March has been a great month in our lives. As soon as our vaccinations were effective, we drove from our home (which we have not left in over a year) to visit our family in Fairfax, Virginia. While visiting, I have been cooking jointly with my daughter Evelyn and granddaughter Alice and son-in-law Tom. It’s been a pleasure! I’m starting this post about their kitchen with the 3-D printed hedgehog and celebratory champagne flutes on display in their kitchen bookcase. Evelyn has taught courses in math applications of 3-D printing, and the hedgehog was printed by some of her students.
I intend this post to be shared with other bloggers in the great kitchen-sharing that takes place every month. I’ve been taking photos of what is in the kitchen here: it’s so great to be out of my own kitchen for a while. I am especially featuring their great electric devices like the Air Fryer and the Instant Pot. To see what other bloggers are sharing this month, check out http://sherryspickings.blogspot.com/
|Alice and I chopped a lot of mushrooms for a|
mushroom-filled pastry dish.
|And we chopped lots of ginger and scallions for soup.|
Evelyn and Tom’s Air Fryer
|Potatoes ready to go in the fryer.|
|The cutting device for prepping the potatoes.|
|Also good in the fryer: Chinese dumplings.|
|Air Fryer broccoli.|
Yogurt in the Instant Pot
Evelyn’s yogurt starter is named Ivan.
She makes yogurt from Ivan every week.
Evelyn’s Instant Pot: making her very delicious yogurt.
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