Who Invented the Crockpot?

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Robert J. Scott is the man who invented the Crock Pot. What we know of today as a crockpot was invented by Mr. Scott while working for the Rival Manufacturing company. Mr. Scott actually developed the ceramic insert (he received a patent for the insert in 1974) to enhance a previous device called the Naxon Beanery All-purpose Cooker invented in 1960.
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