Frugal Cooking, but with no picture
November 20, 2020 2:57pm CST
Sleeping in late, I woke up a bit hungry. It was about 12:15 p.m. when I finally ate. I had a bit of leftover mushroom risotto and a little bit of roasted sweet red peppers in my refrigerator. Using those things, a bit of onion, and an egg, I cooked up a nice "fried rice" concoction, which hit the spot, and gave me the protein and energy to get on with my day. I have yet to have a cup of coffee today.
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Thanks, hon. I was wondering....you mentioned cookbooks for Instant Pot. I am looking for one that has basic how to use and how to cook basics. I really don't need a lot of recipes. Is there one that you would recommend specifically for that? Also, I am contemplating another kitchen purchase today or tomorrow of an Oster french door, toaster/convection oven. Costco price w/additional sale savings: $99.99 Have you any opinion or experience with these?
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@TheSojourner The one Instant Pot cookbook that I've given out as gifts to new owners is this one. My ex still has my copy and he uses it often. I've given it to my sister and my mother also. No opinion on a toaster oven. I haven't had one in several years.
The Essential Instant Pot Cookbook: Fresh and Foolproof Recipes for Your Electric Pressure Cooker: Morante, Coco: 9780399580888:
The Essential Instant Pot Cookbook: Fresh and Foolproof Recipes for Your Electric Pressure Cooker [Morante, Coco] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Essential Instant Pot Cookbook: Fresh and Foolproof Recipes for Your Electric Pressur
Well. well. The Private Legion of Mylot Fun Police fines you $yyyy.kkkk for not posting the leftovers (or whatever was or were there). So you need to either entertain us with some Poor Jokes (PJs) or some silly stories. As per the Fun Police, you are here to entertain us and enjoy your time and not miss on such valuable details !!