Author(s): Suzanne Gibbs
Following on from the success of The Pressure Cooker Recipe Book, Suzanne Gibbs has created another delicious collection of recipes that demonstrate just how versatile a pressure cooker can be in everyday cooking. We all know that pressure cookers are perfect for making slow-cooked wintery braises in a fraction of the time, but once again Suzanne shows us how much more they can do. Imagine whipping up recipes such as porcini mushroom pate, creamy eggplant risotto with fresh ricotta, pulled-pork tortillas, citrus buttermilk pie and apricot and kernel jam without spending hours at the stove. In this inspiring collection Suzanne offers 80 new recipes and takes us through all the practicalities, explaining how to choose, use and clean your pressure cooker. Once you have tried this healthy, efficient way of cooking, a gleaming pressure cooker will soon become an essential appliance in your kitchen all year round.
Suzanne Gibbs graduated from Le Cordon Bleu school of cookery in London before becoming an accomplished food writer, writing for publications such as Woman's Day, the Sunday Telegraph, Home Beautiful and Australian Table. She has also produced a wide range of cookbooks, including The Pressure Cooker Recipe Book and The Thrifty Kitchen, which she co-wrote with her daughter, Kate Gibbs. Suzanne has a wealth of experience gained over thirty years in the industry and, following in the footsteps of her mother, Margaret Fulton OAM, she is keen to ensure family meals are healthy, diverse and achievable.