Slow Cookers Simplify Food Prep and Service
Whenever your business needs to feed a crowd, let these slow cookers do the work for you. Use a variety of heat settings to slowly simmer your food, resulting in flavorful, mouthwatering dishes that are the highlight of any gathering. Available from trusted brands like Proctor Silex, Better Chef and Brentwood, these slow cookers are vital additions to office break rooms, school cafeterias and ballpark concession stands.
Plan Easy Potlucks
Hosting a monthly birthday party or celebrating the completion of a large assignment is an excellent way to boost morale and build employee relationships. Keep your party planning simple by preparing food in these slow cookers, which also keep the food warm while team members serve themselves buffet-style. A range of slow cooker sizes provides an option for cooking a variety of foods, including meat, dips and soups, so you can impress your colleagues with any of your best-loved recipes.
Use the Correct Size Slow Cooker for Safe, Delicious Food
We know you want to make sure all the food that comes from your kitchen is prepared as safely as possible, so we offer a variety of slow cooker sizes to complement different types of food and portion sizes. You should fill a slow cooker between one-half and three-fourths full to make sure that food cooks on time without overcooking, and having a variety of slow cooker sizes in your kitchen ensures that you have the capacity for any type of dish. Keeping multiple slow cookers on hand also allows several team members to share the workload by preparing recipes of their own. Cool-touch handles and tempered glass lids let employees safely move filled cookers when they set up the buffet line, and LED power indicators let you know if the cord has accidentally become unplugged.
Adjust Heat Settings and Cooking Time to Meet Your Schedule
While slow cookers are designed to prepare food over a period of several hours, these devices still give you some leeway on how long you must cook your dish. Select the low setting if you have a large roast and plenty of time to cook it, or opt for the high setting if you need to serve a smaller dish in just a few hours. Several brands offer an auto setting, which starts the dish on high and moves it to low automatically to prevent overcooking. Choose any of these settings, or combine them to make sure your dish is ready to serve on time.
Removable Crocks Provide Easy Cleanup and Storage of Leftovers
Once everyone has enjoyed your dish, simply remove the stoneware insert. Then place the lid back on the crock and store leftovers in the refrigerator, or fill the insert with water for fast cleaning.