Crock-Pot stays hot in the end zone

The Crock-Pot Cook & Carry featuring HeatSaver Stoneware is a slow cooker made for travel. Featuring a specially designed insert along with other travel-based enhancements, the slow cooker is perfect for any type of gathering.

The slow cooker retains heat longer than other models, making it ideal to use whether a power outlet is available or not.
The slow cooker retains heat longer than other models, making it ideal to use whether a power outlet is available or not. Crock-Pot

Football season is upon us. That means months of football food lie ahead. As fall is ushered in by the kicking of an oblong ball, millions of cheering fans will be applauding the spread. No, not that kind of spread, the food spread. But no matter if the gathering is in the parking lot of the stadium or at a football party down the street, there needs to be a way to get the goods to the game.

A winning recipe for five-alarm chili just isn't worth it if it can't be shared among friends (or unleashed upon unsuspecting rival fans). The Crock-Pot SCCPCTS605-S Cook & Carry featuring HeatSaver Stoneware makes it easy to do just that. The slow cooker is designed for travel and is specially designed to retain heat longer. It accomplishes this through the use of a not-ordinarily available stoneware insert that has thicker walls, allowing food to stay hotter for up to 30 percent longer than usual. In other words, that five-alarm chili can still be kicking into overtime.

Additional features make the slow cooker an ideal solution for getting food where you want it to go. The lid locks for easy transport and the power cord stores out of the way. The inclusion of a fun temperature gauge rounds out the highlights and makes it easy to see how hot the action is inside the device -- no matter what is happening on the field.

The Crock-Pot SCCPCTS605-S Cook & Carry featuring HeatSaver Stoneware will be available beginning on October 1, 2012, at Target, CrockPot.com and Amazon.com.

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    Brian is the author of the culinary based novel Stealing Food Road. A lifelong Californian, he has been consistently exposed to some of the best food in the world. With a deep appreciation for the kitchen, he is always on the lookout for that perfect appliance that combines style and grace with the ever-popular ability to save time.

     

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