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Grill it!: Four weeks of the best summer recipes from all over the Internet

Plan to Eat has partnered with blogger, Beth Ricci of Red and Honey, to bring you brand new Instant Pot recipes, tips and tricks on how to cook with your Instant Pot, and a great online community to explore the joys of cooking with your Instant Pot.

Don’t have an Instant Pot of your own? Throughout this challenge we’ll be giving away 2 Instant Pots! (with lots of other goodies!!) Enter the Giveaway!

This challenge is free by starting a free 30 day trial with Plan to Eat. All of the resources you need will be included within your free trial.


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