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    Default My new slowcooker!

    I haven't bought it yet but it will soon be mine. I don't know if anyone has one of these, the pot has two sections (it holds 11 pints in total) so I will be able to prepare two different meals at the same time! I'll only have to cook twice a week - hurrah!

    I had never seen one before this afternoon and it will be a long time until I am this excited again!

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    Funny what things *excite* us as we get older isn't it Britbunny?
    I'm jumping for joy over here b/c my work on my old, $10 garage sale table is turning out so well. I feel your joy.

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    I haven't seen one of those either, but I am sure you will love it! I would love to only cook 2 times a week.

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    What company puts out this super crockpot? I would love to find one.

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    bevjean - the brand of this slowcooker is Russell Hobbs, I don't know whether they are available all over or just here in Britain. As I said I only saw one this afternoon so I think they must be a new thing.

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    I have never seen one. Dinner and desert, sounds good to me not to mention all the pot lucks. Let us know how it works out.

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    A new toy, woohoo, good for you!!




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    It sounds like a great time saver. We have Russell Hobbs here but I haven't been appliance shopping for ages so I don't know what's available,

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    It sounds really nice. Hope you get it soon. Let us know how you like it.

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    Is it like this one?

    [ame="http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/B00004S9HR/qid=1126470611/sr=8-3/ref=sr_8_xs_ap_i3_xgl60/102-4737351-7156935?v=glance&s=home-garden&n=507846"]Amazon.com: Rival 3780BC Duet Divided Crock Pot, Black/Chrome: Home & Garden[/ame]

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    [ame="http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/B0000E5SPN/qid=1126511150/sr=2-1/ref=sr_2_11_1/202-2278840-8199028"]Russell Hobbs 10951 Dual Pot Slow Cooker: Amazon.co.uk: Kitchen & Home[/ame]

    Sara - yes, I think it's pretty much the same, the reviews for it are good too. I think I might be getting it this week - DH wants rice pudding!

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    This is a great idea --- and I'm surprised no one thought of making one sooner. I'll have to keep watch for one of these for myself.

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    wow! does that ever look handy! However, I could never justify it. I have 2 crockpots!!! But I can dreeeeam can't I?

    babs

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    That looks really nice I luv the stainless look Have fun cooking dual meals when you get it!

    I proably will get one... one of these days....just not yet! I have enough cooking gadgets I use.

    I just bought a new slow cooker from QVC last year only because it's by Corning Ware & was a TSV deal w/the removable Corningware dish that I can also use for the oven & store meals in the fridge also My Nesco roaster has the non-stick removable cookwell that I take out to store foods in the fridge that we're in the process of eating but it doesn't have a cover. I've had quite a few crock pots over the years of cooking.
    None of them had a removable liner/cookwell so I wasn't going to be able to keep food in them overnight in the fridge I had to remove the food & put in a storage container then back into the crock the next day that is after washing it!!

    Here's the one I bought from QVC

    http://www.qvc.com/asp/frameset.asp?...x=8&search.y=9


    Item Number K5607
    CorningWare 4qt Programmable Slow Cooker/Serverw/ 2 Lids

    Retail Value $52.00
    QVC Price $37.50
    Introductory Price $34.12
    Shipping and Handling $8.22



    ...they also carry alot of Russell Hobbs products. I almost bought an electric tea pot which had the cord in the bottom & the pot became cordless. There were only a few of them @ this really great clearance price & sold out really fast.

    I've never heard of the name Russell Hobbs many years ago while I was @ a garage sale in Bayville & this lady was telling me about why this item was soo expensive compared to a similar item which I bought to heat up water it was practically brand new but I didn't have too much money w/me for the RH one so I bought the name brand one I could afford by Tefal

    Now when I see the name RH I know it's the best!




    ~ANDREA~

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