Now that the Rockcroks have been out awhile- what's your opinion? I haven't gotten one yet. I love the DCB. Is there a big enough niche to warrant getting one? How have your sales been for them? Reviews from customers???
I finally used mine on the stovetop (worried about that whole "dry spot" business in the use & care pamphlet). It had a few spots on the interior bottom that wouldn't wash off with a scrubby sponge, nor come off with a pan scraper.liz_grinkin said:.... some discoloration at the bottom of the interior that I was not expecting, but going to try bar keepers friend.
ShorelineChef said:This isn't a spoiler, but I can tell you that, at Feast, there was quite an emphasis on getting consultants to get into their kitchens and start using their Rock Crocks for everything they cook.
Maybe sales are low?
I was spooked about the dry spots from the start. I've used the pan with good results, but it still freaks me out!
I've sold a good number of them by demoing the S'Mores cake.
After Feast, I think I'll take it out of my PC storage closet and try using it more.
New here… what is a DCB?ShellBeach said:Not that I've sold any, but I've been using the RC everyday pan for lots of stuff I used to do in the DCB. Now the DCB is downstairs in the storage area.
The RC is soooooo much lighter than the DCB, I don't feel I'm going to break the RC lid every time I take it off, and the RC goes into the dishwasher.
I just wish it had a white glaze instead of black.
Love, love, love my rockcroks!DebPC said:Now that the Rockcroks have been out awhile- what's your opinion? I haven't gotten one yet. I love the DCB. Is there a big enough niche to warrant getting one? How have your sales been for them? Reviews from customers???
The Rockcrok is a versatile, all-in-one cookware piece made by Pampered Chef. It is made from a unique combination of natural and man-made materials, including clay, which allows it to withstand high heat and go from stovetop to oven to table. It also features a non-stick surface and is dishwasher safe, making it easier to clean than traditional cookware.
The Rockcrok can be used to make a variety of dishes, including casseroles, soups, stews, pasta, and even desserts. It is also great for grilling, roasting, and sautéing meats and vegetables.
Yes, the Rockcrok is safe to use in the oven up to 550°F. It is also safe to use on the stovetop, in the microwave, and on the grill.
No, it is not recommended to use metal utensils with the Rockcrok as it may damage the non-stick surface. It is best to use silicone or wooden utensils when cooking with the Rockcrok.
Cleaning the Rockcrok is easy as it is dishwasher safe. If hand washing, use warm soapy water and a non-abrasive sponge. Avoid using harsh chemicals or abrasive cleaners on the Rockcrok. To maintain its non-stick surface, it is best to avoid using cooking sprays and to lightly coat the surface with oil before each use.