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Pressure cooking is the process of cooking food, using water or other cooking liquid, in a sealed vessel, known as a pressure cooker. As pressure cooking cooks food faster than conventional cooking ...

History of the Pressure Cooker - Miss Vickie

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The first version of a pressure cooker was created by Denis Papin, French physicist and mathematician (1647-1712). In 1679 he made a large cast iron vessel ...

Discover Pressure Cooking: History

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The history of the pressure cooker and pressure cooking. ... French physicist, Denis Papin, who is most noted for his work with steam power, invented the “ Steam ...

Fastcooking.ca - The History of the Pressure Cooker

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The invention of the pressure cooker is credited to Denis Papin, a French physicist. Perhaps this partially explains why nearly every household in France has a ...

Presto®: Company History

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Its products were marketed under the trade name “National,” and the company name was changed to “National Pressure Cooker Company” to more closely ...

History of pressure cookers, steam digesters, Papin, Appert, Shriver ...

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Feb 21, 2008 ... Pressure cooking doesn't have quite the same feel-good levels, and yet it ... It was a 17th century invention: cutting-edge technology, with the ...

Fagor America : About Pressure Cooking

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You are about to find out why Fagor Pressure Cookers are the single most important ... into place on the pressure cooker, an air- and steam-tight seal is created.

Pressure Cooker History timeline - IndiaCurry.com

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May 1689: Denis Papin, a French physicist demonstrates his invention 'steam digestor' to Royal Society in London for cooking bones. - 1915: The term ' pressure ...

A Short Recent History of Pressure-Cooker Bombs | TIME.com

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Apr 16, 2013 ... ... like the kitchen pot you might use to cook rice at home. As it happens, pressure cookers have a nefarious reputation in counterterrorism circles.

Who discovered pressure cooker? - Quora

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Apr 15, 2013 ... Pressure cooker was created by Denis Papin French physicist and mathematician In 1679, French physicist Denis Papin, better known for his ...

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What Is Pressure Cooking, and What Does It Do? A Pressure ...

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Aug 21, 2013 ... What is a pressure cooker anyway? When was it invented? How does it work? Why would you consider adding one to your arsenal of kitchen ...

pressure cooker | Britannica.com

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Hermetically sealed pot which produces steam heat to cook food quickly. The pressure cooker first appeared in 1679 as Papin's Digester, named for its inventor, ...

Who invented the pressure cooker? - Pressure Cooker Centre

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We should all have a pressure cooker in our kitchen. Pressure cooking is simply a process of cooking food in which water or other cooking liquids are used, in a ...