Experienced users of pans flock to stainless steel variants because the material is durable, resistant, and suitable for the dishwasher. But one common complaint is that stainless steel is not the best conductor of heat, so food may not cook evenly. Enter this crockpot from Farberware. It is made of stainless steel steel and aluminum core, a combination that offers the best of both worlds: the durability and performance of stainless steel with the fast and uniform heating properties of aluminum. A neat feature of this pot that even some premium models don’t have is drip-free pouring. It also has an additional standard option lid or colander from some vendors. This practical accessory features a pouring spout and a lid with strainer holes to allow water to
drain liquid from small batches of pasta or vegetables without a separate colander.