Features

March 2013 Issue

The Comeback (Pressure) Cooker

The pressure cooker has been out of vogue longer than most modern cooks—or their children and grandchildren—can remember. Perhaps its reputation as the source of kitchen nightmares—a hissing, spitting pot threatening to erupt its contents everywhere but on the serving plate—is to blame. Fortunately, today’s pressure cooker has overcome those kinks, and is in fact, well-suited to today’s demand for healthy, flavorful cooking that saves money, energy and time.

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