What are some things I consider absolute necessities? Hmmmm. . .
ELECTRIC PRESSURE COOKER
an absolute necessity. . . especially if you plan to cook beans, rice, or pasta at altitude. Ya can’t get water to boil up there. . .
but I use it even for everyday cooking. It makes an awesome deep fryer (without the pressure portion of course.)
I excel in one pot meals, so I use it for that. . .often!
It’s just one of those things I’m glad I discovered. . .this is by RIVAL. . .and I found it at Big Lots for about $57. . .something like that.
A glorified, and expensive hot plate, that requires pots, pans, and skillets that a magnet will stick to the bottom of, but I love it because, the pan heats up immediately. . .to a specified temperature that you can set. . .the burner itself does NOT get hot. . .I can use it inside or outside. . .and because I hate my RV stove, I can cook on it almost exclusively.
Induction Burners love, love, love cast iron, and I have a small round cast iron griddle to grill steaks on. . .fabulous combination. I would love to have more cast iron to use on it. . .but alas. . .the weight. . .so. . .only the griddle. (sigh!)
LOCK N LOCK CONTAINERS
In my opinion, the ultimate in storage containers. . .they have a seal that prevents leakage, so they are fantastic for storing saucy items in the fridge. . .nothing’s gonna splash out!
Sometimes I can find them at Walmart, but lately I seem to have better luck finding them at those specialty Kitchen Stores in the outlet mall. . .you know which ones I mean!
Our gate guard friends have been writing about having a mouse invasion. . .they, the mice, especially love their doritos. . .as you can see, what’s left of my doritos are safely ensconced in plastic. . .not that I’m doing it to keep them from the mice. . .but just in case! Our nemesis seems to be sugar ants. . .sometimes they pop up everywhere. . .keeps them out too!
I can’t think of any other “can’t live without” items at the moment. . .but I’m sure as soon as I push the send button, I’ll remember several more. . .
What are your “I can’t be without them” items. . .everyone’s list is different. . .so please share!
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