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Ivory 18-qt. Porcelain Cookwell Electric Roaster by Nesco
This is the Nesco® Roaster that everyone remembers. It's the one that Grandma had at home to cook the turkey at Thanksgiving. It’s also one of the most versatile cooking appliances available. It has a...; See complete description »
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This unit is ideal for large meals and entertaining in the home. Roast a whole turkey, up to 22 pounds, pot roast, pork roast, ham, or whole chickens. Bake cookies, cakes, pies, quiche, even whole meals! Cook soups, stews, lasagna, and hot dishes. Make enough chili for the whole gang! Steam/poach vegetables, seafood, and poultry. Slow cooks less tender cuts of meat, too.
- Unique CIRCLE OF HEAT® construction means foods are cooked from the side, not the bottom, for more moist cooking results.
- Automatic temperature control assures even, energy-efficient cooking, every time. The single chrome steel rack includes handles for safe, easy insertion and removal of hot foods.
- Optional 5-piece Stainless Steel Buffet Serving Kit turns this unit into a portable Buffet Table, great for serving 3 appetizers or meal items at once.
- The entire unit is easy to handle, easy to clean, and easy to store.
- Each 18-Quart Best Value Roaster Oven is packaged with an attractive, informative
- Holds up to a 22# turkey.
- 1425 Watt, 120 Volt.
Great for the price.
Easy to use, easy to clean, did a perfect cooking job. Gets a little hot on the outside, but not a problem as long as it's sitting in the right spot when you start cooking.38 of 49 users found this helpful. Was it helpful to you? Yes | No Report Violation »
I like the roaster, it performed well. Though I was expecting it to have more of a solid feel as did the old time electric roaster but I have no complaints about it.5 of 5 users found this helpful. Was it helpful to you? Yes | No Report Violation »
your company was on time and delivered product safely, thank you4 of 6 users found this helpful. Was it helpful to you? Yes | No Report Violation »
Exactly what I needed!
Now I can quit griping about not having a double-oven! With the meat simmering in the roaster, the side-dishes don't have to wait. Thank you, Pillsbury! This is exactly what I wanted for my birthday!4 of 4 users found this helpful. Was it helpful to you? Yes | No Report Violation »
Perfect way to soak and cook a Smithfield ham
We had a challenge for Thanksgiving -- how to cook for 24 guests with a New York City-size 24 inch wide stove? We decided to use the oven for a 22 lb turkey and buy an old-fashioned roaster oven, like my Aunt Leta would have used back in the 1950s, for a 14 lb Smithfield ham. We looked at all sorts of models on the Internet -- no-stick linings, stainless steel outsides, convection ovens, etc. -- and I decided against Bill's advice that expensive-means-better. I orded this Nesco model not just because it was affordable, but because it looked like it could do the job with no fuss or explosions. And it exceeded Bill's expectations -- he first used the cooker to soak the salf out of the ham for 24 hours, and then slowly cooked it for 3 hours after doing his magic with the spices. Bill, who studied at the Greenbriar Hotel in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia, said it was the best ham he ever made. And Bill knows his hams -- he's from Virginia, where Smithfield hams are born and smoked. Oh yes, every one of the 24 hungry friends who came over for T-day liked the ham too. Very little left-overs. We couldn't say that for the turkey, though.4 of 4 users found this helpful. Was it helpful to you? Yes | No Report Violation »