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Nesco 4 in 1 Digital Pressure Cooker Giveaway (ARV $107)

Gluten Free for Jen
Whenever I have a choice, I'd prefer a multi-functional product to a single purpose one, because it offers a better value and takes up less space at home. If you love to cook soup, congee, and meat stew, like to get them ready fast, then I have the perfect giveaway for you!

Gluten Free for Jen, Ramblings of a Caffeinated Army Wife, and Family, Love and Other Stuff  introduce to you the cooking gadget of all gadgets--
 
The Nesco 4 in 1 Digital Pressure Cooker--a  slow cooker, a steamer, a rice cooker and so much more all rolled into one! Check out Gluten Free for Jen's review here!
 
Thanks to Nesco for sponsoring this giveaway!
 
Product Features 
• 4 - Liter Capacity
• 800 watts
• removable hinged lid with automatic pressure release
• dishwasher - safe non-stick cooking insert
• delayed start up to 8 hours
• LED display with soft-touch buttons
• convenient keep warm feature
• programmable with preset functions
• stay-cool lid and handles
• brushed s/s exterior
• removable cord, for easy storage
• 5-Low/10-High PSI
 
One lucky winner will receive a Nesco 4 in 1 Digital Pressure Cooker valued at $106.99!
 
The giveaway ends on 9/30. Open to US residents 18+ only. Please use the Rafflecopter form below to enter. Good luck!

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Disclosure: Winner will be notified via email and given 48 hours to respond. If no response is received a new winner will be selected. Prize will be shipped with in 7 days to the winner by Gluten Free for Jen. No purchase necessary to enter. I received no compensation for this publication. icefairy's Treasure is not responsible for prize fulfillment

62 Treasure Hunters :

monicabr said...

Beans!

eclairre said...

a chicken recipe or maybe a rice recipe

ibjenn said...

Jen Boehme
Beef tips on rice, yummy!

Ravyn Jazper-Hawke said...

I would like to cook my way through a pressure cooker cookbook my mom has in her collection!

deb c said...

pulled pork barbeque

Terri said...

The first thing I would cook with this is beef stew.

Linda Kish said...

I think I'd make a pot roast first.

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Kenyetta said...

beef stew

Joan said...

If I won the first think I'd try making is pork.

HarleyC said...

I would love to try a spinach lasagna in this!

Andrea said...

I have no clue what to cook! It would be fun to experiment. Maybe a pot roast.

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Bethany C. said...

I think I'd try to make some fish chowder.

Anita Jones said...

pot roast

Anonymous said...

Debra S says: The first thing I would try with this is good old fashioned Pot Roast. My husband loves it, and this cooker would do the trick in no time and make it TENDER.

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littlebean said...

I'd make a nice soup with it I love soup! :) Great comp!

crankyyanky1 said...

I would try to cook a roast

clc408 said...

I'd make a beef stew.

wigget said...

broccoli

Ann Fantom said...

I would make barbeque pork in my pressure cooker.

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sksweeps said...

I'd make a roast chicken

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jlafount said...

A tiny chicken

tamathamc said...

probably some chili

naomi c said...

hopefully some baked beans!

MissieFaye said...

I would cook Swiss Steak!

smilekisses said...

I would make City Chicken.
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PAIGE said...

I'd make roast beef.
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Anastasia said...

I think BBQ Ribs would be the first thing on the list :)

Carolyn Colley said...

I would fix a pot-roast with potatoes, onions, carrots. Yum yum.

Anonymous said...

I would make the best ribs in town.

Sherry Compton said...

beef stew
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lokigsd said...

Slow cooked chilli!

Crystal Irvin said...

italian beef

Tracy Suzanne said...

A pot roast.

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Sonya Sanderson said...

pot roast

Brutus Duffy said...

The first thing would be sour beef and dumplings. Thanks.

Tamar said...

I'd want to make ribs!

Kathleen M Smith said...

I would cook beans in the pressure cooker and then Vegetarian chili, I would then make yogurt in it for dessert! Thanks for the give a way, have wanted one of these for awhile!

JB said...

I'd make pot roast with potatoes and carrots!

coriwestphal said...

Maybe some Vidalia Onion smothered pork chops!

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Stacy said...

I would cook some beans. Hooray for not having to soak them overnight!

Anonymous said...

I would try to make a nice rice pudding for my first dish. This 4 in 1 capability is great. It opens up the world of cooking.

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K J Stuit said...

A whole chicken with lots of vegies!

Miranda M said...

Chicken.

hundahar said...

I would cook some Saffron rice.

Gianna said...

Pork roast.

alice said...

I'd try dry butter beans and ham first

russrpm said...

smothered steak.
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June M. said...

I would probably fix some sort of soup, possibly Vegetable Beef.

Thomas Murphy said...

I would make pot roast
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Stephanie Phelps said...

I would love to try and cook my grandma's famous green beans

Malteny said...

I love to make Vegetable beef soup with a pressure cooker. (Marla B)

Mya Murphy said...

Beef stew!!! myamurphy@mail.com

wallindeb said...

pot roast

Chevelle Sopkin said...

Chicken Gumbo!!!!

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Leslie S. said...

I would make bbq boston butts to shred for sandwiches.

ellen_levickis said...

beef stew

Anonymous said...

johnny- amy lynn
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Some sorta soup...... have a list of what i would like o coiok in it

EliB123 said...

chicken

Lisa Fonseca said...

I would cook some kind of meat that is usually tough if not cooked long enough, maybe some stew meat.

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brich2222 said...

pot roast

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HeavenlyAlchemy said...

The first thing I would try to cook would be a pot roast with veggies!

Anonymous said...

Chick peas, so I can make hummus.
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Amie Kim L.

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