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March 7, 2018

What’s cool in kitchens? Invisibility

This kitchen, designed by Dunagan Diverio of Florida, uses custom cladding appliance fronts and cabinetry to minimize the utilitarian aspects and create and overall cohesive look.

Kitchens tend to be designed as star players on the residential stage. Their role is often aspirational — pro chef’s lair, for example, or the country kitchen from that Italian movie you loved.

But there’s a different story being played out by some kitchen designers today: kitchens that merge seamlessly into the rest of the main living space.

Sometimes that’s because there are space limitations — a smallish apartment, for example, where the kitchen is cheek-to-jowl with every other room. Or there may be plenty of space, but no walls, so each living zone looks into the next.

Some new kitchens are nearly invisible; others employ decorative and design elements that assimilate them into the look of adjoining spaces. Cabinetry is the same style, color, material and finish as other furniture. The color palette is the same or complementary. Lighting and accessories echo those in the principal rooms. Flooring is consistent throughout. Appliances are integrated. Even the island and countertops reflect materials used in adjoining spaces.

The Dunagan Diverio Design Group in Coral Gables, Florida, recently completed a Miami penthouse project with an open floor plan. The clients loved to cook and needed lots of space that functioned well.

“But they also wanted the kitchen to have clean lines and be completely integrated into the home’s design,” says firm co-founder Charlotte Dunagan. “We created a kitchen that flowed directly as part of the great room and living space. The concept we aimed for was to conceal as many of the appliances as possible, even going so far as to find a white oven to blend into the white cabinets.”

It was important to have the finishes all work together, says her partner, Tom Diverio.

“The kitchen really becomes part of the space, especially with the neutral oak wood flooring that continues throughout the home,” he says. “We were also careful to select finishes that were warm and inviting, which appear to be more like furniture.”

Pale walls in the open layout allowed for the residents’ art collection to carry through, further integrating the kitchen into the home.

Architect Dan Brunn in Los Angeles says he, too, keeps flooring the same throughout an open-plan home.

“The dining room and living room are typically connected to the kitchen, so we make the kitchen feel more ‘domesticated,’ less like a stainless steel lab,” he says. “One of my favorite things is to specify full custom-front appliances.”

New York City designer Amir Khamneipur took a similar approach with his Park Avenue apartment.

“I used flat-panel, semi-gloss-painted cabinetry throughout my kitchen,” he says. “The flat panels allow the kitchen cabinets to read as architectural elements. The geometry, symmetry and balance of lines created by the cabinetry seams were purposefully aligned with mirror work and fireplace height. These different elements coincide to create a harmonious look.”

Khamneipur chose a cream-and-neutral color palette for the minimalist kitchen, reflecting the serene vibe of the apartment. And he added a few clever features, like furniture-style legs on the kitchen island to reflect the neoclassical lines of a sofa and pedestal table across from it.

Dunagan says the inspiration for the Florida penthouse came from yacht design, in which all available space is maximized. A coffee station got tucked behind pocket doors. A laundry room, service kitchen and Sub-Zero appliances are also concealed behind wood doors or cabinets in the kitchen.

Modern materials and technology make “hiding” kitchen elements easy. Smart induction cooktops are nearly unnoticeable when not in use. Appliances that formerly sat on counters are now built into drawers. LED lighting can be installed virtually anywhere.

Henrybuilt , a Seattle designer and maker of kitchen furniture and storage systems, offers solid-surface counters with drainage for the sink. Storage cubbies for tools, napkins and bread are built into milled wood counters, which are then extended to create eating tables. Knife blocks, utensil, spices, pantry items, and recycle and trash receptacles all fit neatly out of sight in drawers and sliding cupboards.

Pay attention to how you illuminate the kitchen, says Sheva Knopfler, creative director of Brooklyn, New York-based Lights.com .

“The easiest way to streamline a kitchen is to incorporate simple lighting fixtures that blend in or almost disappear,” she says. “And consider paring down the number of lighting elements, opting instead for fewer, brighter overhead fixtures.”

Pick a style that suits you, and then create a visual flow with lighting in matching metallic finishes, she suggests.

And it’s fine to tweak that plan by adding a piece that’s got some drama or playfulness.

“A statement light allows you to add a bold dash of your personality. It becomes the ‘artwork’ of the space,” Knopfler says. Consider a large chandelier, or a grouping of pendant fixtures.

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Disney Made Chef Mickey Kitchen Accessories for This Year’s California Adventure Food Festival

It may be a blustery season in most parts of the U.S. (and was even chilly for a bit on the southern coast), but the festival season is now in full swing at Disney Parks. Along with Disney World’s annual Epcot International Flower Garden Festival, which lets guests enjoy floral displays, topiary sculptures, and garden experiences alongside a new collection of outdoor kitchens, the delectable 2018 Disney California Adventure Food Wine Festival kicked off last Friday.

The west-coast festival, which runs from March 2 to April 12, is an annual celebration of the best cuisine California has to offer. To coincide with this year’s tasty experience, Disney Parks has released a line of kitchen merchandise that lets both cooking enthusiasts and Disney fans get a little help from Chef Mickey. Coming in a vineyard-inspired color palette, the collection includes apparel and a slew of home entertainment and kitchenware products.

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Glassware, coasters, an apron, and pot holders are among the items available for purchase and feature unique art designs and new silhouettes. Expect to find Chef Mickey happily serving up delicious-looking dishes alongside the Disney California Adventure Food Wine Festival logo on each line item. Annual Passholders can also get the exclusive (and brand new) 20-ounce aluminum Tervis tumbler wrapped in textured artwork.

Disney California Adventure Food Wine Festival grants park visitors access to not just a diverse menu of local flavor favorites, but everything from spirits to special brews. This year, guests can dine on avocado ice cream bars, strawberry and coconut rice “frushi,” salt and beer vinegar parmesan chicken wings, or Verlasso sustainable salmon Peruvian poke. They’ll also be able to try a wide selection of craft beers, ciders, wines, and specialty drinks through the festival’s themed stations and beer garden. That includes drinks like the Popcorn Lemonade Cocktail, Beet Kombucha Sangria, and Black Market Brewing Co.’s Deception Coconut Lime Blonde Ale. 

Once you’re done sampling everything the Disney park festival has to offer, you can stop by the Studio Store, Art Pergola near Studio Store or Paradise Carts near Seaside Souvenirs to bring a bit of Mickey back to your kitchen.

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Lijo Decor Looks Forward to a Joyous Easter with Their New Easter Campaign

Lakewood, NJ, March 07, 2018 –(PR.com)– Lijo Décor, one of the best marketplaces for luxury gifts and home decor, has announced their exclusive Easter collection Campaign today. This announcement came after their successful Valentine’s and St. Patrick’s Day Campaigns. Lijo Décor has always stayed ahead when it came to delivering quality products and exclusive collections. With their latest announcement, there has been a huge traffic flow on their website from both inside and outside of The United States as per their marketing executives.

“Our Easter collection contains only handpicked and relevant products from International brands. The new campaign has everything that you need for celebrating Easter from balloons to dinnerware. Our Easter Campaign delivers a strong statement to the world about celebrating the real spirit of Easter,” said Ella James, the CEO of Lijo Décor.

Lijo Décor’s Easter collection is filled with products from International Brands across the world. With brands like Waterford, Enesco, Burton Burton, Kurt Adler, Dept 56 and Delton, the entire Easter collection has unique products and amazing deals. Lijo proclaimed that unique products like decorative egg ornaments, Easter ornaments, bunny figurines, Easter wishing balloons, bunny designed tableware and dinnerware and much more which are a must for celebrating Easter and are available in this collection.

Apart from these, Lijo Décor also announced that they’ll be providing 15% off on the coupon code SAVE15 for all products apart from Juliska and Vetri products from their website. Along with their free shipping and free gift wrapping policy, Lijo Décor is indeed a formidable shopping place worth visiting.

About Lijo Décor: Lijo Décor has been providing the finest quality and branded merchandise to meet people’s luxury gift needs since 2006. With a vast selection including decors, dinnerware, bridal gifts, baby gifts, and much more, they are considered as one of the online store giants.

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We found an amazing food processor at its lowest price ever

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A food processor is one of those kitchen gadgets you don’t think you need until you actually need one—and subsequently use it every day. Not only does it make chopping way easier, but there’s so many fun things to whip up. You can use it to make cauliflower rice, blend up salsa, and even use an attachment to shred cheese. It’s literally a game changer for any novice chef.

The only glaring issue with these handy products is that they come with a hefty price tag—more than $100 for one large enough to hold your basic chopping needs and powerful enough to actually chop well. Thankfully, I stumbled upon this 7 cup KitchenAid food processor at the lowest price it’s ever been. Bonus: it’s also my favorite.

This food processor has a retail price of $129.99, but has been $79.99 on Amazon for quite some time now. Right now, it’s on sale for just $57.93, which costs only a few dollars more than a refurbished one on the site. If you’ve been in the market for one of these handy gadgets for a while, now might be time to get one.

The KitchenAid food processor has all of your basic functions with three buttons to control the speed or pulse as well as a large feed tube so no ingredient gets stuck. There’s also a double-sided disk for shredding and one for slicing, so the food prep assistance is pretty much endless. I have this model and personally love its efficiency and how easy it is to use (and wish I found it at this price).

Buy the KitchenAid 7 Cup Food Processor at Amazon for $57.93 and save $72.06

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These big puffy pancakes are as easy as they are spectacular


  • Blender Dutch Babies. Photo: Photo By Goran Kosanovic For The Washington Post. / For The Washington Post

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As soon as the server elbows through the kitchen door and begins to wend her way through the pancake-house rush, you can’t take your eyes off what she is ferrying. It is an eggy crater the size of a dinner plate, with tender, fat-tire curves and a sweet aroma the Pied Piper only wishes he could deploy.

It’s called a Dutch baby on the menu, and the reason is far from apparent. No matter; it demands immediate, before-it-deflates eating, topped with a compote or a shower of confectioners’ sugar at least.

Who could make such a thing? You can, in short order. The batter ingredients are few and come together in a blender. Pour smooth, into a hot buttered pan, and the batter will shimmer and bubble in the oven until the moment of liftoff. Then, the pancake curls at the edges that rise above the rim, accompanied by an occasional mogul at the center.

It is an old recipe, and its history skews sweet. Pancakes in the Dutch Manner as presented in the 1998 cookbook “The Sensible Cook: Dutch Foodways in the Old and New World” resembled spiced (flat) crepes, while the topography gets much closer to Dutch baby territory in recipes for German puffed apple pancakes made hundreds of years ago. The origin of Dutch could be “Deutsch,” and the dish’s popularity in America is due in part to Sunset magazine articles dating back more than 50 years.

When Miguel’s daughter requested he make a pancake machine out of Legos, he decided to build the pancake robot every kid dreams of.

Made of a ketchup bottle, Legos, and some small machinery, Miguel’s Pancake Bot is the perfect stress-free solution to making everyone’s favorite breakfast. Credit: Maker Mig via Storyful


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But the Dutch baby is versatile enough to step toward savory. In other words, have your way with it. Spice up the batter. Use the pancake as a vessel for fresh vegetables and greens. Melt thin rafts of cheese on it and cut it into snack wedges. Old World becomes modern.

There are but a few rules to keep in mind: The batter should be well blended; any added bits that have weight, such as diced pancetta or bell pepper pieces, may impede the rise, The pan and its fat must be h-o-t. The puffed Dutch baby needs to sit in the oven for a few minutes after the timer goes off, to improve the odds it will retain its structure longer.

It’s as easy as it is spectacular. It can be breakfast, dinner or dessert. Isn’t it time you rediscovered the magic or give it a go?

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Blender Dutch Babies

4 to 6 servings

These puffy, eggy pancakes are about the most versatile, quick and easy things you can make in a skillet – and if you don’t have the 8-inch skillets called for here, you can bake all the batter in a single 9- or 10-inch ovenproof skillet, or use a pie plate.

Here, the batter is barely sweetened and flavored, with optional toppings that work for breakfast and dessert.

The eggs need to be close to room temperature order to maximize their rise in the oven; see the quick technique for this, below.

Adapted from “The Minimalist Kitchen: The Practical Art of Making More With Less,” by Melissa Coleman (Oxmoor House, April 2018).

Ingredients

For the pancakes

3 large eggs

3 tablespoons unsalted butter

3/4 cup flour

3/4 cup whole milk

1 to 2 tablespoons granulated sugar

1/2 teaspoon kosher salt

1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract

For the optional filling

1 cup frozen cherries, preferably tart

1 heaping tablespoon granulated sugar

For the optional topping (your choice, or a mix)

Plain Greek yogurt

Pumpkin seeds (pepitas)

Maple syrup

Toasted slivered almonds

Granola

Confectioners’ sugar

Steps

For the pancakes: Preheat the oven to 425 degrees. Place the eggs in a bowl of warm tap water for 5 minutes, or until they are close to room temperature.

Divide the butter between two 8-inch cast-iron or ovenproof skillets; transfer to the oven. Watch closely so the butter melts, but do not let it brown or burn.

Beat the eggs in a blender on medium-high speed for 5 seconds, until frothy, then add the flour, milk, granulated sugar (to taste), salt and vanilla extract. Blend on low speed to incorporate, then blend on medium-high for 5 seconds.

Remove the hot pans from the oven and swirl the melted butter so it coats the sides. Immediately pour in the batter, dividing it evenly between the pans; bake (middle rack) for 13 to 15 minutes, until puffed and golden brown at the edges, which should curve and rise above the rim. Turn off the oven, and let them sit there for 5 minutes. This will help the pancakes keep their structure.

Meanwhile, make the optional filling: Combine the frozen cherries and granulated sugar in a small saucepan; cook over low heat for about 10 minutes, or until juices coat the back of a spoon. Turn off the heat.

Use a thin spatula to dislodge the Dutch babies from their pans; they should slide out. Cut into halves or wedges. Top each portion with some of the stewed cherries and an optional topping or two, if desired. Serve right away.

Nutrition | Per serving (based on 6): 170 calories, 6 g protein, 16 g carbohydrates, 9 g fat, 5 g saturated fat, 110 mg cholesterol, 140 mg sodium, 0 g dietary fiber, 4 g sugar

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Cauliflower Jalapeño Dutch Baby

2 to 3 servings

This is a delightfully eggy way to upgrade a salad or veggie bowl. Feel free to use olive oil instead of butter.

From deputy Food editor/recipes editor Bonnie S. Benwick.

Ingredients

2 tablespoons unsalted butter (may substitute olive oil)

2 large eggs, at room temperature (see NOTES)

1/2 cup flour

2 tablespoons harissa

1/2 cup regular or low-fat milk

Pinch kosher salt

2 cups white or green cauliflower florets, blanched (see NOTES)

1 medium jalapeño pepper, seeded and minced

Fresh, crunchy sprouts, such as a store-bought mix of lentils, green peas, adzuki beans

Handful cilantro leaves

Extra-virgin olive oil, for drizzling (optional)

Steps

Preheat the oven to 425 degrees.

Place the butter in an 8-inch cast-iron or ovenproof skillet; transfer to the oven. Watch closely so the butter melts, but do not let it brown or burn.

Beat the eggs in a blender on medium-high speed for 5 seconds until frothy, then add the flour, harissa, milk and salt. Blend on low speed to incorporate, then blend on medium-high for 5 seconds to form a smooth batter.

Remove the hot pan from the oven and swirl the melted butter so it coats the sides. Immediately pour in the batter; bake (middle rack) for 13 to 15 minutes, until puffed and golden brown at the edges, which should curve and rise above the rim. Turn off the oven, and let sit for 5 minutes. This will help the pancake keep its structure.

Meanwhile, toss together the blanched cauliflower florets, jalapeño, sprouts and cilantro in a bowl.

As soon as you remove the Dutch baby from the oven, top with cauliflower mixture, then drizzle with the oil, if desired. Use a thin spatula to dislodge the pancake; it should slide right out. Serve right away.

NOTES: To bring eggs to room temperature, place them (whole, in the shell) in a bowl of warm tap water for 5 minutes.

To blanch the cauliflower, prepare a bowl of water and ice cubes. Bring a saucepan of water to a boil over high heat. Add the cauliflower florets and cook/blanch for about 30 seconds, then immediately drain and transfer to the water bath to cool. Pat dry before using.

Nutrition | Per serving (based on 3, using low-fat milk): 290 calories, 12 g protein, 29 g carbohydrates, 15 g fat, 7 g saturated fat, 150 mg cholesterol, 250 mg sodium, 3 g dietary fiber, 4 g sugar

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Everything Spice Dutch Baby With Brie

4 servings

This comes together almost as fast as the assembly of a toasted bagel with cream cheese. Cut into wedges, it can serve as fun hors d’oeuvres.

For convenience, feel free to use a store-bought Everything-Spice blend instead of making your own, as directed here. This can also be baked in a pie plate.

Adapted from “The Minimalist Kitchen: The Practical Art of Making More With Less,” by Melissa Coleman (Oxmoor House, April 2018).

Ingredients

3 tablespoons unsalted butter

3 large eggs, at room temperature (see NOTE)

3/4 cup flour

3/4 cup regular or low-fat milk

2 to 3 tablespoons harissa

Pinch kosher salt

3 ounces chilled brie cheese, cut into thin slices

1/2 teaspoon black sesame seeds

1/2 teaspoon toasted white sesame seeds

1/4 teaspoon dehydrated onion flakes

Steps

Preheat the oven to 425 degrees.

Place the butter in an 9- or 10-inch cast-iron or ovenproof skillet; transfer to the oven. Watch closely so the butter melts, but do not let it brown or burn.

Beat the eggs in a blender on medium-high speed for 5 seconds until frothy, then add the flour, milk, harissa (to taste) and salt. Blend on low speed to incorporate, then blend on medium-high for 10 seconds to form a smooth batter.

Remove the hot pan from the oven and swirl the melted butter so it coats the sides. Immediately pour in the batter; bake (middle rack) for about 15 minutes, until puffed and golden brown at the edges, which should curve and rise above the rim. Turn off the oven, let sit for 5 minutes. This will help the pancake keep its structure.

Reduce the temperature to 200 degrees. Remove from the oven just long enough to arrange the brie slices on the surface of the Dutch baby (tamping down any big bumps, as needed), then sprinkle with the black and toasted sesame seeds and the onion flakes. Return to the oven; bake for 2 minutes, or just until the cheese begins to melt.

Use a thin spatula to dislodge the pancake; it should slide right out. Cut into wedges and serve right away.

NOTE: To bring eggs to room temperature, place them (whole, in the shell) in a bowl of warm tap water for 5 minutes.

Nutrition | Per serving (using low-fat milk): 330 calories, 14 g protein, 22 g carbohydrates, 21 g fat, 11 g saturated fat, 190 mg cholesterol, 330 mg sodium, 1 g dietary fiber, 3 g sugar

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Dutch Baby With Chorizo and Watercress

2 to 3 servings

Here, the slight heat and chew of cured chorizo combined with peppery watercress are lively complements to the eggy oven pancake.

From deputy Food editor/recipes editor Bonnie S. Benwick.

Ingredients

2 tablespoons unsalted butter

2 large eggs, at room temperature (see NOTE)

1/2 cup flour

1/2 cup regular or low-fat milk

Pinch kosher salt

Pinch freshly ground black pepper

2 1/2 ounces cured, cooked chorizo, cut into thin half-moon slices

2 handfuls watercress

Extra-virgin olive oil, for drizzling

Steps

Preheat the oven to 425 degrees.

Place the butter in an 8-inch cast-iron or ovenproof skillet; transfer to the oven. Watch closely so the butter melts, but do not let it brown or burn.

Beat the eggs in a blender on medium-high speed for 5 seconds until frothy, then add the flour, milk and salt and pepper. Blend on low speed to incorporate, then blend on medium-high for 5 seconds to form a smooth batter.

Remove the hot pan from the oven and swirl the melted butter so it coats the sides. Immediately pour in the batter; bake (middle rack) for 13 to 15 minutes, until puffed and golden brown at the edges, which should curve and rise above the rim. Turn off the oven, and let sit for 5 minutes. This will help the pancake keep its structure.

Meanwhile, place the chorizo half-moon slices in a microwave-safe bowl; cook on MEDIUM for 30 seconds, or until slightly crisped. Let cool on paper towels.

Use a thin spatula to dislodge the Dutch baby from its pan, sliding the pancake onto a plate or cutting board. Top with the watercress and crisped chorizo, then drizzle with oil. Serve right away.

NOTE: To bring eggs to room temperature, place them (whole, in the shell) in a bowl of warm tap water for 5 minutes.

Nutrition | Per serving (based on 3, using low-fat milk): 370 calories, 14 g protein, 19 g carbohydrates, 27 g fat, 11 g saturated fat, 170 mg cholesterol, 540 mg sodium, 0 g dietary fiber, 2 g sugar

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Harissa Dutch Baby With Tomatoes and Mozzarella

2 to 3 servings

Adding the spicy pepper paste to the eggy pancake batter gives it a cheerful color as well as a mild boost of flavor.

From deputy Food editor/recipes editor Bonnie S. Benwick.

Ingredients

2 tablespoons unsalted butter

2 large eggs (see NOTE)

1/2 cup flour

2 tablespoons harissa

1/2 cup regular or low-fat milk

Pinch kosher salt, plus more as needed

Pinch freshly ground black pepper, plus more as needed

2 cups heirloom cherry and grape tomatoes, cut in half

4 ounces bocconcini (small mozzarella balls), drained

Handful fresh basil or flat-leaf parsley leaves, torn

Steps

Preheat the oven to 425 degrees.

Place the butter in an 8-inch cast-iron or ovenproof skillet; transfer to the oven. Watch closely so the butter melts, but do not let it brown or burn.

Beat the eggs in a blender on medium-high speed for 5 seconds until frothy, then add the flour, harissa, milk, salt and pepper. Blend on low speed to incorporate, then blend on medium-high for 5 seconds to form a smooth batter.

Remove the hot pan from the oven and swirl the melted butter so it coats the sides. Immediately pour in the batter; bake (middle rack) for 13 to 15 minutes, until puffed and golden brown at the edges, which should curve and rise above the rim. Turn off the oven, and let sit for 5 minutes. This will help the pancake keep its structure.

Meanwhile, toss together the tomatoes, mozzarella balls and basil or parsley in a bowl; season lightly with salt and pepper.

As soon as you remove the Dutch baby from the oven, top with the tomato mixture; the cheese should start to melt just a little. Use a thin spatula to dislodge the pancake; it should slide right out. Serve right away.

NOTE: To bring eggs to room temperature, place them (whole, in the shell) in a bowl of warm tap water for 5 minutes.

Nutrition | Per serving (based on 3, using low-fat milk): 350 calories, 16 g protein, 24 g carbohydrates, 21 g fat, 11 g saturated fat, 175 mg cholesterol, 300 mg sodium, 2 g dietary fiber, 6 g sugar

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Much Lauded Instant Pot Offers Quality and Variety in Kitchen …

Mumbai, Maharashtra – Trends in cooking and baking appliances for the kitchen vary as new technology and new innovative ideas shake the industry each year. It can be incredibly difficult to keep up with the newest and latest in appliances, especially for busy professionals who want to stay up to date and put together with their home life, but often don’t have the time. The Instant Pot is a well-received new appliance. It has been lauded as high quality, cost-effective, and timesaving.

The Instant Pot houses the capabilities of over five and up to ten separate kitchen appliances, depending on the model, including rice or porridge cooker, slow cooker, browning pan, and even cake maker. With the initial investment of purchasing the Instapot, customers are able to avoid the countless hours spent shopping deals for five or six different appliances, and simply buy this one instead. The low price of the Instant Pot saves the customer money as well, as its price is lower than the price of purchasing all of these appliances separately. The appliance is also incredibly easy to clean and maintain, and is durable which makes it a money saver in the long term as well.

The Instant Pot is incredibly user friendly, but also allows more experienced chef’s room to program and customize its cooking features. The make and model of Instant Pot the client purchases can also be tailored to their individual experience and their eating habits. Size, delay cook time, cooking accessories, temperature and pressure settings, and energy efficiency are all features that change based on the model. Consulting instapot.online has helped customers to choose the Instant Pot that is a good match for their lifestyle and cooking needs. Overall, this product is purposed to make clients lives easier, and according to an outpouring of positive customer reviews, it has certainly achieved this purpose.

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