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Oct 19, 2010

New Programmable Slow Cooker From Hamilton Beach

Hamilton Beach has introduced the new 4.5 Qt. Programmable Slow Cooker (Model 33247) with Good Thinking® Features. It will be available in December, 2010 for $29.99 MSRP.

Hamilton Beach 33247

Hamilton Beach 33247

Good Thinking® Features

  • Cooks While You Are Away – Whether you're braising short ribs or cooking chili, this foolproof slow cooker will accomplish the task, even while you’re away. Arrive home to the smell of a delicious, made-from- scratch meal. Push-button controls and an easy-to-read display eliminate guesswork.
  • Cooking Versatility – Mix and match any temperature setting for up to 10 cooking combinations. Select 1 of 2 temperature settings and pair with 5 different cooking times to prepare any recipe from simple to complex. This slow cooker will then automatically switch to the keep warm setting once cooking time is up.
  • Convenient – The 4 ½ quart oval shape stoneware fits larger cuts of meat. It’s the ideal size for a family of four holding up to a 4 lb. chicken or roast.
  • Easy Cleanup – Removable, dishwasher safe glass lid and stoneware crock provide for a quick cleanup. With a smudgeproof surface and easy-clean touch pad, a damp cloth is all you need.

Cooks While You Are Away – Whether you're braising short ribs or cooking chili, this foolproof slow cooker will accomplish the task, even while you’re away.

Slow Cooker Tips

  1. Do not leave cooked food in the stoneware crock for storage in the refrigerator. It can take up to 24 hours to cool this quantity of food to a safe temperature. Instead, divide it into small, shallow (no more than 3” deep) containers. Allow to cool to 65 degrees Fahrenheit before placing in the refrigerator.
  2. Foods that do not freeze well include: yogurt, sour cream, milk, large pieces of potato, sauces thickened with flour or constarch, and most natural cheeses including cheddar, mozzarella, colby and swiss.
  3. A white haze will sometimes remain on the interior of stoneware, even after thoroughly cleaning it. This is just residue left from cooking and is more visible on black stoneware. To remove, make a paste of dish liquid and baking soda. Use this to scrub clean, then rinse well.

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