You’ve heard it before, but the idea that you should buy a “slow cooker” instead of an electric one is a myth.
If you’re not familiar with it, it’s a fancy term for a large pot of slow-cooked meat, usually stewed with vegetables and spices and served in a slow-cooker.
The idea behind a slow cooker is to give you the time to prepare the meat and veggies you’re going to serve with it so that you can get the best flavor out of it, and the slow-curing process does just that.
You don’t need to have a slow Cooker Express to do it, though.
We’ve rounded up the best cookware that will do the job for you, whether you want a slow simmering stew or an extra-firm simmering pot of meat and potatoes.
Read more Read on for the best slow cooker stews and slow cookers for all your slow cooker needs.
Slow cooker stoves