Fissler Vitaquick Pressure Cooker Normal Release

Fissler Vitaquick Pressure Cooker Normal ReleaseOn June 18th, in Seattle (WA) several companies and myself are coordinating to offer 2 pressure cooking demonstrations!

Be sure to RSVP to the email address, below, if you can make it!  I would love to meet some of my readers from the Pacific Northwest!

Here is the “official” press release, as written by Fissler, USA:

Free Pressure Cooking Events in Downtown Seattle on Saturday, June 18th! Presented by, City Kitchens, Fissler USA and

Food lovers will learn from pressure cooking expert Laura Pazzaglia of as she prepares four fabulous recipes in Fissler Blue Point pressure cookers. Events will be held at the headquarters of the popular cooking website Two sessions will be offered, at 12:00 noon until 2:00pm and 3:00pm until 5:00pm on Saturday, June 18th.

Events are free and open to the public but preregistration is requested by contacting Kerry at City Kitchens at by Friday the 17th. Attendees will meet at City Kitchens gourmet cookware store at 1527 4th Ave, Seattle, WA 98101, which is adjacent to the headquarters of All event attendees will be eligible for a special discount at City Kitchens.

Laura will demonstrate the following recipes, using Fissler Blue Point pressure cookers. The Fissler Blue Point, available in six sizes, provides incredible cooking versatility for a wide range of cooking applications, while ensuring total safety:
Caramelized Apple Crumb Cake, Ligurian Lemon Chicken, Prosciutto Asparagus Canes, Zucchini cups on Tomato Bed

About Laura Pazzaglia and
Laura Pazzaglia, comes from a career of directing technology projects at large software and new-media companies in the San Francisco Bay Area. Five years ago she chose to stay home with her newborn and eventually moved to Austria where she discovered pressure cooking, and then Italy where she now resides.

When she couldn’t find the recipes she wanted to cook she started to develop her own. Her website,, is a campaign for fast, modern, healthy, energy-efficient recipes. With clear directions and vivid step-by-step photos takes the fear out of pressure cooking and injects it with inspiration.

Laura’s personal goal is to get anyone who is just cooking, pressure cooking!

Allrecipes, the world’s largest social network of food and entertaining enthusiasts, receives more than 35 million annual unique visits from users who share and download recipes, reviews, photos, personal profiles, and meal ideas.

For more than 10 years, the Seattle-based site has served as a dynamic, indispensable resource for cooks of all skill levels seeking trusted recipes, entertaining ideas, everyday and holiday meal solutions, practical cooking tips and food advice. As the fastest-growing independent food Internet site, and part of the Reader’s Digest Association, Inc. Food & Entertaining Division, Allrecipes provides insights into the kitchens and cooking passions of home cooks everywhere. For additional information regarding Allrecipes, please visit

About City Kitchens:
City Kitchens is known as the “one-of-a-kind store for cooks, since 1988”. It is one of the finest independent cookware retailers in the country, featuring the very best housewares, kitchen gadgets and cooking tools in a beautiful store in the heart of downtown Seattle. Visit for more information.

About Fissler cookware:
Fissler is Germany’s finest manufacturer of quality cookware, with a specialization in pressure cookers since the turn-of-the-century. A constant innovator in the field, Fissler’s expertise in pressure cookers has led to the Fissler Blue Point line which contains the safest and easiest to use pressure cookers on the market. For more about Fissler, visit

I will be travelling for the rest of June and beginning of July, so please be patient as it will take longer than usual to publish your comments or answer your questions – but I will check-in regularly.

I have prepared lots of yummy recipes to publish automatically once a week, during my travels to keep your pressure cooker busy and inspired!



1 Comment

  1. I am so sad to miss you while you are in town! You got me started when I began cooking with my pc in January. I use mine nearly daily now and wish I could meet my inspiration. Enjoy the city and I’ll have to catch you next time you are in town.

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