February and March, especially if you live in a colder climate, can be the absolute pits but the upside to being cooped-up inside is plenty of time for low and slow food. Slow-cooking food has been proven by multiple teams of scientists to be the most delicious method for cooking, which is why we’re giving away one of the best slow cookers money can buy—the Wolf Gourmet Slow Cooker & Multi-Cooker with sous vide function—to a lucky reader.
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The Wolf Gourmet Multi-Cooker, with a sleek stainless steel hull and signature red nob, truly makes your average slow-cooker look like a small campfire (no offense). A genius searing function allows you to execute the entire roast or brisket recipe from start to finish in just one cooking vessel. (Many slow cooker recipes call for a pan sear of the meat before slow cooking which equals more mess and cleanup but now with the Wolf). Plus, it’s also got a precise temperature-controlled sous-vide water bath function for perfectly cooked tenderloins, fish filets, eggs and more. Can your Crock-Pot do that?
Oh, and did we mention it’s easy to use? A hyper-intuitive smart control panel displays everything, from cooking time and duration to temperature feedback. The Wolf’s removable 7-qt. stainless-steel insert pan can even be pulled out and used like a Dutch oven, on any stovetop.
The Wolf Gourmet Multi-Cooker retails for as much $599 or more but enter to win below and you may have this premium multi-cooker at your doorstep before too long.
To enter and win this great prize, fill out the form below between Monday, Feb. 24, 2020, and Monday, Mar. 9, 2020, 11:59 p.m. PT, read the official rules and accept the terms and conditions. After you’ve filled out the form, you will have the opportunity to get extra entries by following or liking our social media channels, resulting in six possible ways to enter. The more you participate, the greater your chances of winning.
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