Cookshop Gourmet Multicooker Reviews
Product Type: Cookshop electrical appliances
Newest Review: ... did I buy it? I bought it for afew different reasons really.: One of the reasons was I needed something to encourage me to ... more
Customer Cookshop Gourmet Multicooker Reviews (2)
by - written on 08/05/13 (Very useful, 43 readings)
I found this particular product while channel surfing through the shopping channels. The main channel I tend to purchase from is QVC because they sell products that I like e.g Kipling, Liz Earle, Elemis etc, plus they tend to delivery very quickly, mostly 3-5 workings days.On the odd occasion I have purchased from Ideal World, but a lot less often as not many products they sell catch my eye except for this one. At the time I bought a set of two of these, one for myself and the other was given to a friend for around £35.00 ( including p and p ). This was between 4-5 years ago. What is this and would does it look like? Its an ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/01/10 (Very useful, 1243 readings)
In previous reviews I have mentioned that rather than buying in ready meals we prefer to batch cook at home and freeze our meals for later consumption. In the past we had pots and pans all over the kitchen with various meals being prepared and often found that we couldn't make as much as we wanted, that was until we discovered the Cookshop Gourmet MultiCooker. ** What do you get? ** As you can see from the picture above this is a large electrical pan and is similar to a wok but is flat bottomed. There are 3 components that make up the cooker and they are: The pan itself, a massive 40cm in diameter with a raised edge. The 'Dupont' ... Read the complete review
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