Pressure Cooking with Corrie Duffy


I've been a huge fan of cooking for a very long time. I started out by helping my parents prepare food in the kitchen and then slowly started cooking all by myself.

Naturally it was a lot of simple stuff but by the time I was a teenager I was doing a large portion of the family dinner prep all by myself.

You can read my about page for my but let me just say that I toyed with the idea of becoming a chef but do to the long hours at less than desirable times of day I just decided to be an amateur and start my own food blog on the side.

For the time being I'm focusing a large portion of this site to pressure cooking. It's an area of interest for me because it is such a versatile way of making just about anything.

I hope you'll take the time to read through my posts, connect with me on Facebook, and come back time and time again.

The best place on the website to start is my introduction page which is always available in the navigational bar. if you want to get a good feel for the content on this website then that's the place to go.

Below you'll see a list of my most recent posts but if you want to dig right into a few posts then I recommend you start with these posts which should be some of the more popular post and relevant to most people reading this:

  1. - Is Instant Pot A Good Slow Cooker?
  2. - The Best Pressure Cookers for 2017

On those two posts you'll learn a bit about pressure cooking in comparison to the wildly popular slow cooking methods that are so common these days.

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Are Aluminum Pressure Cookers Safe

When it comes to cooking for family, friends, or guests of any kind, the very last thing that anyone wants to have to think about is whether or not the cookware they are using is safe for the kitchen. There is a great deal of misinformation online about the safety of aluminium cookware—whether it’s pans, appliances, or anything… Read More »

Does Pressure Cooking Kill Nutrients

One reason we like to use pressure cookers is that they cook our food really fast. Whether it’s meat or grains or veggies – a pressure cooker can give you a moist, tender meal in a very short amount of actually cooking time. We also love the fact that pressure cooking kills so mach bacteria from our food.… Read More »

What Pressure Cooker Size Do I Need?

So you know that cooking a Cornish game hen in a 20-quart pressure cooker probably isn’t the bet idea and you know you shouldn’t stuff a small pressure cooker full to the brim. These points are obvious but getting the size right on all the stuff in between is the hard part. Stick with me here and I’ll… Read More »

Do Electric Pressure Cookers Make Noise? Any at All?

When deciding on new appliances for your home kitchen, there are a number of factors which are worth taking into consideration. Will the appliance fit on your surfaces? Do you have the required power-outlets to use the device? Do you have enough room to store the device? And, importantly, is this appliance going to be a practical, worthwhile… Read More »

Do Electric Pressure Cookers Get to 15 PSI

As the name suggests, pressure cookers work by creating a controlled, high-pressure environment in which food can cook quickly and effectively. In most cases they only get to 15 PSI at maximum but that is not the whole story. In the US and a few other countries which still use the imperial measurement system, pressure is measured in… Read More »