Gordon Ramsay Signature All in One 6 Quart Slow Cooker

Gordon Ramsay Signature All in One 6 Quart Slow Cooker
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For home-cooked meals even when you're not at home to make them, rely on this all-in-one slow cooker. But, this versatile unit does so much more. It also fries, sautes, braises, simmers, boils, steams, bakes, and keeps food warm. From Gordon Ramsay Signature.

  • Includes slow cooker, 6-qt enamel-coated carbon steel pan, steam rack, and tempered glass lid
  • Slow cooker temperatures: low, warm, and high
  • Temperature ranges from 325F to 450F
  • Pan is dishwasher safe
  • Measures 19-1/4"L x 12"W x 9"H
  • UL listed
  • Made in China

About Gordon Ramsay

About Gordon Ramsay

Gordon Ramsay

Scottish by birth, Gordon was brought up in Stratford-upon-Avon, England, from the age of 5. With an injury prematurely putting an end to any hopes of a promising career in football, he went back to college to complete a course in hotel management.

Ramsay's first years in the kitchen were spent training under culinary luminaries such as Marco Pierre White and Albert Roux in London, after which he moved to France to work in the kitchens of Guy Savoy and Joël Robuchon. He spent three years enhancing his expertise in classic French cooking. Then in 1993, Gordon became chef of the newly opened Aubergine; within three years the restaurant was awarded two Michelin stars.

Gordon's first book, Passion for Flavour, was published in 1996. Since then, he's published a number of hugely successful books. His most recent recipe book, Gordon Ramsay's World Kitchen, was published by Quadrille in November 2009.

In 1998 at the age of 31, Gordon set up his first wholly owned restaurant, Gordon Ramsay, in Chelsea. On January 19th, 2001, it won its third Michelin star. In October 2001, Gordon opened Gordon Ramsay at Claridge's which won a Michelin star in 2003. The same year saw the opening of Gordon Ramsay Holdings' first international restaurant, Verre, located in the Dubai Hilton Creek Hotel. A year later, he opened in St. James's. Within seven months, it had won a Michelin star. The restaurant relocated to The Berkeley Hotel in 2003 and won its second Michelin star in January 2007.

At the beginning of October 2002, Gordon Ramsay Holdings took over the food and beverage operation at The Connaught Hotel with Angela Hartnett at the helm. Her restaurant, MENU, won its first Michelin star in January 2004. In 2003, Gordon Ramsay Holdings re-launched The Savoy Grill and the restaurant achieved its first Michelin star in 2004. This was followed by the opening of Boxwood Café with chef Stuart Gillies.

May 2004 saw Gordon Ramsay star in the Channel 4 series Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares, later to be awarded a BAFTA and an International Emmy®. Shortly after this, Gordon was given two weeks to direct a group of celebrities towards Michelin-standard cooking in the ITV series Hell's Kitchen. A second series of Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares was followed by the debut of Channel 4's The F-Word, a high-octane food show with cooking, topical VT's, food campaigns, and celebrity guests. In America, a sixth season of Hell's Kitchen aired this summer to exceptional viewing figures of over 14 million.

2005 also saw the launch of GRH's eighth UK restaurant, maze, in London's Grosvenor Square and the opening of Gordon Ramsay at The Conrad Hotel in Tokyo. The year was rounded off with Gordon's award of an OBE in the New Year's Honours list. In November 2006, Gordon made his stateside debut with the opening of Gordon Ramsay at The London in The London NYC Hotel, part of the LXR Luxury Resorts collection where Josh Emett, previously head chef at The Savoy Grill, is the resident chef de cuisine.

In January 2007, Gordon Ramsay Holdings opened Cielo at the exclusive Boca Raton resort in Florida. Gordon opened his first pub, The Narrow, that same year in a Grade II listed building on the banks of the River Thames in London's Limehouse. Gordon has since gone on to open two further pubs: The Devonshire in West London and The Warrington in Maida Vale.

The fifth international Gordon Ramsay restaurant opened towards the end of the year at the Ritz Carlton Powerscourt Hotel in Ireland. January 2008 saw the re-opening of Chelsea's classic neighborhood bistro, Foxtrot Oscar, on Royal Hospital Road, just a few doors away from Gordon's eponymous restaurant.

In early 2008, Gordon Ramsay Holdings and Lyndy Redding announced their acquisition of the acclaimed Tante Marie Cookery School which re-launched in September of the same year.

In March, Gordon introduced his first restaurant in France at the legendary Trianon Palace & Spa located just steps away from the famed Château de Versailles. March was also the month that Gordon, together with Stuart Gillies, opened Gordon Ramsay Plane Food, a restaurant at the newly built Heathrow Terminal 5. This was followed in April by the launch of maze Grill in London's Grosvenor Square. In June, Gordon launched Gordon Ramsay at The London in West Hollywood.

August saw the launch of Gordon Ramsay protégé Angela Hartnett's fine-dining restaurant, Murano, in the heart of London's Mayfair which was awarded a star in the 2009 Michelin Guide. At the end of September, York & Albany, located on the edge of London's Regents Park, opened comprising of a restaurant with bar, delicatessen, and guest accommodation.

April 2009 saw the launch of maze by Gordon Ramsay at The One & Only, Cape Town. Modeled on its British namesake, the menu evokes the bountiful flavors of authentic South African recipes.

At the beginning of July, Gordon Ramsay Holdings opened Gordon Ramsay at Forte Village, at the exclusive and luxurious resort in Sardinia. This was closely followed by the launch of Contrada at Castel Monastero in Tuscany in August.

2010 has already been an exciting year with the re-launch of Pétrus in the heart of Belgravia and also the group's first launches in Australia— maze and maze Grill — which take influence from their British namesakes, opening at Crown's newest acquisition in the city. October this year will see the long awaited re-launch of the iconic Savoy Grill, following a refurbishment of the entire hotel.

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K31604 - Gordon Ramsay Signature All in One 6 Quart SlowCooker 4 5 25 25
Love this cooker !!! I love this cooker. It does everything they said it did. I make the best potroast in it. The clean up is wonderful. 09-13-11
It's OK I needed to replace an old heavy ceramic crockpot and I thought this one would fit the bill. I like that the cooking insert is lightweight and manageable, but it is shallow. I would have preferred a deeper pot. I made stuffed cabbage rolls in this slow cooker and even though I cooked it on low and with plenty of liquid, the cabbage leaves that touched the sides of the pot burned. I do not cook a lot in a slow cooker and that was what I mainly purchased this pot for, so I will probably keep it for those few occasions when I have a need for this. Otherwise I am disappointed. It's not as versatile as I had hoped. 03-16-11
Satisfied I would say i am satisfied with this product. It does what it says. I can brown the meat first in the same pan, before slow cooking, which i like because it's less mess. I am only giving it four stars because i expected the quality to be a bit higher. Am a bit disappointed there. Quality of the product is only average, in my opinion. Still, i've had for a bit and, so far, it has done what it says it will do. I've had no problem with clean up either. 03-06-11
Great Cooker!! I am with all of the others that have given this cooker 5 stars -- cooks great and very easy to clean!! Great price too! 03-02-11
Love it! Excellent quality. Love all of the features that it offers. Browns, bakes and slow cooks great. Extremely well made. I am so happy that I bought this! Bring more items Gordon!!! 02-27-11
disappointed I thought this was the best slow cooker out there with the many features and the enamel coated pot. Well, after three attempts to use it as a slow cooker my hopes were dashed. It takes forever to slow cook a small chicken on high!?! I put a small chicken in on high and it was in there for 6hrs and it wasn't done and had to turn the other side on to finish it off. Of course, it is now a week too late to return it. I called the company listed on the back of the manual and they said that it only reaches 200* after 5hrs. Meaning that if you want to cook a small chicken on high it will be 8hrs and good luck on that. My old one did the job better. 02-24-11
ABSOLUTELY WONDERFUL!! I have been looking for a slow cooker to replace my old one for quite some time. I have tried a few and sent back. THIS ONE IS A KEEPER! I have cooked several items in it and it does a wonderful job! I made the best pot roast of my life in this cooker. I am SO glad that I decided to give it a chance! I love the fact that it can be a slow cooker or a roaster or ???? you name it! It's great! 02-24-11
Not so sloooow cooker I was anxious to try this cooker to see how all of the different settings worked. We all know that trial and error is to be expected with any new item and all those darn dial settings. All I can say is...you have to stay on top of this thing because meat or chicken (whatever) with stick and burn. I was pretty disappointed that I could set my dishes up to cook and then go do house choirs. Yeah, that happened once before I realized things were burning. I DID keep it and I will continue to use it for my fabulous chilis and French Canadian Pork and Beans. That is it though.... 02-11-11
Love It! I love this slow cooker. I have used it several times and have found it easy to use and easy to clean. I cooked a pork tenderloin that was absolutely wonderful. I seasoned it and browned it in a little grapeseed oil and then let it slow cook for about 6 hours. It was fork tender and had a great flavor. I plan to use it again several times next week. 02-06-11
LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this slow cooker!! I bought this slow cooker about a month ago and it has surpassed all expectations! It sears meats beautifully and quickly which saves on washing extra dishes plus the danger and aggravation of transferring hot food and oil. Usually products rarely do exactly what they say they'll do but this is one exception. I've cooked everything from stews to pork ribs to...well, too many to remember them all! I'm planning to cook a cobbler next. Cleanup is also very quick and easy! Again, LOVE, LOVE, LOVE it!! 02-02-11
Just returned my purchase I used this to cook a pork tenderloin..it stuck and burned the food even with a full large container of broth that was added. I was disappointed at how shallow the pan was also....I was going to give it a second try with a small turkey breast but it would not fit in the pan...so I washed up the pan and sent it back ASAP. The pan would not wash up after the first use...the pan was discolored and rough even though I only used a soft scrubber to clean it. This was my second purchase and last of Gordon Ramsey products. I had purchased his low pressure cooker and it was no better than just a regular stove top saucepan. 02-01-11

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