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    Quote Originally Posted by sputnik View Post
    isn't that a vibrator?
    Oh, God!! Maybe it is! I thought that's what it was called.

    Damn, me mixing up my gadgets again.
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    i googled and apparently it's both (the name, not the gadget).
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    Puree while you get off.

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    That would either be the best invention or the most disgusting!

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    enough diddling, dirty whores. i need advice: i want to buy a slow cooker. any recommendations? what do you guys have and do you like it? pros, cons, etc...
    i'm all ears.
    i don't want to spend a fortune but i also don't want the cheapest thing out there that will short circuit and burn my building down. i figure if it's something that you're going to leave turned on all day while you're out, it had better be safe.
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    They are mostly all the same these days. And safe of course. Just pick one with a ceramic "liner" that can easily be lifted out for cleaning and also to put straight on the table for serving. Pick one with a glass lid so you can see what's happening without lifting it off during cooking. Big No. No. A cast iron casserole with a lid goes just as well in a very low oven.
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    I have this Breville Slow Cooker and I love it. It has the removable ceramic insert and it couldn't be easier to use or clean. The insert is dishwasher safe, but it's recommended that you hand wash it. I actually used it last night to cook a delicious pot roast.
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    I work at a restaurant equipment and supply store. I literally work in y'all's version of Heaven (and yes, we sell to the public, too) and can have anything and everything you want. We have TONS of great stuff, and the best (and sometimes costly) pots and pans you can ever dream of, and pay cost plus 10%. Even on the big equipment.

    And all that's good and well except I don't cook. Luckily, my boyfriend has made good use of it! I know jack about the stuff because I'm in Accounting, but if we don't have it, you don't need it. It's fun being able to get top-notch stuff at a ridiculously low price, too!
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    Ohhhhhhhhh kitchen gadget porn queen! You might regret telling us this.
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    I have a Rival Crock Pot. It's an oval slow cooker and it's pretty large. I figured, if I'm cooking something that long, I want enough to last for a couple of days. I think it might be a 7 quart.

    I love the vintage colors they have on their website. This looks like one my mom had.

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    Mine's a Breville. 4 litre and oval shape. So it's shallower than ^^^ but wider. Does the same job. They are really useful for parties - cook your, say, chilli in it then keep it warm all evening on the Low setting.
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    sylkyn - you lucky bitch! will anyone at work notice if you start ordering multiples of the good stuff as gifts? and then you can send it directly to us?
    can't post pics because my computer's broken and i'm stupid

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sylkyn View Post
    I work at a restaurant equipment and supply store. I literally work in y'all's version of Heaven (and yes, we sell to the public, too) and can have anything and everything you want. We have TONS of great stuff, and the best (and sometimes costly) pots and pans you can ever dream of, and pay cost plus 10%. Even on the big equipment.

    And all that's good and well except I don't cook. Luckily, my boyfriend has made good use of it! I know jack about the stuff because I'm in Accounting, but if we don't have it, you don't need it. It's fun being able to get top-notch stuff at a ridiculously low price, too!
    it's probably a good thing that you don't cook. if i worked there i'd just leave them my entire salary.
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    lol They would look at me with a side-eye because I usually only get cutting boards or pots here and there. I MIGHT could get away with it, though!

    And Sput, many people who work here have done exactly that. Spent their first few paychecks going nuts in the showroom.
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    Cutting boards are a gateway gadget. They'll get you hooked! I can well believe that people go nuts. There's just something about kitchen supply stores.

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