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Kitchenware News September 2014

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Small Electrics SMALL ELECTRICS 1 2 KITCHENWARE NEWS & HOUSEWARES REVIEW ■ SEPTEMBER 2014 ■ www.kitchenwarenews.com Sponsored by BY AMBER GALLEGOS Electric pressure cookers offer the convenience of being able to set-it-and- forget-it while also including the benefits of traditional stove-top pressure cooking. These modern versions of the traditional kitchen staple offer additional safety features and settings that allow the user more cooking options. Pressure cookers utilize a sealed vessel to build up steam and cook foods faster at a higher temperature. Electric pressure cookers typically reduce standard cooking times by 70 percent in addition to saving energy as a result of the shorter cooking time. Pressure cooking was invented in 1679 by the French physicist Denis Papin. It became a popular home cooking method during World War II as a result of the energy efficiency it achieves. Since that time pressure cookers have come a long way, and contemporary electric pressure cookers are the most recent take on the concept, standing Electric Pressure Cookers Take the Pressure off Meal Planning THE HORSEPOWER PLUS BLENDER FROM TRIBEST The innovative new Tribest Dynablend® Horsepower plus™ is an affordable high power blender that can handle all of your toughest blending jobs. With its elegant design, incorporating a tempered glass pitcher and a stainless steel utility scoop (patent pending), the Dynablend stands out against the competition.The Tribest Dynablend Horsepower Plus has a powerful 1.1 HP motor with a stainless steel cross blade that provides all the power you need to blend everything from vegetables and leafy greens to frozen fruits and ice. Competing home blenders are made of plastic or feature a weak motor and cannot get you the results you want. The Dynablend Horsepower Plus is the only blender designed to minimize the health concerns that come along with plastic by using safe materials such as tempered glass and stainless steel that are naturally BPA- free. The Dynablend comes with both pre-programmed buttons and variable speed control. Whether you are looking to make a quick smoothie or get that soup to the perfect consistency, the Dynablend puts those controls right at your fingertips.The Dynablend Horsepower Plus is truly the perfect blend of high-quality materials, performance, control, and affordable price. Tribest Corporation 714.879.7150 www.tribest.com far apart f rom memories of your grandmother's stovetop pressure cooker and its ominous rattling and hissing. Settings options on electric pressure cookers typically include browning, rice cooking, warming, steaming, slow cooking and a delayed start option. The various settings enable a multitude of recipes to be made f rom the single unit including beef or pork roasts, pastas, soups, stews, one-pot meals, risottos, and even whole chickens. The delayed start option makes it possible for the cooking to begin even when away f rom the home. W ith the additional options of slow cooking and browning, these electric pressure cookers are doing double-duty to truly earn that coveted counter space. Ranging in size from four to eight quarts, the smaller size can accommodate two- person families while the larger sizes are suitable for bigger families or making large quantities of food. 5-QUART ELECTRIC PRESSURE COOKER IMUSA Pressure Cooker functions include: brown, slow cook, pressure cook, steam and warm. The IMUSA Electric Pressure Cooker takes its inspiration from the traditional stovetop model and features cool touch handles, pressure regulators, safety features, plus a digital display for easy reading. Suggested Retail Price: $79.99 IMUSA 800.850.2501 www.imusausa.com

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