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Crock-Pot Introduces New 430-Gallon Model: ‘The Baptist’

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BOCA RATON, FL—In an exciting breakthrough, representatives for Crock-Pot’s research and development team confirmed Monday that they are prepared to release their largest high-end model to date: “The Baptist,” a giant, 430-gallon slow-cooker. The Jacuzzi-sized Crock-Pot can prepare enough chili, stew, or questionably cooked chicken to feed thousands. “Our Baptist customers kept demanding larger and […]

 

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