Pressure Cooker Mashed Potatoes

Pressure Cooker Mashed Potatoes

“Pressure” is one of those odd words in the English language. Sometimes used to describe physical force exerted, influence, or persuasion, this time of year we tend to think of stressful urgency. After all, isn’t that what cooking around holiday time seems to feel like?

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Chicken and Mushrooms in Creamy White Wine Sauce

Chicken and Mushrooms in Creamy White Wine Sauce

Julia Childs once said, “I enjoy cooking with wine, sometimes I even put it in the food…” In reality, it seems like all food is better when cooked with/in wine. Water and broth just don’t cut it. In order to achieve layers of flavour, some form of alcohol needs to be included. That’s just the way it is.

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Pork Shoulder Roast with Garlic and Herb Aioli for Pressure Cooker

Pork Shoulder Roast with Garlic and Herb Aioli for Pressure Cooker

So, this may be my newest addiction. I can’t seem to get enough of it. I’m sure there will be dozens of ways to serve this pork – fried rice, breakfast scramble, on a salad – but so far, I can’t get beyond straight out of the pan.

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Pulled Beef, Beer, and Roasted Garlic Sandwiches

Pulled Beef with Roasted Garlic Sandwiches

Every once in a while something from my kitchen doesn’t turn out very well. A flop. Disaster. Epic failure. At those times, inevitably, one of my kids says, “You should have followed a recipe, Mom”. I did! It just wasn’t a very good recipe! But in reality, recipes are just guidelines. I seldom follow them exactly, but alter them to match the ingredients I have on hand, or according to my instinct of what will taste great.

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