Pressure Cookers


Traditionally pressure cookers were used for canning and for cooking large items such as a stew or even cooking a turkey. While today you can find pressure cookers which are multi-functional some people prefer a traditional pressure cooker or canner.

This is exactly what this All American 21-Quart Pressure Cooker is and if you need a new pot for canning then this will be the perfect choice for you. There are several different sizes available with the smallest being a 10 quart pot and the largest size being 41 quarts. Continue reading


With so many people enjoying the outdoors we thought that including a review on an outdoor cooker would be helpful to many people. While this may not be a true pressure cooker it will allow you to cook healthy meals for a crowd. It does use steam during the cooking process though.

Main Features of the CanCooker

  • Cooks with Steam
  • Prepare meals for up to 20 people
  • Easy to Use
  • Lightweight and Portable
  • Weight: 4 pounds
  • Dimensions: 12.5 x 11.8 x 15.2 inches
  • Great for camping, on the RV, hunting, fishing, tailgating parties, BBQ’s and cookouts

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Pressure cookers are an extremely useful item to have in your kitchen. They can be used for a variety of purposes including being used to make soups, stews and for cooking rice and other large quantities of food. They are also great for people who like to preserve their own fruits and vegetables.

This Instant Pot is known as a smart electric pressure cooker and was designed by Canadians for North American customers. It is perfect for anyone who leads a busy lifestyle and wants to lead a healthy lifestyle. It’s also great for anyone who considers themselves to be eco-friendly or likes to use green products. Continue reading


Many pressure cookers come in large sizes and sometimes you may be looking for a smaller pressure cooker. This Presto one is great for anyone looking for a much smaller pan and this one is a 4 quart pot.

Using a pressure cooker helps you save time, money and energy when compared to more traditional cooking pots. A pressure cooker will cook at least three to ten times faster. Continue reading