I cook a lot but I've never had or even thought I needed a pasta pot. But I got this one free last month from a Proctor Gamble cancer awareness refund.
It quickly became one of favorite and go-to things in the kitchen.
It has a nonstick finish and the lid acts as the strainer or colander. The lid locks on so it is so easy to drain cooked pasta or any cooked food like corn on the cob or potatoes to mash.
Last week, I used it to cook a batch of fried rice.
I thought I would blog about this pot in case anyone is trying to come up with a last minute gift for a cook.
Or if someone is asking you what you would like for a gift, this might be something to ask for.
I did see them, in different colors, for sale on Amazon and I'm guessing about any store with a big kitchen selection also sells them.
I had a sweet little observer while I cooked the fried rice.
And would you believe that even though we are having winter weather and it's just a few days until Christmas, this rose bush is still blooming? I guess it is protected just enough being near our front door.