Instant Pot Family Meals: 60+ Fast, Flavorful Meal for the Dinner Table (Hardcover)
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With this comprehensive collection of classic recipes that the whole family will love, Instant Pot Family Meals utilizes the popular multicooker to its best advantage—saving time and effort in the kitchen so families can spend more time together at the table.
Williams Sonoma’s Instant Pot Family Meals features a collection of more than 50 classic family recipes—from pot pies and gumbo to chicken wings and fried rice—designed specifically for Instant Pot. Published with the official endorsement of the Instant Pot brand, Instant Pot Family Meals features more than 50 professionally-tested recipes accompanied by beautiful color photography, clear instructions, and helpful tips and tricks for cooking with the Instant Pot. The author is a veteran cooking authority and Instant Pot expert who has previously published two Instant Pot cookbooks and focuses on healthy family cooking.
About the Author
Ivy Manning is a Portland, Oregon-based food and travel writer and author of two previous brand-authorized Instant Pot cookbooks including Instant Pot Miracle 6 Ingredients or Less: 100 No-Fuss Recipes for Easy Meals (HMH, October, 2018) and Instant Pot Italian: 100 Irresistible Recipes Made Easier Than Ever (HMH, February, 2018), as well as Weeknight Vegetarian (Weldon Owen, 2015) and five other cookbooks. Her work regularly appears in Cooking Light, Clean Eating, Fine Cooking, Sunset, and Everyday with Rachel Ray. She is a regular contributor to lifestyle brands like Fitbit and My Fitness Pal.
After receiving a Bachelor of Arts in English from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Manning attended Western Culinary Institute in Portland, Oregon, followed by an externship at the award-winning Paley’s Place restaurant, stints at some of Portland’s best restaurants, and stages in Barbaresco, Italy and Chiang Mai, Thailand. She held the position of Salud Cooking School director at Whole Foods Market in Portland for several years and currently teaches classes at Bob’s Red Mill.