New Way With ECA: Understanding Your Electronic Pressure Cooker

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Do you own an Electric Pressure Cooker? Over the last few years, these small appliances have been gaining in popularity with home cooks. Electric Programmable Pressure Cookers are versatile multi-cookers that can do the job of a pressure cooker, slow cooker, rice cooker, steamer, and more. It can save you counter space and money. How can one appliance be a rice cooker and a cake maker at the same time, you ask? That’s the magic of the appliance, which comes with preset programs that are specifically designed to cook food to perfection, whether it be a cheesecake, a stew, or oatmeal. Join us on the first Thursday of each month at 11 a.m. to learn more!

The Extension Community Association is a volunteer group with the purpose to empower individuals and families to improve their quality of living through continuing education, leadership development, and community service. In this series, you will have the opportunity to learn new topics and meet other members of the community.

This series will feature a new topic each month related to Family and Consumer Sciences.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Do I have to be a member of ECA to attend? No, all are welcome to attend this series.
  • How much does it cost? These courses are offered at no cost to participants.
  • Can I attend if I don’t live in one of the listed counties? Yes, everyone is welcome to join via Zoom.
  • What if I cannot attend a live session? Please register anyway. Each month a recording of the session and materials will be sent out for participants who weren’t able to join.

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