Instant Pot, Meals in Minutes
There is a lot of great information on electronic pressure cookers—all kinds of recipes, tutorials, tips, reviews, and live cooking videos. However, despite all the information and resources, hands-on help might be what you need to fully utilize all the functions of your electronic pressure cooker.
OSU Extension, Darke County, is excited to announce our Instant Pot course for beginners! We’ve sifted through all our information and recipes and streamlined it into a perfect step-by-step learning process that is perfect for beginners.
Come and join these interactive workshops, where we learn how to use the functions of an instant pot, how to cook safely and confidently, and will prepare and sample a dish. One participant shared, “I learned a lot from this class! It was nice to find out how to use the preset buttons.” Another shared, “I would definitely recommend this class. I learned how the pressure cooker works and all the safety features.” If you are interested in learning more, or are considering purchasing an electronic programmable pressure cooker, then this workshop is for you.
Dr. Roseanne Scammahorn, Family and Consumer Sciences Educator for Ohio State University Extension, Darke County, will be hosting two introductions to Electronic Programmable Pressure Cookers workshops:
• Thursday, March 3rd, 10:00 AM, at the Worch Memorial Public Library, 790 South Center Street, Versailles. To register for the March 3rd, Worch Memorial Public Library workshop, please contact Meme Marlow, Director, at email@example.com or 937-526-3416.
• Friday, March 11th, 1:00 PM, at the New Madison Public Library, 142 S. Main St., New Madison. To register for the March 11th, New Madison Public Library workshop, please contact Brenda Miller, Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 937-996-1741.
There is no cost for these programs, but pre-registration is required. Class sizes are limited to 20 participants.
If you would like to host a workshop for your club or organization, please contact Dr. Roseanne Scammahorn at 937-548-5215 or Scammahorn.email@example.com.