Pressure cooker with cookbook. Description: Pressure cooker with recipe book; A: bottom of cooker, silver colored metal with black handle, ring at end of handle; B: lid, bowed when not in position on cooker, rod though steam vent forms auxilliary handle with hook that fastens around grooved section of handle on "A", "Flex Seal"; C: vent weight , heavy silver colored piece with black knob on top; D: recipe book which includes instructions,...Flex Seal cooker, white paper, blue printing. Condition good, small crack in "B"; recipe book cover has been written on in pencil. A: 7 1/2" x 6" x 14 5/8", B: 7 1/8" x 2 7/8" x 12 5/8", C: 3/4" diam x 2", D: 3 3/8" x 5 7/8" x 1/8". From the History Information Station: Object: Flex-seal pressure cooker. History: According to the instruction book accompanying this early pressure cooker, it is the appliance of your dreams. "You have long wished for a cooking utensil that would perform the same kind of miracles in modern-day cookery that Aladdin's Lamp performed in its day. No doubt you've dreamed of owning a cooker that would enable you to speed up your cooking, save fuel, and best of all, make every kind of food taste better, look more inviting, and contain more nourishment that ever before." Yes indeed. Gift of Ruth Good
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