Kmart Crockery Kettle Slow Cooker
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  • I would recommend this machine to people since it's a little healthier than a microwave

    • by Redtape

      When my grandaunt died, along with money, my mother inherited nearly every piece of furniture in her house. One of these that she took home was a piece of machinery that was a crockery kettle slow cooker. At first, I had no idea what it was or if it would work

      since it looked quite old. However, when we tried it, the slow cooker was working and we have used it a few times since.

      The crockery kettle had three settings. There is off, low and high. We normally use the low setting when we plan to be out for a few ...

      • hours and have a tough meat like mutton or ox tail to be cooked. Therefore, we’d put the meat in the slow cooker after it is seasoned and possibly browned depending on the meat, with a little liquid. If we’re going ot be out for maybe the entire day we put
        it on low, and when we get back, the meat is already cooked and sometimes, even more tender than if it was cooked on the stove. I’ve done meat in there where even the bone sometimes gets softer.

        I would recommend this machine to people since it’s a little healthier than a microwave.

    marilyn perry says :

    I have a crockery kettle crock pot with the numbers code 6-15-16 on the bottom. I need to replace the glass cover. How can I purchase one?
    Galega says :

    Spare glass cover is also marketed by Kmart. You need to visit any store selling Kmart Kettle and ask for the same. You can also use a third party glass cover, if that is compatible and is of good quality.
    Laura says :

    Hey, did anyone find a source for replacement lids for the Crockery Kettle 6-15-30? I just broke my lid and can’t find any source online. I called the company listed on the bottom (SS Kresge Co) but it is now Kmart ( K is for Kresge-who knew?? ) So, no info from them since the company no longer exists. This must be a really really old crock-pot
    Redtape replies :

    Believe me, it is.
    Lindsay says :

    You should check your local Salvation Army stores and haunt the yard sales (you may even be able to leave your number and they can call you when a crock pot gets dropped off). You may find something that was not made for it, but will work. EVERYONE broke the lids over the years, so they are impossible to replace. You might also ask around your church group and see if someone has a broken crock-pot and you can combine them together to make a whole one.
    Marilyn Komulainen says :

    I have an old Crockery Kettle slow cooker, code 6 15 30. I broke the pot can it be relplaced?
    Redtape replies :

    I don`t know. You should try asking the company that makes it.
    Nancy says :

    I have a crockery Kettle code 6-15-30. I broke the lid but the kettle is fine.
    Christine says :

    I broke mine too…I just use an lid from an old, brown, glass Vision’s Cookware pot…they are a lot easier to find.

    I would like to find out when it was manufactured…anyone know?
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