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Old 10-09-2010, 06:22 PM   #1
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Yesterday Steve and I found a Cuisinart Pressure cooker for sale at Costco. Does any one out there use one in their Airstream? What kinds of things do you cook in it.


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Yesterday Steve and I found a Cuisinart Pressure cooker for sale at Costco. Does any one out there use one in their Airstream? What kinds of things do you cook in it.


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Haven't seen the electric one before, but if it works like the old stove top ones it should be great. Things that I cook in a pressure cooker: Roasts with veggies, whole chicken off the bone in under 30 minutes, beans, rice, etc. Two things that I like about using the pressure cooker; it cooks fast so it saves on fuel and it keeps the heat down in the kitchen. Sort of an old school microwave. I have a several different brands and sizes. Smallest one is about 1.5 liters the largest is over 8 quarts. We also have one monster that is over 20 quarts that we use for canning.


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We use a pressure cooker all the time. We also make pressure cooker fried chicken.
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We don't have an electric model but use the stove top model. As others have said it's a great time saver and you can't beat the flavor and tenderness of a chuck roast done in it.
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