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Great Food Fast : Bob Warden's Ultimate Pressure Cooker Recipes Paperback – February 10, 2012
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"#5 Bestselling Cookbook of the Year for 2012." --Publishers Weekly
New York Times Best Seller! --New York Times
About the Author
Well-known TV personality Bob Warden has proven taste and sizzling passion for great food as a television cooking celebrity, kitchenware developer, and cookbook author. He is a hugely successful TV cooking show host, product developer, and QVC manufacturers' representative, with four decades of experience. Bob has helped develop more than 500 kitchen products for QVC, as well as for other top brand kitchen manufacturers. Bob is also the author of several cookbooks which include Quick and Easy Pressure Cooking, Best of the Best cook's essentials Cookbook (with Gwen McKee), Bob Warden's Favorite Ninja Recipes, Bob Warden's Favorite Recipes for cook's essentials Cookware, and Bob Warden's Slow Food Fast. Great Food Fast has sold over 100,000 copies so far in 2012. Warden's newest venture, Great Chefs International, includes the launch of a TV series, companion cookbook, and the premiere of Great Flavors, a new collection of low-sodium, high-taste concentrated stock bases.
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UPDATE: I now have tried many of Bob's recipes in this book and have to say they are amazing!! They are easy to follow and come out perfect every time. My favorites so far; German Pot Roast, Sweet Onion Chicken Teriyaki and the Perfected Pulled Pork. Yum!!
That said, I do wish it had more diverse cultural recipes, but I might have to find a culture specific recipe book to find that. Most of the recipes in here are what I would consider American food with some "Chinese" (takeout) food thrown in, so if you want a book that will tell you how to make several different pot roasts, loin roasts, mac and cheeses, etc, this is definitely the book for you.
Also a comment specifically for the paperback version - I wish it had a spiral binding! It is impossible for the book to stay open by itself if you want to cook anything that isn't in the middle of the book without weighing down the pages on both sides. I actually just dropped it off at a print shop to get the binding replaced, which will bring up the price of this book to $18. I sincerely wish I had bought the kindle version instead.
The Orange Glazed Pork Chops pg 97 are wonderful -- tenderest pork I've ever eaten! Also the Perfected Pot Roast pg 41 can't be beat! I haven't tried the BBQ Beef Tips Pg 64 yet, but appreciate that there is an option to use prepared BBQ sauce, rather than taking the time to gather the ingredients, mix the mustard, Wor. sauce, br. sugar, garlic powder, etc.
There are helpful "Make it Better" tips after each recipe, which make suggestions, such as substituting cream cheese in the place of mascarpone cheese, (which is good, b/c I've never heard of mascarpone cheese!) The Shrimp Alfredo pg 111 has a low-fat option. The recipes which call for alcohol have alternative suggestions; e.g.: use juice of 1 lemon to replace 1/4 cup dry white wine in the Chicken Fricassee pg 77.
I plan on using this recipe book a lot!
At the back of the book there are a few pages of Cook Times References, so you can use your own meat, beans, and pasta recipes and know how to long they need to cook.
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Did try the pulled pork one. Yummy
Can't wait to try the others. : )