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Milk Street instant pot : bold, fast, fresh--a revolution of flavor in an instant / Christopher Kimball ; writing and editing by J.M. Hirsch and Michelle Locke ; recipes by Matthew Card, Diane Unger and the cooks at Milk Street ; art direction by Jennifer Baldino Cox and Brianna Coleman ; photography by Connie Miller of CB Creatives ; food styling by Christine Tobin.

Kimball, Christopher, (author.). Hirsch, J. M., (author,, editor.). Locke, Michelle, (author,, editor.). Card, Matthew, (author.). Unger, Diane, (author.). Miller, Connie (Photographer), (photographer.). Christopher Kimball's Milk Street (Firm) (Added Author).

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North Kansas City Public Library 641.587 KIMBALL 2021 (Text) 0001002395141 Nonfiction New Checked out 01/24/2022

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General Note:
"Originally published in hardcover as Milk Street fast and slow by Voracious, April 2020"--Title page verso
"Official Instant Pot book"--Cover
Includes index.
Formatted Contents Note:
Introduction -- Pressure pointers -- Vegetables -- Grains -- Beans -- One-pot pastas -- Chicken -- Pork -- Beef.
Summary, etc.:
Using fresh flavor combinations and innovative techniques from around the world, this cookbook shows home cooks how to make the most of their multicooker's unique capabilities with a vast array of one-pot recipes revealing how to prepare the same dish two ways.
"Instant Pots and other multicookers can transform your routine, turning day-long simmers and braises into quick dishes that are achievable even on a busy weeknight. But did you know that the same pot is also a top-notch slow cooker, delivering make-ahead flexibility? Milk Street [Instant Pot] shows you how to make the most of your multicooker's unique capabilities with a host of one-pot recipes that show how to prepare the same dish two ways. For the quickest meals, use the pressure cooker setting to cut down on cooking time. And if you prefer the flexibility of a slow cooker, you can start your cooking hours ahead."--publisher's website.
Subject: Pressure cooking.
Electric cooking, Slow.
Quick and easy cooking.
Smart cookers.
Genre: Cookbooks.

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