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December 04, 2008

Mr. Crock Pot Saves the Day

Crock_pot Because my wife is having a difficult pregnancy, I was unexpectedly commissioned to take charge of preparing meals for my family. Thanks to Kim Moreland’s suggestion, I decided to give our crock pot a second chance at life. The device was raised from the dead after three years in the kitchen appliance cemetery (our bottom kitchen cabinet).

Now it’s my best friend, the gadget I hold dear this season of festive meals and potlucks. The crock pot has become a great sidekick in serving good-tasting and low-maintenance meals for my family, and that to me is a great way to save the day.

I just discovered I’m not alone in my affection for the kitchen wonder. Check out the Crock Pot Love Letter from Stuff Christians Like.

(Image via Stuff Christians Like)

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Andy

My wife uses hers for cooking. I use mine for my hobby: painting historical miniatures. I use oils to paint the little guys, and an evening in an old crock pot gently dries the paint for the next day's painting session.

Gina Dalfonzo

Cool idea, Andy! I never would have thought of that.

Wish I could take the credit. Some of the masters of the hobby, like Shepard Paine, have been doing it this way since the 70's. But yeah, it is a great idea for anyone who paints small things using oil paints.

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