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An Instant Pot picnic with pate, savory cheesecake and dessert

I came across a recipe for country pate, a dish I had never tackled, done in the Instant Pot. Brilliant! Instead of being mildly overwhelmed by foil-wrapped bricks, water baths and caul fat, why not pressure cook your forcemeat in a canning jar?

Maker of superhot Instant Pot merges with company behind Pyrex

Instant Brands, the maker of the multifunction cooking appliance Instant Pot, is merging with Corelle Brands, bringing together century-old products like Pyrex glass cookware with a product that has more than 185,000 people following its official Instagram account for recipes.

Cookbook author Laurel Randolph returns to Spokane to cook up Instant Pot magic

The Instant Pot is a popular new kitchen appliance and holiday gift. But do you know how to use it? Laurel Randolph can help. She’s the author of “The Instant Pot No-Pressure Cookbook” and joins The Spokesman-Review Northwest Passages Book Club and local venues for a series of cooking events this coming week.

The Instant Pot meets fine dining – for a good cause

The evening’s guests will savor a gourmet feast cooked right in front of them and displayed on three large video boards across the room. They’ll also learn tips and tricks for using an Instant Pot at home.

Chef’s grand idea goes in the pot … the Instant Pot

Spokane chef Chad White thought it would be fun to prepare a four-course, fine-dining experience using just an Instant Pot. So he’ll do it live for the Northwest Passages Book Club, with help from best-selling Instant Pot cookbook author Laurel Randolph.