At my local grocery here in Louisville, there's an aisle dedicated to small kitchen appliances, and at the end of it you'll find an entire section of budget-priced slow cookers. The most expensive one probably costs somewhere around $60, and the majority run significantly less then that. This is where I bought my slow cooker: a no-frills sale model that set me back $19.99.
The $99 Frigidaire Professional 7-Quart Programmable Slow Cooker wouldn't be caught dead in that grocery aisle. With a classy, stainless steel finish, sleek chrome accents, and an elegant, blue LCD display, the … Read more