Cripes, that's expensive! I can't recall the last time I bought something for the kitchen. It's so small that I can't fit anything else in there. Pressure cookers frighten the life out of me.
Me too and to be honest I don't really know why. I think it's a prejudice I've inherited from my mother, she definitely doesn't like them.
My pressure cooker is supposed not to hiss, apparently. It should come in the next couple of days.
My mother had one, which may be why I have always considered them part of the basic kitchen equipment. I do remember one very early attempt at using my first one, that ended up with chicken stock on the ceiling.... of a rented flat with a high ceiling and no ladder
Fiona, I have a pasta machine, and I think the biggest drawback is having to make so much!
Like all machines, it makes sense to use it to its capacity, but ends up being far too much, well, for us anyway.
For that reason, I haven't used it for ages " and now I feel it's taking up useful cupboard space! No pleasing some people (me!).
HAS ANYONE TRIED ceramic knives, peelers ... if not then you should! A friend gave me a ceramic peeler recently and it is really superb; it doesn't blunt either! Apparently Lidl do them too, so not too expensive!
You are leading me astray! I had wondered about them...
My new pressure cooker has arrived. It would be nice to have a sink to wash it up in, not a washing up bowl in the bath tub....
Bought a new ice cream maker whilst in England as hubby does like his ice-cream. Need to make some now though. I was going to buy a mouli but after studying a site about applesauce and noticed that they used a kitchen aid gadget, I realised that I actually had the same one and didn't need a mouli after all. Saved!
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