it is cooked, have tenderness and will be the most succulent meat you have ever tasted.
Where should you buy your Rival Crock Pot? The first thing that you should do is figure out exactly which type of Rival Crock Pot is going to suit your needs. You have to figure out how many people you are going to be feeding with the Crock Pot. Here, you should take into account not only the size of your family but also how often you are going to be using it when you are entertaining guests.
The Crock Pot comes in are few different sizes and depending on your budget you can get one that is fully programmable or one that is used manually. Obviously the fully programmable Crock Pot is going to be more expensive, but you have the advantage that you can set the timer to switch itself off after a number of hours. If you have been delayed on your return home, the fully programmable Rival Crock Pot will start cooking, but will keep your food warm until you are ready to eat.
Finally, make sure that once you have selected the correct style of Crock Pot for your needs that you shop around for the best deal available. Obviously, try your local high street stores but you should search online for any bargain that you may come across. The web is a great place to find the best Rival Crock Pots and Rival Crock Pot parts should you need any in the future.