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Recipes & Cooking / Re: Instant Pot!
« Last post by Stinky10 on Today at 02:01:34 PM »
I'm eating my IP chili right now


2 lbs ground beef - browned in the IP, then added spices, onions, some water, then three cans of beans, then one small, one large can of tomatoes

10 mins NPR


not really quicker than doing it stove top - and it's different - my stop top chili is really bright - very tomatoey - this is darker, more cooked tasting

I like both
Recipes & Cooking / Re: Instant Pot!
« Last post by becca on Today at 01:43:39 PM »
Iíll cook my rice in the IP.  I have an extra pot.  If I am doing both parts of a meal in the IP, Iíll do the rice first, then the other dish, or vice versa.  Iíve never owned a rice cooker.  I used to do it on the stove.

I want to try doing the rice with something else, but need to find something where the timing is all matched up.  I thought maybe I could do meatloaf and rice together, but we donít typically have rice with meatloaf.  Iíve yet to do a meatloaf in the IP.

Iím not sure it replaces a good rice cooker.  I always have some sticking.  Not much, but need to soak the pot and scrub it after rice.  But dd and I like the sticky rice texture from the IP.

I use my IP most often for broth/stock, soup, Mac and cheese but Iím trying to avoid that, lol.  I make hard boiled eggs in it, quick meats, if Iíve not planned ahead well enough, like the chili lime chicken, or pork tenderloin like a pulled pork.  Iíve quicky used it to sautť taco meat.
So sad  :-[

Sandblasting with walnut shells is actually listed on our master list (first post in this thread), but I had forgotten it was on there.  I need to periodically read that post as a refresher/reminder.


On Oct. 2, Justin Mathews went to work at the Rossdale fire station. He was there to test the air quality because another company had just been inside sandblasting old lead paint off the walls.

His family said he was inside the building for about 20 minutes when he started having trouble breathing, walked outside and collapsed
Recipes & Cooking / Re: Instant Pot!
« Last post by BensMom on Today at 07:57:19 AM »
So what do you do for rice becca? Do you use a rice cooker or cook it on the stove top? (I've never actually made ride in a pot on the stove. DH introduced me to rice cookers and that's all I've ever used.)
Traveling & Restaurants / Re: Qdoba
« Last post by GoingNuts on Today at 05:53:46 AM »
We are getting our first Qdoba in the area soon.  I'll have to let my SFA peeps know.  Thanks for the heads up.
Traveling & Restaurants / Qdoba
« Last post by Mezzo on Yesterday at 11:51:44 PM »
Heads up - Qdoba now has shrimp tacos. A sign on the door says to talk to staff if you have a shellfish allergy.
Recipes & Cooking / Re: Instant Pot!
« Last post by becca on Yesterday at 07:41:02 PM »
I have the set Stinky linked.  I havenít used it yet.  The issue being doesnít the rice and food require the same cooking time to work with pot in pot method?
Main Discussion Board / Re: Our Son Passed Away
« Last post by SilverLining on Yesterday at 06:51:23 PM »
Sesame is a difficult one. A bit easier for me now because Canada has included it in compulsory labelling as an added ingredient and more companies are choosing to label it as a may contain up here.

Flu shots are "coming soon" but I'll have to wait until my cold clears up.
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