We Got A New Machine

We were watching TV, this commercial would come on about the machine that could do almost anything.

It looked great so we thought we would like it. But the price was pretty scary, $329.00 ouch that’s a lot of money. 

One Day we went to Canadian Tire, and this same machine was on for $180.00.

Wow! What a savings. So of course we bought it.This  machine called the Ninja Foodie Compact really does a lot of stuff.

It is a Pressure Cooker, a Steamer , Slow Cooker, an Air Crisp (it doesn’t need oil with the air crisp so your food is healthier for you.)  I think it can also be a dehydrator. So the first thing we tried was Chicken Wings, wow these were the best wings we’ve had in a long time.

This really cool machine can cook a whole chicken for you in about 41 minutes. Not only does it cook Chicken, it can also make Baked Macaroni and Cheese in about 14 minutes. How about a Breakfast Frittata in 12 minutes. a Casserole, Steak and Potato Dinner, Beef Stew, Ribs, it can even do a Cherry Pie (making myself hungry now.)

Can you imagine doing so many things in one pot. After I try all the different settings out I just might be cutting down on the amount of individual machines I have. Just think of how much space I will have in my cupboards, and how many different machines I can get rid of. Time to go shopping now so that I can cook up a bunch of stuff in my new machine.

This machine is so cool, now if I can only train it to do my Laundry and my Dishes I would love it even more.

Welcome to Colleen’s Corner. This is a column meant for fun and some information About myself: I am Colleen Fielding, a Freelance Photographer you often see me on the side of the road  or in various places taking photos of different things animals, birds, places, people etc.  l have lived in Lumby just over 8 years,you have seen my photos in the newspaper (Lumby Valley Times) and once in awhile in the Vernon Morning Star, and the Lumby Art Gallery. Photography is my passion. Disclaimer:  The information on some of my photos that I write about a lot of times come from the Internet or books I research them, hopefully the facts are as close to the truth as I can come.

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