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Old 05-03-2009, 08:50 AM   #1
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Location: Port St Lucie, FL (originally NY)
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Pressure Cooker


I recently purchased a digital pressure cooker (8 qts) and its a very cool gadget, not dangerous as in the past. These new ones have lids that lock and will not come off until all the pressure is released. It makes meat so tender that you can purchase cheaper cuts of meat and they will taste great.

I make pulled pork and it comes out great: Purchase a pork loin or any kind of boneless pork cut (cheaper at Sams and BJ's) and cut lengthwise once or twice so they are not too thick. Place in the pressure cooker on the little wire rack they usually come with, and add a cup of water. Cook for 1 hour with the pressure set at 70. When done, you will be able to simply shred it apart using 2 forks and no effort. Add the BBQ sauce you like best. My kids eat it on hamburger rolls or with garlic bread.

Last year we purchased a propane turkey fryer for Thanksgiving. That was really a great turkey and very little trouble to cook. I would love to cook with it on a camping trip but I am unsure about how to do this with propane (safely and conveniently). I wish I had purchased an electric turkey fryer. Maybe it will have to 'break' so I can have an excuse to purchase an electric one! Has anyone used one of these? If so, what was your setup??

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