Myra Rodriguez

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I'm Tellin You [Explicit]
I'm Tellin You [Explicit]
What can you say other than Bob Marley is the funniest man on earth. My wife and I end up with stomach's that hurt from laughing soo hard at his routine!
The Best Of Aretha Franklin
The Best Of Aretha Franklin
I bought this cd, along with another of one of Aretha's early Atlantic albums, because l still listen to cds and vinyl albums and didn't want to have to wade through a massive Aretha compilation packed with 'fillers' and later more commercial releases. (If you do also like the later duets and more poppy cover songs, then the double cd 'Respect - The Very Best Of' would be a better option for you.)
The music on this 'Best Of' 12 track single cd is a fine selection of rhythm and blues (original meaning) based soul from the Muscle Shoals era. You can also hear Aretha's gospel influences in the vocals, especially on the slower numbers.
However the down side of this Best Of release is the low sound levels, meaning you have to crank up the volume above your normal system settings to appreciate the dynamism of these recordings.
This is annoying and a major corporation should be able to produce a cd capable of doing better justice to these classic cuts.
I dont know if there are any later reissues of this particular cd compilation which address this issue, but the copy l received sounds fairly dull and lifeless on the settings l would normally use.
Needless to say the music itself is great and in itself would easily merit five stars. If you are considering buying you will probably have heard some if not all the tracks anyway so you are likely to know what to expect.
Murder Most Foul
Murder Most Foul
This song has a very haunting melody and words cannot do justice to the lyrical genius that can only be the Bob Dylan that shaped the music world of the past 60 years. It brought me back to November 22 of 63 and the memories of a "Murder Most Foul", as a day etched in my my life as a old familiar heartbreak. In my humble opinion, this is Bob Dylan at his very best. Genius never ages. I was stunned, moved and grateful for this gift to the music world. Bought me back to age 15 and to tears.
Data Abstraction and Problem Solving with Java: Walls and Mirrors (3rd Edition)
Data Abstraction and Problem Solving with Java: Walls and Mirrors (3rd Edition)
I picked this up because my school requires this data structure book. Well, this book is fine overall. I took a look at a few chapters, and I did not have many huge problems. So let's talk about the pros and cons of this book.

Pros:
The author explains everything in a very detailed way, which is good for people who don't really have good background in programming and problem solving.

Cons:
You won't find any complete code in this book since the author only gives the main part of the program, which means you need to develop the program yourself. Even in the source code the author provides, there is not any complete code that you can run in IDE. So, if you don't have a strong Java background, this book might be a little tough for you.
Piña Coladas
Piña Coladas
This a great story based on a song that I never liked. But don’t let this song steer you away from this really good story about second chances. It’s a quick enjoyable read with a happy ending. Give it a try. I am glad I did.
The Descent: A Novel (Descent Series Book 1)
The Descent: A Novel (Descent Series Book 1)
I just finished reading The Descent and both exhilarated and sad. Exhilarated at one of the best books that I've read in a long time, and sad that it's over. I've looked at several of the reviews, and they are all over the place. I will try to make my review as helpful as possible. The writing, itself, is excellent - way above the average. I have immense respect for the writing talents of Mr. Long. He really knows how to turn a phrase. The characters are developed as well as they need to be (though I've read a review that said otherwise). The two main characters are pretty well drawn (remember this is not a psychological thriller or a Stephen King book), while the secondary characters are not deeply developed, but drawn well enough to move the plot. The plot is a mixture of horror, science fiction, adventure, romance and high stakes (government and evil corporation) thriller. After choosing this book as a horror story, I started reading it, forgetting about the full description, and was immediately grabbed by the horrific and thrilling first three chapters. This was going to be a truly creepy horror story. Then it morphed and the government and corporations got involved. I was disappointed, at first, and thought I had misjudged the book. But as I kept reading, both the plot and the fate of the characters I came to care about, I got thoroughly hooked all over again in what was now a thrilling and suspenseful adventure into the unknown. Yes, there was an evil corporation and, yes, there was the army involvement (the type of plots that don't interest me), but there was also the expedition into the dark and unknown world beneath our own, the amazing secrets they discover, and the fate of the two main characters I grew to care so much about. Add to that the mystery of the true origins of human life and the future of our civilization, and you have one epic novel. One reviewer titled their review "Too long" and then said it needed an extra chapter or two. Huh? I was happy at the length of it. And I didn't find the ending too abrupt. Yes more time could have been spent on the last chapter "The Ascent" but I think the reader would have gotten completely frustrated with waiting for the ending.

I really loved this book. I loved it so much that I think I am going to read it all over again right now. I have never done that and I have tons of other books on my Kindle waiting to be read. I just enjoyed this book so much. I hope I have been helpful. There have been times that I have given books rave reviews and later said to myself that I was too generous. That won't happen here. If you love horror/adventure/thriller, based on an archaeological mystery, with some romance thrown in, and can put up with (or like) the government/corporate conspiracy aspects, you will really enjoy this book. I don't know how many people will even see this review, but I hope that I will have helped at least one person.
John Wick: Chapter 2 (4K UHD)
John Wick: Chapter 2 (4K UHD)
John Wick Chapter 2 delivers much the same feel, tempo and action sequences as the first. It also has much the same idea- John Wick (Keanu Reeves) is a lethal assassin who is trying to stay retired only to be pulled back in the game. The movie picks up where the first one left off with a great car and motorcycle chase and an immediate high body count as Wick reclaims his stolen Mustang. This all before the opening credits. The plot is similar to the first one as he's pulled back into the game, this time by Italian mobster Santino D-Antonio (Riccardo Scamarcio) who demands Wick pay the debt of his blood marker. From here it's mostly Wick and every henchman for hire there is. What made the first John Wick movie enjoyable is it's highly stylized ongoing battles between Wick and the bad guys and here those actions scenes are ramped up and nearly constant. If anything that's the one criticism of this film and that is after a while, all the deaths seem repetitive and more than a little bit ridiculous in his ability to just keep going regardless of sustaining near fatal injuries. There is a sly reunion between Reeves and Laurence Fishburne that has a touch of their work together in the Matrix Trilogy. Also note Reeves did 95% of the fight scenes himself as well as the driving scenes and according to the trivia, he spent three months training for this. I give him credit for dedicating time and energy to throwing himself into the part, and I'm sure emerging with more than a few bumps and bruises as a result. Most actors wouldn't go near this amount of physical action sequences. There is lots of blood with lots of violence but if you liked the first John Wick you should enjoy this return to that world. And the fact that the movie is called Chapter 2 suggests a third chapter won't be far behind.
Marvel Men's Deadpool Tacos & Swords Button Up Short Sleeve Woven Shirt
Marvel Men's Deadpool Tacos & Swords Button Up Short Sleeve Woven Shirt
My husband wears a size Medium in Men's shirts, the size Medium ordered fits him just like his other button downs. Pleased with the shirt, seems to be well constructed, though the collar lapel appears to be just the tiniest bit narrow so it curls up on the edges. Also, the print is a little muddled, not as crisp as it could have been.

Overall though, the hubby loves his new shirt, said it fit well and he got quite a few compliments, so we're pleased :)
The Villa
The Villa
The Villa is Nora Roberts at her best. It is a sweeping saga of a family that created and nurtured one of the most power wine dynasty that spans from Italy to the United States.
Tereza Giambelli, the matriarch has decided to merge her internationally known winery company with that of her husband, Eli MacMillian. She feels it is time to breathe new life into the dynasty and make sure it will live on with the younger generation. To accomplish this, she wants her key players to know the business from every aspect. Each member is to learn different parts of the business other than the area he or she excels in. To make sure everything goes accordingly to plan, she brings in a new CEO from their biggest competitor, David Cutter, to oversee the transition. David has the tough job of making sure everyone goes with the plan. Unfortunately, not everyone wants this to succeed.
Sophia Giambelli, Tereza's granddaughter, is one of the sharpest members of the family. She is one independent, smart woman who succeeds quite well in a man's world. She pairs up with Tyler MacMillian, Eli's grandson. While Sophia is a savvy businesswoman, Tyler is a man of the land. He cares nothing about advertisement and packaging, but growing the grapes that make up his precious wine. They each find themselves learning a side of the business they could very well do without. Then disaster strikes in the form of murder and product tampering and the Giambelli-MacMillan families find themselves banding together to save not only their business, but also their reputations.
There is so much happening in this story that it is impossible to review without giving away too much of the plot. One of the things that impressed me most was the cast of characters. You have the tough, feisty, independent heroine, Sophie, and the tough, silent and plainspoken hero, Tyler, who butt heads while being sexually attracted to each other. Then there is Pilar (one of my favorite characters) who is ending an emotionally abusive marriage to Sophie's father, a man who has had more mistresses or affairs than anyone can keep up with including his new, young trophy wife, Rene. Rene is one of those tough, self-serving women we all love to hate. Thrown into the mixture is David Cutter, a divorce man trying to raise two teenagers, Theo the son who has gotten into some trouble and Mandy, the child wise beyond her years with a brain to match.
This novel is engrossing. It flat out holds your interest and attention throughout the story. It is one of those books you don't want to put down. However, due to its large cast of characters I would advise you to start out reading slowly so you can figure out who everyone is. Believe me, they all stick around for the story in some way or another.
One word of caution to Ms. Roberts' fans, don't expect this to be as chilling, dark, and suspenseful as Carolina Moon-it's not. However, in my opinion it is just as fascinating. I would say Ms. Roberts has taken her writing to a new level, but let's face it there isn't any other level for Ms. Roberts to go to. She is one of the finest writers of our times.
The Northing Tramp
The Northing Tramp
I have just re-read The Northing Tramp for the umpteenth time, and to me it has lost none of the thrill, fun, sympathy for the hobo life-style and the associated hardships. As the title hints it is about a tramp, but a complication arises in this story of youthful rebellion, being on the run from unscrupulous characters, hiding out among the tramps, and the most satisfactory resolution where everything comes out right just as it's supposed to. Read and enjoy!
De Magic Island a Sand Land: Bienvenidos al fantanstico mundo de Akira Toriyama (Manga Books) (Spanish Edition)
De Magic Island a Sand Land: Bienvenidos al fantanstico mundo de Akira Toriyama (Manga Books) (Spanish Edition)
Precio económico pero el libro creo que no vale mucho más. Está plagado de errores ortográficos y de maquetación, lo que entorpece mucho la lectura. Una revisión antes de publicarlo le hubiese hecho mucho bien. Obviando este hecho, en el libro se detalla aspectos como las influencias de Toriyama a lo largo de su carrera y sus primeros pasos y mangas menos conocidos. A veces el autor se pierde en cosas que no tienen absolutamente nada que ver con Akira Toriyama, lo que le da al volumen un cierto aspecto de relleno en ocasiones. Al texto le acompañan pequeñas fotografías e imágenes en blanco y negro.
Astro Boy 1963 Volume 4
Astro Boy 1963 Volume 4
out of all the tv shows you can have your famaly
see this is one of the very best ok.
and its never boring ever!
The Long Wait
The Long Wait
It would be hard to top The Long Wait (1951) as a Mickey Spillane parody. All the elements that are so mockable in Spillane's works, from the over-the-top sex and violence and the meatheaded protagonist to the coincidence-driven plot and the ridiculously convoluted solution are here in splendid excess.

Spillane's sixth book and the first not to feature psychopathic private dick Mike Hammer, Long Wait is similar to Ross Macdonald's early standalone novel Blue City (1947) with its protagonist coming to a corruption-ridden town to solve a cold case murder that also disentangles his own past. The twist is that Spillane's protagonist is suffering from amnesia, a plot requirement that seems to be the only reason this isn't a Mike Hammer book. Otherwise, there is no real difference between Hammer and Long Wait's Johnny McBride in approach, temperament, way with the ladies or general badassery. Perhaps Spillane was beginning to realize he was a one-trick pony at this point because after Long Wait he would cough up only Kiss Me Deadly, yet another Hammer book, before taking a break from writing novels for almost a decade.

Look, I love the hard-boiled school of detective fiction, but when you're laughing more than page-turning that's a problem. I mean, does every woman a Spillane hero meets have to be a nymphomanic exhibitionist with a Marilyn Monroe figure? And how many times does a Spillane hero have to stroll into an obviously very dangerous situation and get cold cocked. You'd think he'd learn…

One reason I've kept reading Spillane is his talent for writing dialogue, an absolute must in the detective genre and especially in the hard boiled sub genre. It's those smartass confrontations that litter Spillane novels that makes them so much fun because lord knows it isn't the plot. Well, that and the vicarious thrill of being a badass who can take a punch, deliver a killer one-liner and seduce the most impossibly gorgeous dolls without even half trying.

But there is a limit even to all that and for me The Long Wait just about reached it…
The Collected Letters Of C.S. Lewis
The Collected Letters Of C.S. Lewis
CS Lewis and his work come alive in a new and very personal way, thanks to Walter Hooper's impressive efforts in compiling CSL's extant correspondence. For the Christian, Lewis's letters become more interesting and relevant after his conversion (i.e. when volume 2 begins), but even in volume 1 there are hints of what is to come, and also the reassurances that Lewis is a fallible, sinful man who has, like all of us, much to overcome.

Two of the greatest impressions on me: first, his generosity of spirit, giving advice and expressing humility while doing it, to almost anyone who would write him asking for help. Second, the superiority of learning from such a man and such a system as existed in Oxford and the other great universities, where personal contact and learning from personalities was the norm, rather than the poor substitutes we have today with so-called "social networking" and "online learning."

This collection has much to offer to anyone interested in Lewis as an educator, as a literary critic, as a novelist, as a poet, as a Christian apologist, or simply as a Christian. Most highly recommended. In fact, I will be giving this as a gift to people I cherish.
Secret Service Rescue: A Protector Hero Romance (The Adair Legacy Book 4)
Secret Service Rescue: A Protector Hero Romance (The Adair Legacy Book 4)
The reading order of the series is as follows:

“The Adair Legacy” (published 2014)

Her Secret, His Duty by Carla Cassidy
Executive Protection by Jennifer Morey
Special Ops Rendezvous by Karen Anders
Secret Service Rescue by Elle James

And then comes:

“The Adair Affairs” (published 2015)

Carrying His Secret by Marie Ferrarella
The Marine’s Temptation by Jennifer Morey
Secret Agent Boyfriend by Addison Fox
Heir to Murder by Elle James

Read the books in the above-mentioned order, and you are good to go!

Needless to say, as all the books in both the series come under the Mills & Boon imprint of ‘Romantic Suspense’, all of the above have tons of suspenseful action! Published a year apart, you can draw parallels between the books of the two series. There are many similarities in their storylines, and it surprised me a lot as nowhere it is given that there is any link between the two series, and I myself stumbled upon them almost a year apart! Thankfully, I had read ‘The Adair Legacy’ first; otherwise, it would have been a bit of a spoiler.

I love the way Kate’s character has been written and also how beautifully it has shaped up over the course of the 8 books. While all other characters are flitting in and out, she is the only constant. Even if briefly, she appears in all the books and makes her appearance count (always the ‘matchmaker’)! Also, being the former vice-president, you almost don’t expect the homey atmosphere of ‘Winston Estate’ which welcomes you to the books, especially in ‘The Adair Legacy’ series.

Both the series are the individual stories of three brothers and their sister, with the only exception being the sister’s daughter replacing her in ‘The Adair Legacy’ (which makes Kate a Grandma!)

Her Secret, His Duty (by Carla Cassidy)
(The Adair Legacy #1)
What I felt about this one is that it could have had a bit more romance. And the same goes for:
Carrying His Secret (by Marie Ferrarella)
(The Adair Affairs #5)
Appearing under the category of ‘Romantic Suspense’ these two appeared to have missed the romance a little.
Similarities: Both are classic M&B ‘secret’ pregnancy tropes with the eldest sons (Trey and Whit) heading their respective businesses while the female protagonists (Debra and Elizabeth) work for one of their parents (part office romance).

Executive Protection (by Jennifer Morey)
(The Adair Legacy #2)
And
The Marine’s Temptation (again, by Jennifer Morey)
(The Adair Affairs #6)
Similarities: The first one above has the lady convincing the man about falling in love while the second one is vice-versa. But of course, it is only if you narrow it down to that; otherwise, both the books are great to read.

Now’s where the order is getting a bit muddled, as far as similarities are concerned.
Special Ops Rendezvous (by Karen Anders)
(The Adair Legacy #3)
Secret Service Rescue (by Elle James)
(The Adair Legacy #4)
And
Secret Agent Boyfriend (Addison Fox)
(The Adair Affairs #7)
Heir to Murder (by Elle James)
(The Adair Affairs #8)
Similarities: While #4 and #7 have secret agents (Daniel and Derek) acting out as boyfriends to their respective female protagonists (Shelby and Landry) as a ruse for investigative purposes, #4 and #8 are all about long-lost identities (of Shelby and Jackson).

While the first series deals almost entirely with an ‘attempt to murder’, the second series deals with an ‘actual’ murder.

And one thing which is common to all of them is that ‘someone is always trying to kill someone’, so definitely suspenseful!

Special Mention: Be sure not to miss Elle James’ books as both of the titles will send you on a roller-coaster ride of nail-gripping action. (I am writing this while searching for more Elle James books. I have fallen in love with her writing!)

Boggled your brains? Well, read it out and then you will know!

Originally posted at:
My Blog @ Shaina's Musings
Crossroads
Crossroads
If you knew nothing about the Catholic church you might think it was all about soup kitchens. Though helping the poor is a key element Christianity so is prayer and, supposedly, a transcendent comprehension of God. What we get in 'Crossroads' are a few moments in which a 20 something seminarian, wrestling with romantic desires, spouts occasional formulaic acknowledgements of divine reality but never is seen to pray. After watching this desultory young man for an hour or so we get the sense that his interest in nature, as evidence by his fascination with a Gecko in his sleeping quarters, a young woman of wonderful sweetness, as well as the satellites spinning in heaven above, are far more real to him than a relationship with the divine. It is no wonder that the mentor priests in charge of his religious career are in doubt. The subject matter of the movie is of interest to those with spiritual aspirations as it presents the often difficult tension between ordinary life and one dedicated to faith. But this potential fails to satisfy as Peter, the priest 'to be or not to be,' seems only moderately interested in his own fate. If you want to see what it is like to have a serious conflict between the pull of religious dedication and secular life, check out Audrey Hepburn in 'The Nun's Story.'
Never Send Flowers: James Bond Series 13
Never Send Flowers: James Bond Series 13
I didn’t really enjoy reading Never Send Flowers and I was happy that it was a short 244 pages long.

The plot and characters were disappointing after John Gardner showed us what he is capable of in the excellent "The Man from Barbarossa" and "Death is Forever". I also made the mistake of reading the blurb on the back of the book and for the second time with this series the publisher let slip one of the major plot points.

Never Send Flowers reads like a detective book rather than a spy thriller – Bond is on the trail of a serial killer who has committed a string of high-profile assassinations as well as the murder of an MI5 asset on vacation in Switzerland. It is the murder of this ‘sister’ that brings MI6 onto the scene.

As he travels from European location to European location our plucky hero as usual meets a couple of disappointingly sexually clichéd women, at least one insane villain (who has his own castle and an unexplained supply of explosives) and ends the story going mano a mano with the villain in EuroDisney of all places.

The lowest point of the experience for me was reading about Bond’s uncharacteristic enjoyment of the theme park which is obviously a reflection of the author’s views and follows a clumsy low-ebbing section of exposition disguised as an interrogation scene – something I have come to strongly dislike about Gardner’s writing. Amongst other traits (alcoholism, misogyny, racism) James Bond is an unabashed snob (a reflection of Ian Flemings mores no doubt) and I find it incredulous to think that such a man would enjoy Mickey Mouse or riding on a Star Wars themed ride. Ridiculous.
Hunchback [VHS]
Hunchback [VHS]
The famous Victor Hugo story has been filmed so many times since the silent film era (like the 1923 version "The Hunchback of Notre Dame" starring Lon Chaney as Quasimodo, deformed bell ringer of Notre Dame Cathedral). Now you are looking at the 1997 made-for-TV version which I find fairly entertaining even though you can hardly call it a faithful adaptation. But anyway, I didn't like the original story's ending very much.

Mandy Patinkin is Quasimodo with special make-up. Salma Hayek is Esmeralda (with several dancing scenes that are downplayed for TV) while Richard Harris is Frollo, archdeacon obsessed with his love, or lust, for Esmeralda. Three major actors are all very good, especially late Richard Harris showing a completely different turn from that of benign Professor Dumbledore, but you may regret the lack of character development in them.

Some characters of the book are missing to make room for the story of the major ones and some incidents are drastically changed. A murder is committed, but in an entirely differently way, making the murderer's motive much less convincing. But they managed to put in a goat.

The Emmy-nominated production designs are decent, but the streets of Paris sometimes look more like some village in Eastern Europe (where it was actually shot). But maybe that was intentional. Perhaps you may prefer Charles Laughton's Quasimodo, but this version has its moments.
urBeats In-Ear Headphones - Black (Renewed)
urBeats In-Ear Headphones - Black (Renewed)
The beats earbuds were a gift for my 14 year old son. I did not open the box when I received it but instead held onto them for a month before I gave them too my son for his bday. He was crushed that the beats don't work at all when we opened the box. The box was also missing the instructions and manual. Selling used, non-functioning products as if they were new is unfair. Please accept a return of this item.
LOCHAS Ultra Soft Fluffy Rugs Faux Fur Sheepskin Area Rug for Bedroom Bedside Living Room Carpet Nursery Washable Floor Mat, 2x4 Feet Spa Blue
LOCHAS Ultra Soft Fluffy Rugs Faux Fur Sheepskin Area Rug for Bedroom Bedside Living Room Carpet Nursery Washable Floor Mat, 2x4 Feet Spa Blue
Great budget-friendly faux fur rug! I've bought 4 of these now :) Not the most luxurious, obviously, let's be realistic for a $30 tag! BUT, I have 2 small children and 2 cats, along with a construction working husband, and I have always loved the faux fur rug look- Specifically, in white, which under normal circumstances would make me a crazy person but I thought what the heck, I'll try one out for the price and see how it does. I bought a hard bristle boot brush for it, and use baby wipes to "spot wipe" once a week plus a quick brush. Once a month I run it through a slow speed cycle in the wash with just a small amount of soap and an extra rinse, air/fluff dry in the dryer for 30 minutes, then air dry the rest of the way and re-fluff with brush. Minimal shedding and it's held up great, would definitely recommend if you love the look but don't want to pay hundreds for similar rugs!
Organic Moong Dal USDA Certified Organic European Union Certified Organic Pesticides Free Adulteration Free Sodium Free - 2 Lbs - 24 Mantra Organic
Organic Moong Dal USDA Certified Organic European Union Certified Organic Pesticides Free Adulteration Free Sodium Free - 2 Lbs - 24 Mantra Organic
Split mung lentils without the green skins are the best basic dal you can make, quick cooking and the right type for receiving all those good spices. Much better than the red or pink little lentils often used for their quick-cooking properties.This product is just fine, so don't be grossed out by a few bubbles. It's normal for the lentils to get foamy when rinsed, and you should rinse them, even tho they are quite clean looking. Pick out any little black ones or tiny stones, though you are unlikely to find those. Even after rinsing, some foam might rise as they start to cook, and all you do is skim it off with a spoon, it's not a problem and doesn't mean there is anything wrong. In the very unlikely event that I ever received an infested package of these (I haven't), I would just ask the company to replace it, because that could potentially happen to any company. This dal is perfect for making kitcheri.
TaoTronics TT-EE006 Electric Pressure Cookbook 6QT, 10-in-1 Multi-Use, 16 Programs, Slow, Rice Cooker, Steamer, Sauté Pot, Yogurt Maker, Food Warmer, Sterilizer, 6 QT
TaoTronics TT-EE006 Electric Pressure Cookbook 6QT, 10-in-1 Multi-Use, 16 Programs, Slow, Rice Cooker, Steamer, Sauté Pot, Yogurt Maker, Food Warmer, Sterilizer, 6 QT
I am new to electric pressure cookers,so was a bit frustrated at first. What i have learned: the second seal is a spare. The measuring cup holds 3/4 to the top. Ignore the markings on it. There is a barely discernible arrow on the lid which lines up with the barely discernible unlock image on the pot. A quick turn to the right and you are ready to go. The seal and vent knob is loose, but sure enough when you turn it to the seal designation the pot will seal. It seems that when you select pressure cook you can choose high or low. You can add or subtract time from the 30 minute default setting. The saute function is hot, but good for my purposes. If you don't cancel when cooking is done the pot keeps the stuff warm. Not sure if that delays the pressure releasing naturally. I made potatoes in 12 minutes which I then mashed, perfect texture, and chicken tortilla soup, prepped and cooked in 1 hour even using frozen broth. I pressure cooked for 20 minutes. Tastes great. I like the stainless steel pot, seems sturdy and is easy to clean. Now to find a place to put it! I would recommend this.
TRU Dual Crock Buffet Slow Cooker S-2125
TRU Dual Crock Buffet Slow Cooker S-2125
these work perfectly. i love the convince of having 1 item plugged in with 2 crocks on. the size of the crocks are a bit small but i really like them. the writing on the side is a little difficult to read when setting the temp control but over all. they work great, are easy to to clean. i use them a few times a week when i prepare food for the parents.

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