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Rival 6.5 Quart Crock Pot Review

Rival 6.5-qt. Crock-Pot with Bonus Little Dipper, Chrome

There are so many venison crock pot recipes that I can’t imagine trying to cook without my Crock-Pot! I make venison stew , deer roast, venison chili, and BBQ venison all in the trusty crock pot. I have the Rival 6.5-qt. slow cooker and I find it is the perfect size for most of the crock pot recipes for venison—it can hold a whole roast with vegetables or make a large batch of stew. And the bonus 16-ounce stoneware server comes in handy when I make Venison Con Queso!

This crock pot has two heat settings and a keep-warm setting, an auto-protect safety system, and a rinse-clean, stick resistant coating in the removable stoneware pot that makes it very easy to clean (which is important to me). The glass lid lets you view contents as it cooks, so you retain moisture without the need to lift the lid. The slow cooker’s attractive chrome exterior has side handles. Included with your Crock-Pot, a Bonus Little Dipper. Perfect for entertaining, the 16-ounce stoneware server keeps dips and sauces at perfect serving temperature for hours. Recipes included.is very easy to clean and it doesn’t take up too much counter space. I can easily store it away in the pantry and pull it out when needed.

It features two heat settings and a keep-warm setting, an auto-protect safety system, and a rinse-clean, stick resistant coating in the removable stoneware pot. The glass lid lets you view contents as it cooks, so you retain moisture without the need to lift the lid. Attractive chrome exterior with side handles.

8-inch Chef Knife Review

Montana Knife Works 8Any chef will tell you that the most important cooking tool is a good knife. Fortunately good knife doesn’t mean expensive knife. The Montana Knife Works 8 inch chef knife is the perfect cooking tool! I prefer an 8-inch knife to a 10 inch because it fits my small hands better and gives me more control. Sure, I use other knives in my cooking, but most of the time I reach for the chef’s knife. I love it.
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KitchenAid Stand Mixer Review

KitchenAid 5-qt. Artisan Stand Mixer, Empire Red
I didn’t think I wanted a KitchenAid stand mixer until I got one as a wedding present. I didn’t realize how versatile and useful it could be until I started writing my venison cookbook. I use that thing all the time! We use it for grinding meat and stuffing sausage, making pasta, kneading bread, and mixing all sorts of things.
The best part is I know it’s going to last for 50 years, and if it doesn’t, KitchenAid will send me a new one. I know this because we did manage to blow out the motor making sausage one day. Although it was totally our fault (we hadn’t bothered to see what speed KitchenAid recommended and how often we should let the machine rest), they sent us a new machine. No questions asked. That’s customer service.
It may seem like a lot of money for a kitchen appliance, but given it will last forever and you will use it all the time, it is worth every penny.
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