Wolfgang Puck Presssure Oven Cookbook
I just received the Pressure Oven Cookbook by Marion Getz for Wolfgang Puck Pressure Over. I purchased this first and was going to follow up with the Pressure Oven, once I viewed the book. I wanted to like this, but my first impression when I opened the first few pages and then the pages to follow was: They must of wanted to save money on the ink. It looked as though the book was printed on light ink. The headlines "Tips" are printed in dark ink and the rest in very light ink. Following up with the recipes: The Title Headline is in dark ink and the products to use are in very light ink. I don’t know the reason for this, It makes me believe that they might just try and scrap every savings they can and the quality of the Pressure Oven will not be there just like the book. Don’t get me wrong, the recipe for what I could read look great, but I don’t believe I will be trying them out in the Pressure Oven because of the quality of the book. I am afraid of the oven being less quality just like the ink in the book. I had several other neighbors view the book with me, before I had said anything to them, they all mentioned the ink issues. Sorry Marian ( your name was in dark ink) but when I am cooking, I want to be able to read the recipe and not have to put the cooking tools down to hold the book closer to be able to read the light color ink. It looks like it was printed in the lightest ink without being invisible ink.
This post is a joke, right?
i bought the oven and expected the turkey recipe that was prepped. So disappointed! Have ordered the cookbook but believe a conversion and minimum recipes should have been with oven. Also, from the pictures of the webpage, I don’t think the turkey is on the rotisserie.
Pixie, it asks for a code but the code is an answer. Like where is Connie Craig-Carroll from? The code or answer was Tennessee.
Hi pixie92! What do you mean by code? If you mean the arcade trivia, then the answers are not listed anywhere. It is a trivia game that we have going on every Friday evening for a chance to win tickets.
Posted in Kitchen & Food
08.29.15 8:14 AM