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Celebrate the Slow Cooker

Posted by Rabbi Ron Symons on January 12, 2017

Among the many important events in the new year, January is National Slow Cooking Month.

The ubiquitous slow cooker – the small appliance that makes it all happen – should not be taken for granted. How wonderful is it to be able to throw a bunch of ingredients into a Crock Pot just before leaving for work in the morning, set it on low, and then come home to a fully cooked, comfort meal. Or make the perfect Chicken Soup for Shabbat.

Rabbi Ron Symons gives us a brief cooking demo in his home kitchen and reveals some surprising history of this homey kitchen appliance.



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