The grocery trip while on vacation did not net the complete list of food items. What we did find was:
Bag of vegetable salad (lettuce, radishes, carrots, garden peas, bell peppers)
Red bell pepper bagged individually
Bag of dried pinto beans
How I made this into food for several meals:
Opened the bag of pinto beans. Sorted them into the insert basket (not the stainless steel liner bowl) for the Instant Pot. Yes, I did bring the Instant Pot on vacation. Rinsed the beans very well in the sink then placed the basket into the stainless steel liner bowl and covered the beans with 2-3 inches of water over the top. Set this back into the Instant Pot and selected High Pressure and Adjusted the time to 45 minutes, put the cover on, and forgot about it. I REALLY forgot about it. When I paid attention again the beans have been on the warming cycle for more than two hours. There is no question but what they were very well cooked, though remarkably, not mushy! That was thrilling.
Using a leftover foil salad container from a previous salad my sister had brought with some pizza the other night, I placed 1/3 of the vegetable salad--I think it was by Dole--quite a lot of broccoli florets, 1/3 of the red bell pepper, diced, the last tomato chopped up, half a cup of the cooked pinto beans, a little of the Spicy Peanut Sauce and a few shakes of Tajin Classico. I did the best I could to toss it, but it was a pretty full container. Another trip out at a Dollar Tree I found a large salad bowl with cover. I realized when we got back to the unit that I should have gotten a container for the beans since I may not finish them before we are ready to go home...
Anyway, it was a delicious salad and made a wonderful breakfast. I can make two more like it.