For any of you who don't know what one of these is, let me expand.
The Remoska is a Chzechoslavakian made utensil, invented 60to 70 yrs ago. It comes in three parts. First there is a stainless steel trivet with handles into which fits a pan of about 8" diameter and 3 1/2" depth. On top of the pan goes the stainless pan lid which has a handle with an on/off switch, a glass window in the top and which contains a heating element of about 450watt. The heating element causes the entire device to get hot and in this way it works as an electric pan, or as a small oven, depending on what you're cooking. Hence you can roast, bake, make casseroles, cook pizzas or anything that your imagination comes up with. They aren't a slow cooker but also don't expect quick cooking times. You do need to allow an hour or so for most things. The food they produce is delicious and the non-stick internal coating means easy cleaning. It's capacity is enough for three to four (or in my case - just me!).
They are available at [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] find out how to do proper links) They aren't the cheapest item in the world at £104 (£125 for the 12" 650w version) but they are a superb bit of kit nd I can offer no better recommendation than to say that we have had one of both sizes for about eight years and they both get used every week.