Author: Brian Child

Pressure Cooker Opening Methods

Pressure Cooker Opening Methods Did you know there are more than one way to open a pressure cooker? Did you also know that each way has an impact on what is cooking inside? Some methods work for a stove-top pressure cooker that might not be appropriate for an electric version. We would like to share the “how’s” for each of the particular opening methods for pressure cookers to help you get started and provide the “why’s” so you can sharpen your pressure cooking skills. Method NameSpeedProcedureElectricStovetop Cold-Water QuickFastestMove pressure cooker to the sink and pour cold water on the...

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Pressure Cooker Hard-Boiled Eggs

Pressure Cooker Hard-Boiled Eggs I could hardly believe my ears. I worked in a Energy consulting firm for about 7 years and I worked with brilliant folks and one such person was an Engineer by trade.  He had the philosophy to eat to live rather than live to eat. Regularly I would see that he would bring in several bowls of food that each consisted of a portioned amount of rice and one hard boiled egg. 5-7 bowls of food, each and every day he would bring these bowls in. I finally got up the courage to ask him...

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Easy Pressure Cooker Steamed Rice

Easy Pressure Cooker Steamed Rice That’s right, who needs a second piece of equipment in your kitchen taking up space when you can get perfect results right from your pressure cooker! In these kitchens we do rice two ways, the Classic way (Pressure Cooker) and the Bain Marie way (stove top) that get’s a little more complicated.  For today, we will focus on the classic way or my preferred way of doing rice as it is easy. Yes, you are right that grains and in particular rice demand precise amounts of time and liquid to yield perfect results. Too...

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Oven-Cooked Pulled Pork

Oven-Cooked Pulled Pork Oven-Cooked Pulled Pork. That’s right, I said it. Indoor pulled pork, and to boot it works. I know, not all indoor pulled pork is worthy of being on this website. There are good recipes and there are poor recipes. The goal was to find a recipe that worked; large tender chunks that were moist and not overly wet, a flavor that had a nice balance between molasses, had bright vinegar, heat and yes a hint of smoke. It also had to be wicked easy. Oven-Cooked Pulled Pork 2016-04-24 20:52:57 Serves 8 Write a review Save Recipe...

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Birthday’s and Brazilian-Style Steak Marinade

Birthday’s and Brazilian-Style Steak Marinade Today is my beloved’s 14th Anniversary of her 29th birthday! Which means: We are rapidly approaching our marriage half life. i.e. We will have been married for longer than we were alive before we met. I know, we are getting older. I wanted to share with you a fantastic marinade that I am using to cook for her on her birthday dinner tonight. I married well, and one of my Wife’s favorite dinners is a delicious cooked steak. I have spoken how Cindy loved a well cooked steak before I liberated her. Now, a medium-rare steak...

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