I'm an experienced cook, but fairly new to pressure cookers. However, I'm very interested in learning more about them and incorporating this old technique (did you know that pressure cooking was first invented in the 17th century?) into my modern kitchen. I like the notion of using less fuel and less time to produce delicious food, sometimes achieving even better results than if I had used a more conventional method, or so I'm promised by pressure cooker aficionados. So to begin my journey into Pressure Cooker Land, I turned to those reliable kitchen geeks, America's Test Kitchen, and their new book Pressure Cooker Perfection: 100 Foolproof Recipes That Will Change the Way You Cook.