There's a New Friends-Themed Slow Cooker So You Can Channel Your Inner Monica Geller

Morgan Raum

Remember that time Jennifer Aniston‘s Friends character Rachel Green accidentally put beef in the trifle!? Well, hopefully you can cook something better with Box Lunch’s newest product: a Friends-themed slow cooker.

Now every superfan of the sitcom can channel their inner Monica Geller and cook up a storm in the kitchen. And with food this good, you’ll want to eat like Joey.

The iconic NBC show ran for ten seasons and is celebrating it’s 25th anniversary this year, so it only makes sense that the product is currently sold out online; however, we’re confident that Box Lunch will be restocking soon given how popular the countertop appliance already is. It’s currently priced at $59.90, which is a pretty good deal for a slow cooker.

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The primarily black and white slow cooker is very in-theme, as it includes iconic sayings like “How you doin’?” and “PIVOT!”

It also features doodles of icons from throughout the show, from the Central Perk coffeehouse sofa and mirrorless picture frame that hung on Monica and Rachel’s apartment door to Phoebe’s grandmother’s yellow cab and the fountain from the famous title sequence.

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If you’re looking for even more Friends content, you can check out PEOPLE’s special edition of the magazine, Friends at 25!

Included in the 96-page photo-filled issue is a flashback exclusive—a visit to the Season One set and interviews with David Schwimmer, Courteney Cox, Jennifer Aniston, Matthew Perry, Matt LeBlanc and Lisa Kudrow just as they were becoming stars.

You’ll also be able to revisit the 10 funniest moments (yes, “Pivot!” made the list), look back at the best guest stars from Reese Witherspoon to Brad Pitt, and hear each cast member’s favorite episode.

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“These women are definitely my sounding boards,” Cox said of Aniston and Kudrow back then. A quarter-century later, they are still close, turning up for weddings, babies, birthdays and girls’ nights out.

PEOPLE’s special issue Friends at 25! is available now on Amazon.