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    Quote Originally Posted by doberman 152 View Post
    Always interested i a pressure cooker, is there a pressure cooker for dummies or what.
    The Instant Pot is an electric pressure cooker that is essentially “for dummies.” It comes with a ton of buttons for cooking different things, a cookbook with recipes, charts for every meat, vegetables, etc. There is also a ton of online recipes and probably at least a few people in you friend/family circle that have one. Huge following and tons of cooking advise everywhere.
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    0rion, the pot roast you're talkin' about, is that the one with pepperoncini in it and stuff?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zapper2003 View Post
    0rion, the pot roast you're talkin' about, is that the one with pepperoncini in it and stuff?
    Yeah...that's the one. I tear that shit up. Couple years ago...or maybe 1 year ago we bought the pressure cooker XL. I've always used a regular pressure cooker but after using the electric one I'll never go back to the stove top type. Its an excellent cooker. Next on our list is an air fryer. Would be already had one but they're frigin huge and take up a ton of space. That's the only thing keeping us from buying one.

    Have a new sauce I'm going to buy this week. Big Bob Gibson's Alabama white sauce. Read about it a few times but have never tried it. Supposed to be good on chicken and whole chickens just happen to be on sale here this week. Gonna buy a few to smoke and then deep fry a couple I think.

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    Another one on my list to do when the weather warms up is spatchcock chicken. Been watching Primal Grill with Steven Raichlen alot lately and he did one on there. Peaked my interest. He does a ton of cool shit. I have several of his recipes I want to try.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cutlass View Post
    The Instant Pot is an electric pressure cooker that is essentially “for dummies.” It comes with a ton of buttons for cooking different things, a cookbook with recipes, charts for every meat, vegetables, etc. There is also a ton of online recipes and probably at least a few people in you friend/family circle that have one. Huge following and tons of cooking advise everywhere.
    I'm sold gonna get me one this weekend thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by doberman 152 View Post
    I'm sold gonna get me one this weekend thanks.
    You won't regret it. My wife gets alot of recipes off Pinterest for ours. Stay away from noodle recipes until you get used to using it. Those can be kinda tricky at first until you get it figured out. There's just tons of good recipes out there. I like that it turns into a crock pot basically when you're done so we will start something, go to soccer, and have a hot meal waiting when we get home

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    I bought an air fryer. It works well and definitely does a good job at using less oil. But meal Plan accordingly. They take forever to cook simple things. French Fries? About half an hour AFTER brining for an hour in some water. Wings? If you want crispy skin, 45 minutes or so. Also, buy the biggest sombish you can. The one I got....it holds 6 wings. What a pain in the ass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 0rion View Post
    You won't regret it. My wife gets alot of recipes off Pinterest for ours. Stay away from noodle recipes until you get used to using it. Those can be kinda tricky at first until you get it figured out. There's just tons of good recipes out there. I like that it turns into a crock pot basically when you're done so we will start something, go to soccer, and have a hot meal waiting when we get home
    what should i experiment with first, me and the wife love chicken, can you do like chicken and dumplings?

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    Quote Originally Posted by doberman 152 View Post
    what should i experiment with first, me and the wife love chicken, can you do like chicken and dumplings?
    The first thing we made was chicken breasts. We browned up the outsides in the IPot with the lid off, using the Sauté button. Then we added our honey BBQ sauce in, closed the lid and pressure cooked them.
    They cooked perfectly, tasted good, but were not picture worthy. They had an orange-y Brown look to them that wasn’t visually appealing.
    I think I should have pressure cooked them on the little included rack... above the sauce... then covered them in sauce before serving.
    But hopefully that gives you an idea of the process.

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    So far we have made chicken breasts, baked potatoes, ribs, hamburger helper, and chicken wings in our Instant Pot.

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    We did chicken/dumplings in ours last year....Pinterest recipe. They were decent but not near as good as my regular ones I do on the stove. We've done all kinds of chicken in ours. Also can't beat a good beef roast. Just get on Pintrest and look up pressure cooker recipes. The electric ones are pretty much fool proof. Like I say though....some recipes with noodles and cheese get tricky. We stuck the shit out of some cheese making a Mac and cheese deal. Next time we added cheese at the end and it was much better. Once you get used to using it though it makes dinners a helluva lot easier

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    Quote Originally Posted by 0rion View Post
    We did chicken/dumplings in ours last year....Pinterest recipe. They were decent but not near as good as my regular ones I do on the stove. We've done all kinds of chicken in ours. Also can't beat a good beef roast. Just get on Pintrest and look up pressure cooker recipes. The electric ones are pretty much fool proof. Like I say though....some recipes with noodles and cheese get tricky. We stuck the shit out of some cheese making a Mac and cheese deal. Next time we added cheese at the end and it was much better. Once you get used to using it though it makes dinners a helluva lot easier
    I got on pintrest when i read your post about the wifey getting recipes from them, man everything looks so good but the thing that caught my attention is the Mac n Cheese from this post man who dont love homemade mac n cheese huh.

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    I found ribs and wings yesterday on sale. Ribs were $2.94/lb which worked out to about $8 a rack. The wings were red tagged because yesterday was the date on them. They were still semi frozen so I bought them and vac sealed them up for later.....$5 a family size tray normally $12. I bought a couple. I have a ton of shit in the freezer now from finding those deals.

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    gonna pick up some rib-eyes and marinate them for this weekend i'll post some meaty pics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by doberman 152 View Post
    gonna pick up some rib-eyes and marinate them for this weekend i'll post some meaty pics.
    Plus im gonna make my Amish potato salad

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    Quote Originally Posted by doberman 152 View Post
    gonna pick up some rib-eyes and marinate them for this weekend i'll post some meaty pics.
    Plus im gonna make my Amish potato salad

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    I been on a grilling tear this week. Did pork chops, chicken legs, and burgers so far. Whole chicken is tomorrow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 0rion View Post
    I been on a grilling tear this week. Did pork chops, chicken legs, and burgers so far. Whole chicken is tomorrow.
    How do you keep the chops on the grill from drying out?

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