Please note contest is now closed and Lisa in the winner!!! I hope you make a fantastic chili in your Instant Pot Lisa. 🙂
Workman sent me a copy to check out and is partnering with me for a giveaway for the cookbook How to Instant Pot by Daniel Shumski!
The Prize Pack!
Not only that, they have agreed to give a copy and a trivet set and potholders to safely serve your hands-off meals!
“Daniel Shumski is a writer and editor who has hunted ramen in Tokyo for the Washington Post and tracked down ice cream in Buenos Aires for the Los Angeles Times. Between stints at the Chicago Sun-Times and the Chicago Tribune, he worked for a Midwestern heirloom apple orchard. He lives in Montreal.”
I have only just begun my studying of How to Instant Pot by Daniel Shumski but I can tell you right now that it is incredibly informative and this author thinks outside of the box:
“The only Instant Pot cookbook that is organized by function, How to Instant Pot is both a guide to understanding the Instant Pot basics and a foodie’s creative collection of over 100 recipes specially crafted to take advantage of the Instant Pot’s many virtues, from cooking perfect risotto in six minutes, no stirring required, to five kinds of yogurt, to creating one-hour killer chili and soups from scratch, using dried beans.”
Yes, there probably will be great recipes but what I like about it already is that it teaches you creative ways to use the pressure cooker like jam making or what I am doing right now… Attempting to make homemade ricotta for the first time!
For the first time EVER on my site this giveaway is open to U.S. residents only! So sorry Canadians but it is American foodies’ turn. To enter you must sign up for my newsletter (no spam ever and extra chances to win at my giveaways) and leave a comment about what you would look up first in this cookbook!
That is it! Pretty simple right? Good luck foodies!!!
I would love to try making the lemon thyme steamed shrimp!
Krystle Campbell says
I think I’d scoot straight to pasta dishes! I live just outside Pittsburgh, PA and while there are certain foods here I really enjoy(pieroggi for one) all the pasta at restaurants seems overcooked 🙁 I love homemade sauces and the like, but I frequently don’t have the time. Time seems to be the gift Instant Pot loves to gives.
This is great!…now we American foodies have a chance at your awesome giveaways…I have been reading about the Instant Pot for quite awhile now and really can’t decide if one is totally worth buying or not. Now, with a chance to read a cookbook with just Instant Pot recipes, I’m sure I’ll decide that yes, it definitely is worth it as just the few recipes that you mentioned sound wonderful!
I live in Gig Harbor, Washington-state, so we’re kinda neighbors! 🙂 Just like Vancouverites, we enjoy all kinds of fresh seafood but since I’m half Italian, I would probably start with the risotto and like you…the ricotta recipe! That jam looks pretty dang delicious too though!
I would love to look up allergy friendly recipes (or ones I can easily adjust) for my multiple food allergy son!
Cathe Ekas says
Suzie, Thanks for the US opportunity. I’ve been wanting to buy an Instant Pot. This would be wonderful.
I live in Glide, Oregon, 20 miles from I-5, which would take me right to you, in about 10 hours. I love to eat anything I bake. It is my favorite thing to do.
Barbara Anderson says
Hey neighbor! Just down the hill from you in Dixonville! 😀 You are probably above all this darn fog we’ve had for over a week.
Arthur Martin says
I would do an old fashion pot roast.
My mom always used a pressure cooker when I was growing up. It scared me though! The idea of this instant pot is intriguing to me. I’d look to see if there was a recipe similar to one she made that we called Strip Steak – very tender strips of beef with mushrooms.
Barbara Anderson says
I’m thinking this would make super baby back ribs.
Susan Highland says
Well, you tempted me. I’d be making homemade ricotta. Thanks for the chance!
What a super cool giveaway, Suzie!
I’ve never tried anything sweet with my IP, so the first thing I’d try would be that tempting blueberry jam in the picture!
And what? I wasn’t subscribed to your newsletter yet! Gahh!!!
I would dig into chicken recipes, probably chicken curry rice.
Laura S says
I am always on the lookout for new chicken recipes!!
Lisa Brown says
I would cook chili in the cooker; subscribed.
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I would love some vegetable soup with pot roast. I know that sounds iffy but it is so delicious and made in one of these would be awesome!!
Breakfasts! I’m always looking for quick, nutrient dense breakfasts.