Mostly internet searches. Lots of recipes.
Just made the best ever Reeses peanutbutter cup cheesecake I found online.
We did chicken enchiladas last weekend.
Really depends on your taste and what you want to try.
We cook a lot in the slow cooker during the winter so we just look up recipes for instant pot use and adjust accordingly.
So far not disappointed.
Ninja Foodi here, but most recipes we use come from several Ninja cookbooks. We also have clean eating and paleo slow cooker cookbooks to use. Wife plans out the meals on the weekend and buys the stuff needed, then cooks quick meals during the week.
While some of those recipes sound sorta interesting, all that crap "popping up" and then "disappearing" and then "popping up again" and whatnot, "sets me off". Every time there's a change, then the whole structure of information changes/jumps around and then it's like a scavenger hunt trying to find where you were again.
I don't know about ya'll, but I truly HATE websites like that. We don't have an 'instant pot' here, but we've two pressure cookers as well as two pressure canners. Old-school and without buttons. Same result.