Powered By Mom’s Power Pressure Cooker XL Giveaway!

Open to US Only Ends 4/30


My sister-in-law just used this very post – for our Easter Dinner.  Everything turned out so moist and tender AND it cooked in no time at all!

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Power Pressure Cooker XL Giveaway

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Power Pressure Cooker XL Giveaway

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10 thoughts on “Power Pressure Cooker XL Giveaway

  1. I am still trying new recipes but so far my kids and I like pulled pork so probably would do that first

  2. I have a nice pork roast in my freezer that I’ve been planning on using for bbq pulled pork. That’s what I’d love to make first in this. I’ve heard that you can make wonderful, tender pulled pork in a fraction of the time with a pressure cooker.

  3. Pork chops and spanish rice, a recipe my mother made when we were young, she made it in a pressure cooker and I haven’t had it in years

  4. I think maybe a pot roast but later I would make jam when I learn more about process of making it better.

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