You've almost certainly heard of the Instant Pot by now. It combines seven kitchen appliances into one, including a pressure cooker, slow cooker, rice cooker, steamer, and yogurt maker, just to name a few. It cooks things in a flash, so you'll be eating in no time, which is the highest recommendation a cooking product can possibly have.
Promising review: “After a childhood experience that involved a pressure cooker spewing black beans all over the ceiling, I had no interest in ever trying a pressure cooker again. Until I started hearing about the Instant Pot. I've had it three weeks, and have used the pressure cooker function to make dishes as varied as black bean soup, butternut squash soup, dulce de leche, and cheesecake, and have also made yogurt using the yogurt function. My favorite aspect of it is that you set it and walk away. No more having to monitor the temperature. No more having to time the pressure phase. I also like the fact that the sauté function allows you to brown the onions or meat in the same pot, before adding the other ingredients and cooking at pressure. I'm big on avoiding recipes that create a lot of dirty dishes. I'm planning on giving away my slow cooker, canceling my tentative plans to buy a rice maker, and happily crossing a yogurt maker off of my list.” —A. Jennerjahn
Get a 6-quart model from Amazon for $69.99.