Anne defined the problem: she needed a slow cooker that would keep her food cool through the night and then turn on and start cooking at the right time. Was such an invention possible?
It took over ten years to perfect the invention. The CoolCooker spent plenty of time on kitchen tables and in basements. It’s been through many prototypes and hundreds of hours of testing to create the most efficient system of ductwork, fans, heat sinks, materials effectiveness and electronic controls. Brian and Anne traveled three times to the International Home + Housewares Show in Chicago, and presented their invention appliance companies. It’s been a long journey.
But the CoolCooker does just what they wanted it to: now they can make dinner the night before, set the timer, and come home to a home-cooked meal—with no steps in between.