K-State Research and Extension offers pressure cooking class

Gone are the days of Grandma’s hissing, rattling, stove top pressure cooker and we no longer have to worry about food explosions that wind up covering the kitchen ceiling. Electric pressure cooking is making a huge comeback in popularity due to efficiency, health, flavor and the reduction of cooking times by 70 percent. Dinner can be ready in less than 20 minutes, prep time included.

Join Chef Alli on Feb. 10 at the K-State Research & Extension Office-Gray County when she will demonstrate four recipes for your electric pressure cooker and give you kitchen tips throughout the program.

Chef Alli has been stirring up a love of farm fresh cooking across her home state of Kansas for more than a decade. As a speaker, storyteller and Kitchen Crusader, she is constantly seeking opportunities to connect with home cooks everywhere, sharing information, techniques, recipes and telling the real story of American agriculture from her first hand experience.

This program is brought to you by the Cimarron City Library, K-State Research and Extension Office-Gray County, Cimarron State Bank, Irsik & Doll, Bucklin Tractor & Implement-Shawn Harmon, Farm Bureau Services, First National Bank, United Telephone and Cimarron Foods.

This program is open to all who enjoy home cooking but have limited time. There is limited seating. Tickets are $5 and a light breakfast will be provided.

Doors will open at 10 a.m. and the program will start at 10:30.

For more information or to reserve your seat, please call Candis Hemel, director of the Cimarron City Library, at 620-855-3808, or Sharon Erickson-Fryback, FACS Agent, at 620-855-3821.