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    My electric pressure cooker..don't worry about forgetting to lay something out for dinner....from frozen to perfect in 45 minutes..just add everything into the pot and serve it up....much faster than Beaver Clever's mom
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    Quote Originally Posted by PoolDummiesWV View Post
    My electric pressure cooker..don't worry about forgetting to lay something out for dinner....from frozen to perfect in 45 minutes..just add everything into the pot and serve it up....much faster than Beaver Clever's mom
    Most definitely!!!

    I discovered that I liked my Irish corned beef & cabbage dinner just as much from the pressure cooker as o did from the all-day slow braise in the oven. I even corned my own brisket last year and cooked it up in the pressure cooker. It works really well since I am the only one in the house that will eat corned beef (wife & kids despise it generally) so I can buy a little one at the store and easily cook it without impacting anyone else’s meal. Frozen chicken nuggets for them, corned beef dinner with all the fixin’s for me
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    Matt I will help you eat some of that yummmm corned beef!

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    The instant pot was a little over the $20... but seems to be one of those kitchen gadgets you need to own. So much so, we actually took its placement into consideration while designing our kitchen remodel.
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    I have, so far, avoided the InstaPot craze My neighbor, on the other hand, owns two
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    Re: Kitchen Gadgets You Love

    Quote Originally Posted by JoyfulNoise View Post
    I have, so far, avoided the InstaPot craze My neighbor, on the other hand, owns two
    Instapot is just an electric pressure cooker. We've had one for years.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnT View Post
    Instapot is just an electric pressure cooker. We've had one for years.
    I know. We have a Cuisinart electric pressure cooker that does have various cooking options like browning and sautéing. It’s a few years old. The Instant Pot maker just created a fancier looking unit with some catchy marketing buzz and a fun recipe book. Not quite the Juicero of electric cookers but pretty close.

    Then there’s this - Instant Pot® Explosion Lawsuit | Instant Pot Lawyer, Attorney
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    Re:  Kitchen Gadgets You Love

    Quote Originally Posted by JoyfulNoise View Post
    Attempted the poaching this morning. Results -

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    The eggs needed a bit more cook time (or, more water in the base) than the instructions indicated. I was, however, using store bought eggs straight from the fridge so the eggs were cold. I bet if one uses fresh egg that are unrefrigerated, it probably more closely matches their water levels. Sadly, I had no English muffins, Canadian bacon and Hollandaise sauce BUT the eggs came out good.
    Eggcellent work!
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