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The Ultimate Christmas Playlist for Cooking in Your Kitchen

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Singing and cooking go hand-in-hand, especially during this festive time of year. Stirring soup in rhythm with a soft Christmas melody, chopping vegetables to an upbeat holiday classic or cleaning up to a more modern winter jingle, there's no better way to get in the spirit than by bringing the holiday music right into your kitchen. Crank up the stereo, throw on your apron and sing and dance along to your favorite artists while a festive dish heats up in your Crock-Pot® Single Hand Cook & Carry® 6-Quart Oval Slow Cooker. Here is the ultimate Christmas playlist for cooking in your kitchen.

Holidays Classics
Let the familiar voices spill from your radio as some of the greatest musicians and artists of all time sing along to holiday classics such as "Walking In A Winter Wonderland," "Jingle Bells," "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas," and "The First Noel." These traditional, softer melodies are best played while you're working on the meal preparation. As you're busy reading recipes, measuring pouring sizes and counting ingredients, these classics will play on as calming background tunes.

Turn up the holiday music and get cooking with loved ones.Turn up the holiday music and get cooking with loved ones.

Top Favorite Christmas Songs
Once you've organized all of the ingredients and are onto the chopping, dicing and mixing stage, crank things up a little bit with the more lively Christmas songs. Popular holiday tunes for dancing such as "Santa Claus Is Coming To Town," "Rocking Around The Christmas Tree," "It's Beginning to Look A Lot Like Christmas," and "Jingle Bell Rock" will really heat things up in the kitchen. Hum along as you prepare your meal to cook and set the dining room table.

Modern Pop Christmas
The newer rock and pop holiday songs sung by emerging musical artists are fun to turn on as you're cleaning up the kitchen after a full day of cooking. These modern Christmas songs will not only get the whole family singing along, but involved in the clean up process as well!



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