The Complete Idiot's Guide to Pressure Cooking

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Penguin, Sep 6, 2011 - Cooking - 368 pages

The only pressure cooker book written with a trained chef.

? Features over 200 delicious recipes.

 

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Contents

Title Page
Pressure Cooking Techniques
Awesome Appetizers
Stellar Salads
EggBased Dishes
Incredible Vegetable Soups
Meaty Soups from Around the World
Perfect Poultry Soups
Stews from the
Beefy Entrées
OnePot Poultry Pleasers
Pork Ham and Lamb Main Dishes
On the Side
Eat Your Veggies
Saucy Sauces and Toppers
Crème de la Crème

Seaside Soups and Chowders
Vegetarian Stews Chilies and Curries
ForkTender Meat Stews and Curries
White Meat Stews
Fruity Favorites
Appendix A Glossary
Appendix B Troubleshooting Common Problems
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Carole Jacobs is a nationally recognized health and fitness writer whose work has appeared in more than 250 national publications. In addition to being the health and fitness editor for "TravelGirl" magazine, she was he coauthor of "The Everything Health Guide to Adult ADD/ADHD". She has reported on a wide variety of health, mental health, and fitness issues and worked with many leading medical and fitness experts. Her United Press Syndicate features on health have run in 250 major newspapers throughout the U.S. and Canada, and she has authored several books, including a healthy lifestyle guide.

Dr. Isadore Wendel, PhD, MSCP is a clinical psychologist who practices in Southern California. Dr. Wendel specializes in psychological evaluation and psychotherapy of children and adults, including those with ADD and ADHD. In addition, he is an expert consultant to Social Security s Office of Disability Adjudication and Review and to California s Department of Social Services, Disability Determination Services. Dr. Wendel has been quoted in a wide variety of national magazines ranging from "Shape" and "Men s Fitness" to "Where to Retire" as well as United Press Syndicate s family of 250-plus major metro newspapers.

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