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Post Info TOPIC: Electric Pressure cookers

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Electric Pressure cookers

I have found my new favorite cooking pot.. I bought a Wolfgang Puck electric pressure cooker from HSN last month .. I am in love with it.. I have cooked some great meals in 30 minutes or less...This is going into the camper for sure. I made homemade chicken stock in 30 minutes.. I took part of that today and made a huge pot of Baked Potato Soup.. I plan to use the rest of the stock and cook up some Pa Dutch Chicken Pot Pie for dinner this week...  Just thought I would pass this along to anyone looking for a quick cooking item for their camp site....  Happy Travels to All

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Oh, MAN!!!!   I remember pressure cookers.

I remember my mother cooking beans with one when I was a little kid.  And, since I'm 65, that was a wee bit ago.

Those beans led to a new paint job in the kitchen.

I would say that this was supposed to be a caution about using a pressure cooker, but I still get tickled thinking about that "blow-up".  What an explosion.

But, then.  What do I know about cooking?  I spoke once of not being able to fry water.  A very kind forum member politely informed me that you don't "FRY" water, but you "BAKE" it.

Doesn't work for me.  I just can't get it to brown on top.



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