Single-purpose gadgets rarely do anything other than clutter your kitchen. One of tomorrow's special offers at ALDI is a prime example: a gravy warmer. You do not need this product. You are not eating gravy that often, and if it isn't warm enough, you more than likely own a microwave. Plus you know someone will end up tripping over the cord. Resist! [ALDI]
You Do Not Need A Gravy Warmer
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