**Update**  I’ve decided to extend the expiration date for the contest.  The week of Thanksgiving is going to be a busy one for many people.  The new expiration date is going to be November 27th, 2011 Midnight.  I’m going to give it another week.  Thanksgiving week brings around more google traffic.

Tis the season to be merry!  Halloween is barely over.  Thanksgiving is just around the corner.  But the Christmas decorations have been adorning all the shopping centers in my area. Talk about aggressive and suggestive marketing and subliminal messages!!!  It just cracks me up!

I love this time of year.  The weather is cool but not quite freezing.  In Southern California, that usually means in the 60s or 50s.  (Sorry, I don’t mean to rub it in to all the folks on the East Coast that is experiencing blizzards and such.)  But this time of year is always so inspiring, whether it’s inspiring to give and help the needy.  Or inspiring for cooking up delicious food to share with family and friends.  This time of year always gets my blog posting butt in gear!  So don’t mind me if I start posting twice or three times a week!  *gasp*

So I thought this would be a great time to do a Special Holiday Contest!!!  To help promote my blog and grow its fan base!!!  And to give some lucky winners a new Elite Pressure Cooker in the festive holiday color of RED!!!  It will be one of the newer models with 13-functions.  Model EPC-808R.  You can’t pass this up!  No way!  No how!

To enter the contest, there are two  different things you can do.

QUESTION:  What’s something you would like to see cooked in the pressure cooker on this blog???

VIA FACEBOOK:

  • Add and share the Peggy Under Pressure Facebook page to all your friends and family.  And then leave a comment by answering the above question to the Holiday Contest post on the Facebook page.
  • At the end of the contest, I will randomly choose a lucky winner from the commentators on Facebook. (Make sure you only comment in the designated Holiday post, not an individual comment on the facebook page.  Only one comment per person please.)
  • So make sure you, yourself, leave a comment.  And make sure your friends and family leave a comment.  The more the merrier.

VIA THE BLOG:

  • Simply leave a comment by answering the above question to this Holiday Contest blog post.  That’s it.  (Only one comment per person please.)
  • So make sure you and your friends and family all leave a comment!!!  The more the merrier.
  • I will randomly choose a lucky winner from the Blog page.
  • And while you’re at it if you don’t mind, please click on my page ads!!!  (Hey, I need any help I can get to fund this contest!  hehe)
Contest ends on November 27th Sunday at 12-midnight PST.  I will use a Random Number Generator app off my phone to pick out the two winners and post the winners up on the following Monday.  One winner from Facebook, and one winner from the blog.
Good luck!!!
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43 Comments

  1. greg_kennedy on the 15. Nov, 2011 remarked #

    Hi Peggy, I would like to see a nice and easy Chili recipe please.

  2. TamarE on the 15. Nov, 2011 remarked #

    I would love to see a whole Indian meal with vegetable curry rice and dal cooked together in layered pots like they do in India. I want to learn the technique and times to do this.

    Thank you.

  3. LizBrown on the 15. Nov, 2011 remarked #

    I am brand new to the PC world as of two days ago. I am a little overwhelmed!
    I love your site and it has been very informative.
    I am excited to try ALL your recipes and it’s all new to me!! ha

  4. Joanna on the 15. Nov, 2011 remarked #

    Not new to pressure cookers, but new to the electric ones.. Would love to see a very old fashioned traditional holiday recipe here on the blog.

  5. mattie on the 15. Nov, 2011 remarked #

    I’d like lots of different soups! I love soup but hate cooking it all day long, it’s a waste of gas, the pressure cookers makes them much faster.

  6. Susana on the 15. Nov, 2011 remarked #

    I would love to see a delicious Clam chowder Soup.Thanks !!
    Have a great Holidays 🙂

  7. sharonjo on the 15. Nov, 2011 remarked #

    What a generous giveaway! I would love a post on how to make Chicken and Wild Rice Soup in the electric pressure cooker. Thanks so much.

    sharonjo at gwtc dot net

  8. Headbitty on the 15. Nov, 2011 remarked #

    How very generous! Thank you. I would love to see some soup recipes. That would be fantastic!

  9. Ken on the 16. Nov, 2011 remarked #

    How about flat iron steak?

  10. Norma on the 16. Nov, 2011 remarked #

    I am new to pressure cooking, but would love to see a recipe for a good, spicy beef roast.

  11. Rhonda on the 16. Nov, 2011 remarked #

    I would like to see you do a recipe for macaroni and cheese – yum!

  12. Ouida on the 16. Nov, 2011 remarked #

    I would like to see some instructions for canning in an electric pressure cooker.

  13. Chandra on the 16. Nov, 2011 remarked #

    I would love to see a great recipe for scalloped potatoes!

    Thanks.

  14. Jacalyn Dolani on the 17. Nov, 2011 remarked #

    The electric pressure cooker is one of the
    best appliances ever. I can’t believe there are
    people who don’t know about them. I’m spreading the word. I love the recipes on
    Peggy Under Pressure. With an electric
    pressure cooker and your website the
    stove top will become almost obsolete.

  15. Becky on the 17. Nov, 2011 remarked #

    I have an older pc and love it but need a lesson on cooking beans
    Thank you

  16. Shreela on the 17. Nov, 2011 remarked #

    I’d love to see a a chicken recipe that once the meat is removed from the bones, the bones are returned to the PC to make soup (and if dumplings are possible in a PC, that’s my #1 request)!

  17. Mary on the 17. Nov, 2011 remarked #

    I would love to see a recipe for split pea soup.

  18. Sharon on the 17. Nov, 2011 remarked #

    How about meatloaf?

  19. John Grieve on the 17. Nov, 2011 remarked #

    I would like to see a Rib recipe that would be fall-off-the bone good.

  20. lynn on the 18. Nov, 2011 remarked #

    I would like to see simple and easy recipes with ingredients that I would have in my cupboards.

  21. Monisha on the 19. Nov, 2011 remarked #

    Zuppa Toscana like the one from olive garden!! Or cocido

  22. Donna on the 19. Nov, 2011 remarked #

    I would like to see more easy recipes for ground beef.

  23. Beth on the 19. Nov, 2011 remarked #

    I would love to see more beef recipes in your blog.

  24. Yolanda on the 20. Nov, 2011 remarked #

    I would like a yummy rice pudding recipe with the results being similar to Kozy Shack’s rice pudding. 🙂

  25. phyllis on the 20. Nov, 2011 remarked #

    Would love a chance at the electric pressure cooker. Have never used a pressure cooker and feel this would be a good place to start.

  26. Patricia on the 20. Nov, 2011 remarked #

    I haven’t seen all of your recipes, but I would love to know if I could make a pound cake in the pressure cooker.

  27. NataliaJimenez on the 20. Nov, 2011 remarked #

    Please, more seefood recipes. Thanks

  28. Laura on the 21. Nov, 2011 remarked #

    Love the blog, wondering if you could create a breakfast casserole recipe!

  29. Justin Wooden on the 23. Nov, 2011 remarked #

    Love the tips and ideas. Keep up the great work and keep inspiring us!

  30. Kelly on the 24. Nov, 2011 remarked #

    I’d love to see a split pea and ham soup! I also commented on your FB page and suggested an Italian Beef recipe!

  31. Paula on the 26. Nov, 2011 remarked #

    It would be great to have some new breakfast recipes. Maybe some type of French Toast.

  32. Keshia on the 27. Nov, 2011 remarked #

    I’d like to see if fried chicken can be done, or scones and funnel cakes.

  33. Darrel on the 06. Jan, 2012 remarked #

    I cooked my 1st Pot Roast for Christmas in my pressure cooker, & it was sooooooon, good. Everyone enjoyed it so much there asking me when am I going to cook another. It could not have been easier.

  34. Sherrie on the 22. Sep, 2012 remarked #

    I would also like to see a Mac n cheese recipe

  35. Allene on the 02. Nov, 2014 remarked #

    I remember my mom, years ago cooking a pheasant fricassee one year for our Christmas eve dinner.

    My mom is long gone now but i have always remembered that dinner.

    I didn’t even know there was something as an electric pressure cooker until i looked up your Outlander Pumpkin!

  36. Marlyn Banks on the 24. Nov, 2014 remarked #

    Never used a PC, but want one. I would love to see collards cooked in a pressure cooker. (I’ve also never cooked collards, but hear that they are great in a PC.)

  37. Shawna on the 12. Nov, 2015 remarked #

    I love my regular pressure cooker, use it all the time for soups. Never tried an electric one but it sounds like you don’t need to tend it as much. Would love a good recipe for meatloaf. Thanks!

  38. Maureen on the 24. Nov, 2015 remarked #

    I love my PC, I use it when every possible. I would like to find a good recipe that makes ribs come out less dry and more tender.

  39. patti on the 02. Dec, 2015 remarked #

    I would love to see all different kinds of meatball recepies

  40. Tema Kissin on the 21. Dec, 2015 remarked #

    would love to see more vegetarian dishes that are not chili or soup. Love fish as well

  41. Rhonda on the 17. Nov, 2016 remarked #

    Very new to digital/electronic pressure cookers as well. I would love to see pork ribs. My hubby loves them!

  42. Lori on the 25. Nov, 2016 remarked #

    My husband has celicas disease, the intolerance of wheat, rye & barley, and must follow a gluten free diet (GF). I would love to be able to prepare a great GF fresh loaf of bread.

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