Lobster and Clam Steamer Set (3-pc.) by Columbian Home Products
Don't wait for a trip to Maine to enjoy fresh lobster, clams, crab and other seafood. Using this 19-qt. Lobster Steamer, you can cook up enough for all your friends and family right at home. The pot is designed to hold your seafood in the top pot and your water in the bottom, so instead of risking o... See complete description »
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Don't wait for a trip to Maine to enjoy fresh lobster, clams, crab and other seafood. Using this 19-qt. Lobster Steamer, you can cook up enough for all your friends and family right at home. The pot is designed to hold your seafood in the top pot and your water in the bottom, so instead of risking over-boiling your food, you get freshly steamed and ready to serve succulent results. The juicy broth captured in the bottom can be saved for making stews, bouillabaisse, chowder and sauces. The handy faucet spigot lets you easily drain or siphon off the liquid without wasting a drop. Columbian Home Products has been manufacturing its Granite Ware pots and pans for more than 125 years -- porcelain on steel cookware that's easy to handle and provides lasting performance and value. Not suitable for ceramic-top stoves.
The product works pretty much as expected. The only major exception is that the spigot leaks so I had to remove it and plug the hole.
Good luck getting one of these which is not damaged.Purchased the first one and it arrived looking like someone was practicing fieldgoals with it,Returned it and 2nd one arrived with areas of protective coating missing and a small dent.
This was the first steam pot I ever purchased, and I am glad to say, it is the best! It really holds a lot of seafood, and it cleans up fairly easy. I Love It!!!
I would have been happier with this if I hadn't had to attach the spout myself, but I am otherwise very satisfied with the product. Can hardly wait to steam some crab legs!
The faucet that allows for broth or whatever liquid to be drawn from the pot leaks like a sieve. No matter how its tightened, it leaks. Looks like the design that is supposed to stop liquid from escaping is too loose or is a poor design in the first place.
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