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Russell Hobbs - Slow Cooker. WAS £29.99. FREE DELIVERY - now £14.99 delivered @ Amazon

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Product Features 160w slow cooker 3.5 litre Oval to fit a joint of meat Off / Low / High and Auto setting Tempered glass to view while cooking Power indicator light Read More
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160w slow cooker
3.5 litre
Oval to fit a joint of meat
Off / Low / High and Auto setting
Tempered glass to view while cooking
Power indicator light
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#1
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#2
Ooh thats lovely, i got a 5.5l frigidaire one from wilkinsons online a few months ago but its gigantic, could bathe a newborn baby in it!!! i would buy this, but the thought of auld Gillian Mckeith benefiting from it makes me not want to. :p
#3
I've got a Russell Hobbs slow cooker similar to this one though it cost more than £14.99.
Excellent deal.
#4
£14.99 for all the pulled pork sandwiches I can eat, that has to be a good deal.
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#6
getting one of this, thanks....hot
#7
therealslimkaty;2674951
Ooh thats lovely, i got a 5.5l frigidaire one from wilkinsons online a few months ago but its gigantic, could bathe a newborn baby in it!!! i would buy this, but the thought of auld Gillian Mckeith benefiting from it makes me not want to. :p


Get your own back - Just use it for making a delicious LARD LADEN French dish, full of fatty pork, and point the middle finger upwards & in her general direction!

I've got one in the loft somewhere. I could never get around to full-on cooking sessions at 7am, I can barely face cornflakes at that time of day; so that qualifies it for most useless household gadget I have yet to chuck in the bin.
#8
keeyop
£14.99 for all the pulled pork sandwiches I can eat, that has to be a good deal.


ok, you've piqued my interest.... pulled pork?

sounds nice
1 Like #9
grex9101
ok, you've piqued my interest.... pulled pork?

sounds nice



It's a way of replicating american BBQ pulled pork in a slow cooker. It's just the best sandwich filling ever.

get a good sized boneless pork shoulder, sit it in the slow cooker and pour over a can of root beer (believe me, I hate root beer, really hate root beer, but it will taste nothing like it after being cooked) then cook it for 8 hours. Take the lid off, pour in a bottle of BBQ sauce (anyone will do) and cook for a further hour. Take out the pork shoulder, it should flake between the fingers and "pull" the joint to bits with a fork. moisten with some of the cooking liquer and whack it in a sandwich (and the leftovers in a bowl in the fridge).
#10
keeyop
It's a way of replicating american BBQ pulled pork in a slow cooker. It's just the best sandwich filling ever.

get a good sized boneless pork shoulder, sit it in the slow cooker and pour over a can of root beer (believe me, I hate root beer, really hate root beer, but it will taste nothing like it after being cooked) then cook it for 8 hours. Take the lid off, pour in a bottle of BBQ sauce (anyone will do) and cook for a further hour. Take out the pork shoulder, it should flake between the fingers and "pull" the joint to bits with a fork. moisten with some of the cooking liquer and whack it in a sandwich (and the leftovers in a bowl in the fridge).


good shout mate, think i'll have to invest in on of these now :thumbsup:
#11
I have a slow cooke it's fantastic for those days you know you are going to be too busy to get a meal together.

You could always chop and prepare a casserole the night before (storing in seperate containers), and then throw it in the slow cooker with the casserole mix in the morning. It doesn't take long, and I'm often thankful when I get in in the evening and there is dinner ready!
#12
Thanks for this...just ordered one! That pulled pork recipe sounds good! :)
#13
Luuuurve slow cookers....the wife makes this tomato and lamb garlic casserole with wild rice and it's absolutely to die for.

Plus, they say it's an excellent way to make curries but I haven't tired that yet :-) Methinks I'll be slow cooking this weekend!
#14
Thanks very much, have just bought one, and can't wait to try out the rootbeer pork recipe!! :thumbsup:
#15
RyCha
Methinks I'll be slow cooking this weekend!



Take yer time.:thumbsup::p
#16
Great :) This served two purposes: Got me a great deal (naturally) but also reminded me to buy one!

Voted hot.
#17
keeyop
It's a way of replicating american BBQ pulled pork in a slow cooker. It's just the best sandwich filling ever.

get a good sized boneless pork shoulder, sit it in the slow cooker and pour over a can of root beer (believe me, I hate root beer, really hate root beer, but it will taste nothing like it after being cooked) then cook it for 8 hours. Take the lid off, pour in a bottle of BBQ sauce (anyone will do) and cook for a further hour. Take out the pork shoulder, it should flake between the fingers and "pull" the joint to bits with a fork. moisten with some of the cooking liquer and whack it in a sandwich (and the leftovers in a bowl in the fridge).


that sounds awesome, and fairly cheap. cheers!

rep left :)

EDIT: Just had a thought, where can you buy root beer?!
#18
grex9101
Just had a thought, where can you buy root beer?!



If you want to be fancy then cans of A&W Root beer (or bottles of IBC) can be bought from http://www.americansoda.co.uk (if anybody does go to the effort of going for the American root beer then I also recommend picking up a bottle of Bulls Eye BBQ sauce from the same place)

but most supermarkets carry at least one brand (usually Carter's), I get it from my local Sainsbury's where the 2L bottles are 69p, you can use any BBQ sauce, personally I would recommend Cattlemans, Jack Daniels or Budweiser brands but it all depends on whether you prefer it sweet, spicy or smokey (I've tried a fair few variations and they're all good).
#19
Red hot, heat added!
#20
grex9101
EDIT: Just had a thought, where can you buy root beer?!


ASDA sell it in cans :)
#21
great post, bought cookbook as well so got free delivery:thumbsup:
#22
can someone please tell me if this is the same type of thing as the one I already have? My mum bought me something called prolectrix multi meal maker which sautes, braises, browns and simmers (it looks like a metal dish with glass lid that you plug in). Is this the same type of thing? Thanks
#23
anyone?
#24
nah. looks like a mini oven to me
banned#25
keeyop;2692794
It's a way of replicating american BBQ pulled pork in a slow cooker. It's just the best sandwich filling ever.

get a good sized boneless pork shoulder, sit it in the slow cooker and pour over a can of root beer (believe me, I hate root beer, really hate root beer, but it will taste nothing like it after being cooked) then cook it for 8 hours. Take the lid off, pour in a bottle of BBQ sauce (anyone will do) and cook for a further hour. Take out the pork shoulder, it should flake between the fingers and "pull" the joint to bits with a fork. moisten with some of the cooking liquer and whack it in a sandwich (and the leftovers in a bowl in the fridge).


When you say boneless pork shoulder do you mean one with rind/cracking or without, my supermarket seems to have both??
#26
you can use either as the rind will just fall off, but I do prefer the rindless as there is nothing to throw away once it's cooked

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