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Old 05-20-2016, 07:22 PM   #1
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Slow cooker?

A while back it seems that I read something about a cooker that you start up in the morning, then unplug it and it continues to cook without power. Was I dreaming or is there such a thing? I've Googled everything and can't come up with anything...
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Boy that sounds familiar, so you may not be dreaming.
We are able to run a crock pot all day while traveling, and yes the batteries get charged too. But not without power.
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Yeah we should go to that serious I don't know if it's him or not
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Oops if you can delete that it was a mistake
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Thermos Shuttle Chef

The Thermos Shuttle Chef does that

Thermos Shuttle Chef on Amazon
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Maybe on of the Yeti's would work also?
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It's a thermal cooker!

Thank you John Hilley, thermal cooker was the name of the appliance. I knew if I asked on this site someone would be able to help me out!

Safe travels everyone!
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Slow cooker meals are usually for travel days. We set it up in the morning and it runs off the inverter while we drive. Never a problem with the amount of current it pulls. The only problem is it smells so good all day.
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thermal cooker

You could probably make one using an insulated container to put your pot in once it is up to temp.
A pressure cooker would probably work great. By the time it starts to cool down the food would be ready.
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