Zojirushi Thermal Coffee Maker, EC-BD15 : The Zojirushi Fresh Brew brews directly into the thermal carafe where coffee keeps that just-made flavor and aroma for hours. Now you can keep your brew coffee-house fresh. And it's programmable, so you can prepare and even make ahead. Product Features 10-cup thermal carafe keeps your coffee hot for up to 10 hours. Stainless-steel design and carafe. Programmable timer with clock. Pause and Serve feature. Easy-to-read water gauge. Carafe lid is crafted to stay on during brewing with a small cap to keep heat in when it's ready. Unit uses #4 cone shaped paper filters (not included) Instruction book included.
This review is coming from a coffee snob, that brews using a manual melitta. The coffee takes entirely too long to brew. It took 12 minutes for a full pot. As a result, the coffee is bitter. In order for coffee to not become bitter, it needs to brew in five minutes time.
Other than that, it did work ok, the thermos kept the coffee hot. I did return it though. I'm going back to manual brewing.
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Fagor Electric Multi-Cooker
Fagor Electric Multi-Cooker : Use our versatile multi-cooker for pressure-cooking, slow-cooking roasts and stews, steaming rice or risotto, even browning meat or onions. 6 Quart removable aluminum pot is dishwasher-safe and nonstick for easy cleanup. Programmable up to 9 1/2 hours. Self-locking lid features 2 independent pressure control valves and anti-overheating protection for added security. Brushed stainless-steel exterior. Product Features Model: 670040230 Brushed stainless-steel multi-cooker perfect for pressure-cooking, slow-cooking, steaming rice, and browning meat or onions Removable nonstick aluminum 6-quart cooking pot Programmable up to 9 1/2 hours Self-locking lid with automatic pressure release setting and anti-overheating protection LED screen with soft-touch control buttons Booklet with 40 easy, delicious recipes ETL approved Imported
I'm very impressed with the Fagor Multi Cooker. In one day I made short ribs, beef goulash, and brown rice. Really I made them all in half a day. What a pleasure, and all came out great. I thought of pressure cookers as my grandmothers tool. It's really state of the art, easy to use. Only con is the bottom surface area is a little small. I should have gotten the next size up if they make it.