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Crock-Oven: New Cooking Concept
The original Crock-Pot slow cooker started a revolution in the kitchen. Now comes a new cooking conceptthe Crock-Oven from Rival Mfg., Kansas City, Mo.
With it, you can slow cook an entire meal for 8, 10 or 12 hours - without timing or tending. A lowwatt element (200? on "Lo" and 300? on "Hi") encircles thick stoneware at the sides, top and bottom. Foods cook slowly and evenly in a "blanket of heat" to bring out the best in flavor and nutrition. No stirring or timing.
Rival's new Crock-Oven has no thermostat, no intermittent heat and no hot spots, the manufacturer points out. It's big enough to slow cook a giant roast, whole ham, standing rib or 10 to 12 lb. ham or turkey. Or an entire meal. Just plug it in, forget about it and come back 8 to 12 hours later to a perfectly cooked meal. All in separate pans with each food retaining its own flavor, texture and shape. Crock-Oven fits right on the counter top and measures 12 in. high, 151/2 in. wide and 111/2 in. deep. For more details, contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Rival Mfg., 36th and Bennington, Kansas City, Mo. 64129 (ph 816 861-1000).

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