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Ha, I have my breakfast
Date: 2020/02/08 09:14 By: Bordello Status: Moderator  
 
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Time, a little after 7 am in Arizona, I have an artichoke cooking in my instant pot and miracle whip for a dipping.

What can I say, I am a kook.

A great weeekend to all,
Old Bordello on the hunt.
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Re:Ha, I have my breakfast
Date: 2020/02/08 11:12 By: AZ Traveler Status: Moderator  
 
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You surely are. Glad to see you are up and stirring. Enjoy the weekend.
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Re:Ha, I have my breakfast
Date: 2020/02/08 12:37 By: Bordello Status: Moderator  
 
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Hey AZ Travler,
It will be a nice weekend here in the vally & you are not too bad for the high country.

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Re:Ha, I have my breakfast
Date: 2020/02/08 15:50 By: Carolina Q Status: Moderator  
 
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Bob, I didn't realize you had an Instant Pot. If you're interested, try this pot roast recipe. Quite possibly the best beef roast I've ever had!

https://www.pressurecookrecipes.com/instant-pot-pot-roast/

Their's...


Mine...


I cooked the meat for 50 minutes instead of their suggested 45. Their's looked like they had to slice it and I was looking for something more pullable. 50 was perfect for my not very thick chuck. Total time was about 2:45 including prep, pressurizing, cook times and natural release).
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Re:Ha, I have my breakfast
Date: 2020/02/08 20:13 By: Bordello Status: Moderator  
 
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CQ, Actually I have 2, a 6 qt dual & a mini, love them both. I will try your recipe as long as the beef comes out like well cooked stew meat, I like that. Thanks for posting.

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Re:Ha, I have my breakfast
Date: 2020/02/09 11:19 By: Carolina Q Status: Moderator  
 
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Bordello wrote:
I will try your recipe as long as the beef comes out like well cooked stew meat, I like that.

It's almost like pulled pork. VERY tender! They say to cook for 45 minutes. You can always stop there, have a taste, and then cook another 5 minutes if necessary, like I did. The second pic above should give you a good idea of what a 50 minute cook does.
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