• Cooking Under Pressure



Cooking Under Pressure


From the publisher

Remember how wonderful home cooking tasted when you were a kid? Remember the comforting aromas that filled your house, the delicious soups and stews that warmed your childhood winters? They can all be yours again thanks to culinary historian and James Beard Award-winning cookbook author Lorna Sass. From the elegant to the ethnic to the traditional, Cooking Under Pressure, the 20th anniversary edition, collects more than 159 delectable recipes, as Sass shows how to cook comfort food at its fastest and best.

Upon its release 20 years ago, Cooking Under Pressure inspired a whole generation of home cooks to dust off their pressure cookers and rethink their way of preparing meals. Now Sass, the leading authority on speed cooking, is back to prove that to a new generation — and make sure the rest have not forgotten! — with this new edition updated for today’s tastes and for even more efficient, safer cookers.

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