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Old 03-19-2018, 11:37   #1231
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I have the 6 qt. 9 in 1. Bought it directly from Instant Pot, free shipping and 10.00 cheaper than anyone else. I read a lot of the reviews before settling on IP. There is no shortage of recipes on the web to work from.
Thanks. How long does it take to bleed off the pressure when cooking time completed?
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Old 03-19-2018, 12:29   #1232
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Thanks. How long does it take to bleed off the pressure when cooking time completed?
There is a natural bleed down which could take up to 20 minutes, the manual bleed takes perhaps a minute with lots of steam coming out. If I wait 7 minutes after the pressure cook is finished then do a manual bleed it does not take all that long, less than a minute.
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Old 03-20-2018, 13:52   #1233
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Mi Esposa, made Chicken Paramginna, which is the best Ive ever had! Could not think of a better way to break in my new EDC from CR , the large Inkosi.
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Old 03-20-2018, 16:52   #1234
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Mi Esposa, made Chicken Paramginna, which is the best Ive ever had! Could not think of a better way to break in my new EDC from CR , the large Inkosi.
I hope that's on the menu when we come out your way to dine.
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Old 03-20-2018, 17:16   #1235
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cb, Mi casa su casa, whatever you like, it would be my pleasure.
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Old 03-17-2019, 15:05   #1236
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Corned Beef

The Mrs. made the Soda Bread and I did the rest, it could not have been any better. Did the whole meal minus the bread in my Instant Pot.

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Old 03-18-2019, 06:06   #1237
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The Mrs. made the Soda Bread and I did the rest, it could not have been any better. Did the whole meal minus the bread in my Instant Pot.
#1 daughter prepared the same simple Irish Sunday Meal of taters, carrots, cabbage, and corned beef in her trusty crock-pot.

I even managed to grab the leftovers on the way out the door.

A reminder for those not endowed with Irish heritage..

If you are not IRISH but celebrate St Patrick's Day you are misappropriating Irish Culture.

Now,, Buy a round and I'll see if I can forgive you, you bloody racist bastard(S)

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Old 03-18-2019, 07:30   #1238
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If you are not IRISH but celebrate St Patrick's Day you are misappropriating Irish Culture.
Rumor has it, Elizabeth Warren is 1/1024th Irish, too, and proudly embraces her Irish heritage....
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Old 04-22-2019, 11:34   #1239
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Had the Easter Bunny over for dinner!

Easter made me think of the Easter Bunny. So that's what we had for dinner. Made rabbit stew (French-style) the day before Easter then let it sit in the fridge overnight and heated it up the next day . Served it over rice.

It surprised the hell out of my wife who had never eaten rabbit before. She couldn't stop saying how good it was and now wants to try other recipes.

Too bad that it is so much more expensive than chicken.. it is a much tastier meat IMHO.
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Old 04-22-2019, 14:56   #1240
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...it is a much tastier meat IMHO.
I am of that opinion as well. It's really good in stews and brown gravies over rice. Some of my favorite hunting as well. Sounds like you had a great meal....
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Old 04-23-2019, 06:36   #1241
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I am of that opinion as well. It's really good in stews and brown gravies over rice. Some of my favorite hunting as well. Sounds like you had a great meal....
It was very good. Going to put it on the menu. It was the first time that I've had rabbit in probably 30 years. My dad didn't hunt, but he got me a shotgun when I was in HS and I went small game hunting by myself periodically. After joining the Army I pretty much stopped small game hunting.. so no more rabbits.
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Old 05-17-2019, 23:32   #1242
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gosh dang.

It's only been a few years since I've checked in (a move and kids will reorder priorities....)
In no particular order:
Beef chow mein
Korean black bean noodles and spring rolls
Beef pad see ew
Dom Yum soup with shrimp, panang curry with beef, jasmine rice, and chicken larb salad
chicken pad thai with paw pia tod
green curry with chicken and rice - Auntie Daeng's recipe


Well, looks like I've screwed up some how and can't upload pictures....it's late, so you'll just have to use imagination
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Old 05-18-2019, 07:57   #1243
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It's only been a few years since I've checked in (a move and kids will reorder priorities....)
In no particular order:
Beef chow mein
Korean black bean noodles and spring rolls
Beef pad see ew
Dom Yum soup with shrimp, panang curry with beef, jasmine rice, and chicken larb salad
chicken pad thai with paw pia tod
green curry with chicken and rice - Auntie Daeng's recipe


Well, looks like I've screwed up some how and can't upload pictures....it's late, so you'll just have to use imagination
If nothing else it sounds real good!
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Old 05-20-2019, 10:47   #1244
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A day late but I made a great pot roast in my dutch oven on my Big Green Egg yesterday.
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