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Buying Guide: This traveling slow cooker is perfect for potlucks

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When you’re invited to a party and want to bring your favorite dish, considering how well it will travel can be a major hurdle. If you love tailgating, picnics, and potlucks, this traveling slow cooker should be on your list.

How It Works

This traveling slow cooker from Presto is the perfect tailgating and potluck companion. The device can be plugged in to slow cook your favorite party dishes, then unplugged and carried by the swing handle. To heat things up again at the party, simply plug this cooler back in again.

Travel Ready Slow Cooker

This slow cooker is designed to travel, with a spill-proof locking lid for easy transport and, and a durable picnic cooler style body that keeps food warm on the go. The traveling slow cooker also features a see-through top and a whiteboard on the side so you can let party guests know what delicious dish is inside.

Why Customers Love It

Amazon customers are bringing this traveling slow cooker everywhere they go, and gave it an average rating of 4.8 out of 5 stars. Customers loved that the cooker was compact enough to bring anywhere but had a capacity large enough for big groups to share a hot meal. Some reviewers used this slow cooker to feed large parties of kids on long game days, while others brought it to office potlucks. One common theme: everyone who saw one wanted one for their own house.

Presto 8-Quart Traveling Slow Cooker available from Amazon  

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