Steel - Specialty Appliances
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Mon Dec 30 00:00:00 MST 2013coffee7163 Rating:5.0
I have been using a manual opener but my hands can no longer do it. I bought this one and I am very pleased
Tue Feb 08 00:00:00 MST 2011billkirkpatrick Rating:5.0
I was lucky. Through a quirk combination of luck, I was able to get this grinder for $400 delivered. I was looking for the 3/4HP, but this time, this grinder came in at the same price delivered as the 3/4HP. Figured I couldn't go wrong. Unlike alot of stuff these days, when they say commercial, they really mean it. Any good 1.5HP industrial type motor is heavy and just "humms" when running, yes this is such a motor. The grinding head is heavy. The case gauge is heavy. Then auger is heavy. Even the meat pan is heavy gauge. All of it almost unnaturally heavy for an appliance this day in age. And, all stainless. Quite, solid, heavy, fast. Hardened steel gears in an oil bath transmission. Although it has a reverse, I'm not sure why you'd need it. It just doesn't stop. You'll leave it to your kids.
Tue Mar 25 00:00:00 MDT 2014jonst Rating:5.0
Sometimes the simplest design is simply the best. Don't go awywhere else for an electric can opener, this is the one!
Wed May 14 00:00:00 MDT 2014bakshi1 Rating:3.0
The first time used the bottom discolored have not been able to clean as well as my stainless steel cookware
Sat Dec 03 00:00:00 MST 2011noonz Rating:5.0
I love this can opener! Very sleek and elegant, nice enough to leave on the counter. Its heavy and opens cans like a dream! It's well worth the price!
Sat Nov 22 00:00:00 MST 2014Ice Rating:5.0
The pots do a great job of keeping the oil at the exact temperature we require. Cleanup is also easy.
Wed Jul 25 00:00:00 MDT 2012bailey92 Rating:4.0
It is a little smaller than I expected when I first pulled it out of the box, but then it fit perfect on my counter. I have only steamed veggies, but I really like it so far.
Fri Mar 30 00:00:00 MDT 2012lizaware Rating:5.0
I purchased this item a couple of years ago, and it is still going strong. Great way to stand around a fountain, (symbolically) and chat.
Tue Dec 23 00:00:00 MST 2014judith Rating:5.0
I bought this egg cooker because my old one (different brand, 15 years old) had a Teflon base and it had worn off in places. This one has a stainless steel base which is why I bought it. I love it! It cooks the eggs perfectly no matter whether I want hard-boiled or soft-boiled. I've used the poaching tray to make eggs for Eggs Benedict and it was great. The only problem I have with it is the big bulbous handle; I had to find a different place on my counter to keep it as it didn't fit in the small space my old one fit in because the handle sticks out too far.
Tue Jan 20 00:00:00 MST 2015Adam S. Rating:5.0
Great price and came as advertised.
Fri Feb 20 00:00:00 MST 2015nancy z. Rating:5.0
I had an old wok that finally died and I told myself the next one will be stainless steel easier to clean and you do not have to watch what utensils you use in it. I searched everywhere all the stores in my town wanted well over a $100 for the same one here. The first time I got it out of the box and plugged it in Great. It heats up right away and so easy to cook with one of these .Highly recommend it so worth the money
Wed Dec 03 00:00:00 MST 2014nancyw Rating:5.0
This is the second pressure cooker I have ever purchased in my life. The first one I had was a very expensive pressure cooker, but it broke in less than 3 years. I cannot live without one now. I'm obsessed with it. I cook in it at least a few times a week and I'm always shopping for ingredients with the thought of cooking in it in mind. The instruction manual came with plenty of recipes but so far the recipes I've enjoyed the most are ones that I found in slow cookers that I just adapt to be used in the pressure cooker. Every meal has turned out beautifully. Tender, moist, flavorful and quick!!! I'm told that the old fashioned stove-top ones can be really noisy and risky. This machine is super quiet until you release the pressure. I have a lot of fun cooking with this machine. This is by far the best pressure cooker I have ever used. I will update the review if needed, but so far I am extremely happy with it.
Thu Nov 17 00:00:00 MST 2011bcovi528 Rating:5.0
The right price for the money my daughter says it works and she loves it.
Tue Nov 12 00:00:00 MST 2013trishs54 Rating:4.0
Sleek style. Works well. Runs a little slow. Not a bad value
Sat Mar 02 00:00:00 MST 2013kstorm Rating:4.0
works as expected, heat's nicely. Haven't used it for an oil based fondue (meats), but used for cheese and chocolate. Only drawback was that the cheese stuck to the bottom...but not surprising. It isn't a non-stick surface. I love the look, and capacity is larger than others.
Wed Feb 13 00:00:00 MST 2013snookyookums Rating:4.0
This was a Christmas gift to replace a can opener they had returned. They like this one much better.
Sun Jan 26 00:00:00 MST 2014scdang Rating:5.0
Excellent grinder.. Very heavy duty, makes quick work of chicken bones.. I purchased this for raw feeding 2 dogs and a cat. We made the switch from traditional raw to ground raw after 3 instances of cracked molars due to natural method of raw feeding--whole, quartered sections. Let me tell you, it's been great. We've cut the total time we spend preparing food for our pets to less than half. We used to spend 15 minutes every two weeks to clean and process (skin and chop) two whole fresh chickens from Costco, and about 5 minutes each day preparing their meals. Now it takes 30 minutes to process 4 chickens for the entire month, and about 2 minutes each day to prepare their meals. Let me clarify the processing time so get a better idea of how well the machine performs. When I say 30 minutes, that includes washing, cleaning, skinning, chopping, grinding, portioning, and cleanup. The actually grinding time is tiny--it takes about 1 minute to grind an entire chicken. Maybe less. I didn't actually time it but it was FAST. It grinds as quickly as I can feed parts into the chute, without any sign of slowing down. The only thing I have to worry about is rotating the bowl on the other end so the grounds don't pile up and make a mess. We could have grind twice as much chicken to save more time overall but honestly the grind time is only a tiny fraction of the total time and we don't have the space in our freezer.. Also, we portion the meals into zip lock sandwich bags instead vacuum sealing them so freshness would be an issue if they were in the fridge for much longer. Fresher food is always healthier food. While cleaning up is of any grinder is always a chore, the size of this grinder actually makes it easier. The chute is 3" wide so I can clean it much easier. Likewise with the grinding assembly. So there are no small crevices that meat can hide in. Before washing, I turn on the kettle to boil a liter of water.. It takes me about 5 minutes to wash all the parts. Everything is very easy to wash except for the tray. It's huge and doesn't fit well in our sink and the safety guard is mounted semi-permanently onto the tray rinsing behind it is a bit harder too. But once that's all done, the water has boiled and we pour the boiling water over all the parts for extra safety. In total it takes 10 minutes to clean up--that includes disassemble, clean, wash, sanitize parts and sink, towel dry and reassemble the grinder and put it away. Speaking of putting it away-- we have the grinder on a rolling kitchen cart. Actually it's not a kitchen cart but a much cart that fits in a small nook in our kitchen. Because it fits the grinder perfectly without any additional wasted space. Without the grinder sitting on a rolling cart, you'll have to dedicate space for it on a counter or shelf.. It's around 80 lbs so it's probably not something you'll be "taking out" or "putting away" unless you have it on a cart. Summary Pros: -Powerful motor, excellent performance -Feed chute large for quartered chicken parts. -very high quality parts, extremely solid build, nice finish -size of parts makes it easy to clean thoroughly Cons: -large size and weight will require dedicated space, unless mounted on a rolling cart -tray is very large and hard to wash in small sinks. Precise Dimensions: Feed opening on tray: 2.9" Feed opening on guard: 2.5" Width of base unit: 7.5" Height of motor unit (excl. non-removable handle): 29.5cm Height of motor unit (incl. handle): 34cm Length of motor unit (excl. grinding assembly and rear knob): 15.5" Length of assembled unit (excl. rear knob): 23.5" Length of tray: 14.5" Width of tray (excl. guard): 10" Width of tray (incl. guard): 10.75" Depth of tray (excl. chute and guard): 3.25"
Tue Sep 16 00:00:00 MDT 2014carolinalady99 Rating:5.0
This was perfect for milling my tomatos in. Gets all the seeds and skins and leaves the tomatoes. Great for canning. I do wish the prongs on the side were a little longer/wider but overall the mill works great. Worth the money.
Fri Jan 18 00:00:00 MST 2013delia1958 Rating:5.0
The product was easy to use and easy to clean. I like to make pureed soups and prefer using the food mill to using a blender, so the product exactly meets by needs.
Wed Mar 25 00:00:00 MDT 2015John L G. Rating:5.0
Cheap Price Great Quality and Free Shipping to Boot
Tue Aug 05 00:00:00 MDT 2014qualitat Rating:3.0
We always wanted a Chocolate fountain; seemed like a fun trinket appliance to have. I used it for a party of 14. It worked well but the motor is loud. I had it as part of my buffet table which was in the center of the party and the motor was disruptive to the event. If it would be in the corner away from the activity it might be acceptable. To get the chocolate liquid enough I had to add alot of whip cream and coconut oil but then when people used it with strawberries it dripped everywhere on the counter and carpet. Plus the chocolate wasn't that warm. I am not returning it - too much effort and technically it is as advertised. But I wouldn't recommend it as an appliance to own. Get a basic fondue pot much easier, less babysitting, and much cleaner.
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