Slow cookers are still the ultimate kitchen appliance that cooks your stews, soups or even cook ribs for you while you get to do other things.
How to use a slow cooker
With a slow cooker, you can create tasty meals without being tied to the stove.
Slow cookers generally have 3 settings (low, high and warm). For most pork cuts, plan for about 8 hours at the low setting or 4 hours at high.
To enhance the flavour, sear meat first in a hot skillet.
Remember to lightly coat the meat in flour before searing, which will create a thicker sauce.
The thermometer is a cheap and easy to use tool that allows you to always have the right temperature according to your tastes.
The meat’s internal temperature must reach between 60 °C and 64 °C (140 °F and 147 °F)
The meat’s internal temperature must reach between 65 °C to 69 °C (149 °F to 156 °F)
The meat’s internal temperature must reach between 70 °C and 74 °C (158 °F to 165 °F)