Everyone, it seems, is using countertop electric pressure cookers, many of them with considerable additional functionality, to fix dinner. And there has been a flood of books in response.
We have been more than cautious about offering any of them. We chose Melissa Clark's work because we have confidence in her kitchen skills, have enjoyed working from her other books—most recently Dinner: Changing the Game
—and respect her willingness to focus on what these devices do well instead of trying to make them do everything.
And there's no doubt that the food here is attractive: savory sausage and broccoli bread pudding; beef and sweet potato gratin; green chile chicken soup with hominy. There's even a ginger-lemon cheesecake and a sticky toffee pudding. With 75 recipes in all, and 50 of them ready in less than an hour, this is a handy, dependable book.
Hardcover. Color throughout.