Instant Pot Programmable Pressure Cooker – Product Review

 

What would you say if we told you that you could have ONE appliance that could be a…
  • pressure cooker
  • roaster
  • slow cooker
  • rice cooker
  • vegetable steamer
  • yogurt maker
  • custard cooker
  • cake and bread baker
  • saute’ and pan fry
  • and MORE!!

…and that only took up a total of 15 cubic inches in your cabinet?   You’d tell us that we’re crazy, right? Well, we’ve found the Instant Pot!

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This History of and Making the Perfect Margarita

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It’s been said that the Margarita was invented by Carlos “Danny” Herrera at the Rancho La Gloria (his restaurant) in Mexico; halfway between Tijuana and Rosarito in 1938ish. He concocted this spirited mixture for one of his customers, former Ziegfeld dancing showgirl, Marjorie King, who frequented his watering hole on her way to Ensenada.  However…

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Shrimp & Spinach Garlic Herb Béchamel Sauce on Penne Pasta – Galley Recipe

 

Since full-timing, this is my outlet where I can let loose of my creative juices.  Its where I can make a mess and be proud of it because of the masterpiece I’ve plated that tastes like it belongs in a five star restaurant. Here, I will be sharing my Shrimp & Spinach Garlic Herb Béchamel Sauce on Penne Pasta.

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How We Shop at the Farmer’s Market

 

Before we began our full-time RV Life, we would visit Spencer County’s Farmer’s Market. In our little resident town of Taylorsville, Kentucky, we’d shop for freshly home-grown produce and other provisions.  For twenty bucks, we could fill our cloth tote bags with organic vegetables and grass fed raised beef, handmade soaps and natural tinctures. For a little treat, we’d bring home a loaf of baked bread or sweet rolls and an occasional bouquet of flowers.

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