Pressure Cookers and Slow Cookers

In the new issue of JOK Magazine, the third chapter of my series on Pots and Pans deals with what I once considered two diabolical appliances: Pressure Cookers and Slow Cookers!

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Tips, tricks, and tidbits of their curious history…

by the way, this is what many consider the progenitor of our modern pressure cooker, invented by Denis Papin in France in the 1670s:

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  1. It’s such a great issue if I do say so myself! Ale your Pots & Pans series is AMAZING! As always I learn SO much from you! Thanks for contributing!

  2. And featured on the cover, too. Congrats! Actually, I love cooking with pressure, it’s such a time-saver! It’s too bad that pressure cookers seem to have gone out of fashion. They have an unfair reputation as unsafe, although I have to say that “contraption” from the 18th century sure is scary looking…

  3. I loved this article – I love the history you always include in your articles!

  4. I always enjoy your articles in the Joy Of Kosher Magazine, I always learn so much!

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