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How To Use A Slow Cooker In A Power Outage

Last week I was relaxing with my feet up, dinner cooking in the slow cooker and life was good. All of a sudden the house was very quiet, the power had gone out. CRAP! Dinner is going to be ruined! Eliminator battery to the rescue. Dinner was saved!

How to you a slow cooker in a power outage

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  1. I haven’t got a clue what an Eliminator battery is, but I can tell you we definitely don;t have one.

  2. I have no idea what an Eliminator Battery is, but I love what you did there 🙂

  3. I’m glad that your dinner was saved, very clever! I really have to look into a generator for our house, just in case.

  4. I love it! Resourcefulness for sure! 😀 It made me smile.

    Yay for the SITS Girls for helping me find your blog! 😀

  5. Hi! Stopping by from SITS. This reminds me of the time our power went out and I hooked my Keurig coffee maker up to the generator. Hey, priorities right?

  6. Well I can say for sure that I never thought of this before! Guess I need to see if I can find a 220v one for Germany…just in case ;p

  7. That is a fantastic use of a generator. Way to save the day and be prepared. Found your blog via STIS.

  8. This is a genius idea!

    We lost power a few years ago during a huge snow storm. We toughed it out for a few days, but having a generator like that one would have been awesome! I could have had freshly brewed coffee!

  9. What a great idea. And a great gift too!
    Connecting today via SITS Comment Love. Happy Blogging!

  10. You have no idea how happy this post made me! haha. That’s great.

  11. That battery is awesome! We need one here. I just got an external battery which is going to come in handy for our electronics if the upcoming storm takes out our power…hopefully it won’t! Visiting via #sitsblogging.

  12. This is great! I have always had a gas stove so it still worked when we lost power but we just bought a house with an electric stove so if we lose power we’re in trouble. I will have to remember this

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