Did you receive an electric pressure cooker or an Instant Pot® for the holidays? Have one already but have been afraid to use it? Want to get one but are unsure if it's a good idea? Then this class is for you!
Tune in to join Lisa Fishman, with the University of Maine Cooperative Extension, during the month of January as she demonstrates how to make a variety of soups in the electric pressure cooker. Classes will be held each Tuesday from 6:30-7:30 pm. Lisa will introduce you to the many features of electric pressure cookers. She will show you how to use the various functions, how to cook safely and confidently, and how to clean and store your electric pressure cooker to keep it in tip-top shape.
This four-part series is $20 and includes links to the recipes as well as to other resources from the University of Maine Cooperative Extension. The class will be presented via ZOOM. This is a demonstration style class where participants will listen and watch with the ability to ask questions and discuss with the instructor. You do not need to have an Instant Pot/electric pressure cooker to participate!
A link to the live classes will be provided via email. Recordings of the class will be shared out after each class in the event you need to miss a class or want to watch it again later.