Summer and an extremely busy work schedule have both hit at the same time. I am spending less time in my kitchen and so (unfortunately) there isn’t a lot going on there at the moment. It’s the season of what I call “non cooking”. What is that? Fresh vegetables simply cooked or raw, dressed lightly, and served at their peak. With a bit of wonderful bread or toast, and meat quickly cooked on the BBQ, it’s a dinner fit for kings and queens.
There is one new thing in my kitchen and I would love to hear ideas on how to use it from you good readers.
This is supposed to do it all…make yogurt, be a rice cooker, slow cooker, and pressure cooker all in one. It’s actually the first and last items that got my interest. I love yogurt but haven’t made my own in years, it’s time. I just purchased a new cookbook “Yogurt” by Ann Fletcher
and am looking forward to experimenting. Does anyone have the cookbook? Any favorites or tips for making yogurt?
I’ve been hearing more and more about bone broth made in a pressure cooker. My mother had a pressure cooker, one of those ones that you put on the stove with a little whistling cap on top. It terrified me. The Fagor looks safer and easier to use for the faint of heart. If you have any good recipes using a pressure cooker, I would love to hear about them.
I am looking forward to reading the other posts on “In My Kitchen“, there is usually a lot of activity in kitchens around the world. You can read all about it in posts listed at Celia’s place, Fig Jam and Lime Cordial.