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Pressure Cooking for Everyoneby Rick Rodgers
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The pressure's on! These days who isn't looking to get a great meal on the table without a lot of time in the kitchen? Fast, foolproof, and extremely versatile, Pressure Cooking for Everyone is the answer for every busy cook. Now that pressure cookers are safe and easier to use than ever before (gone are the days of spaghetti-sauce-on-the-ceiling fiascos), author and acclaimed cooking teacher Rick Rodgers is here to prove that nearly everything can be cooked better-and faster-under pressure. An enclosed system, pressure cooking locks in flavor and nutrients. From Hearty Lentil and Pasta Soup to Five-Spice Pork Roast, Butternut Squash Risotto, and even creamy Orange-Chocolate Marble Cheesecake (who knew?), Pressure Cooking for Everyone reveals the secrets behind dozens of succulent dishes. Chock-full of great information and lavishly illustrated with beautiful color photographs, Pressure Cooking for Everyone is the perfect companion to every pressure cooker.
A complete guide to the pressure cooker presents a host of delectable recipes to suit any taste--including such treats as Abilene Beef and Bean Chili, Quick Garlic Mashed Potatoes, Jalape o and Cheese Corn Pudding, and CafT con Leche Flan--as well as helpful tips for the busy cook. Original.
Full of great information and lavishly illustrated with beautiful color photos, "Pressure Cooking for Everyone" features such recipes as Hearty Lentil and Pasta Soup, Five-Spice Pork Roast, Butternut Squash Risotto, and creamy Orange-Chocolate Marble Cheesecake. 24 color photos.
Fast, foolproof and extremely versatile, "Pressure Cooking for Everyone" is the answer for every busy cook. Author and acclaimed cooking teacher Rick Rodgers proves nearly everything can be cooked better and faster under pressure. From Pasta Soup to Creamy Orange-Chocolate Marble Cheesecake, this cookbook reveals secrets behind dozens of succulent dishes.
About the Author
Rick Rodgers, a popular cooking teacher and writer, is the author of Fried and True, Simply Shrimp, and On Rice, all from Chronicle Books. He lives in New Jersey.
Arlene Ward is a cooking teacher who has been teaching the pleasures of pressure cooking for many years. She lives in New Jersey.
Kathryn Russell is a Los Angeles-based photographer.
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