This Mickey Mouse Instant Pot Will Add Some Disney Flair To Your Kitchen And Is Ideal For Slow Cooker Weather

Photo credit: Walmart
Photo credit: Walmart

From House Beautiful

When it comes to products that will make your life easier or simply will make you happy, there’s no harm in splurging here and there. Disney fans always have to pick and choose what merch they want to buy since there are constantly new magical items being released, but these Mickey Mouse Instant Pots from Walmart will be the easiest add-to-cart you’ve ever done.

Available in three different colors, this Instant Pot is the seven-in-one version that holds six quarts. Instant Pots are one of the most versatile items you can have in your kitchen as they have the ability to perform seven different functions, including pressure cooking, slow cooking, sautéing, yogurt making, rice cooking, steaming, and keeping food warm.

With the seasons changing and the cool weather being ideal for stews, soups, and slow roasted meals, an Instant Pot is an appropriate investment.

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‘Of course’: Space City Weather meteorologist’s baby arrived as Tropical Storm Beta neared Texas

Tropical Storm Beta was drizzling on Houston when Denise Lanza noticed she was having regular contractions.

This scenario had been in the back of her mind. Denise, a biological scientist, is married to Matt Lanza, a meteorologist who writes for Space City Weather, a go-to source for the region, especially during storms.

The couple learned in January that they would be having a second child — due in September. Matt felt excited hearing the news, then realized: “Oh, of course, we’re going to have a baby due right at the peak of hurricane season.”

And what a hurricane season it had been. Hurricane Hanna hit Padre Island in July. Hurricane Laura barely missed Houston in August. Planning to name their son Theodore, Matt never imagined Hurricane Teddy would form by September.

Yet already, the National Hurricane Center had identified so many storms that, for the first time since 2005, it

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Home Improvement: The secrets to cold weather entertaining – Salisbury Post

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Upon the arrival of cold weather, people tend to move indoors and limit their time spent in the elements. For those who live in places where there are restrictions placed on indoor entertaining and gatherings, it may be challenging to find ways to spend time safely together as temperatures drop. The COVID-19 virus as well as other respiratory viruses are spread from person to person through respiratory droplets released into the air while coughing, talking or sneezing, states the Mayo Clinic. A person is more likely to inhale these droplets from an infected person while indoors, especially when they’re in close contact with that person. When outdoors, there is a lower risk of contraction.

Outdoor entertaining in winter may be challenging, especially in regard to keeping everyone warm. The following are some solutions that can help people stay warm and have fun outside.

• Invest in fire pits:

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