If you have gotten out of the habit of preparing meals with fresh ingredients because it’s time-consuming, try using a pressure cooker. You can prepare dinner…side dishes…and even dessert in one-third less time. Pressure cookers are different from Crock-Pots and other slow cookers, which cook food for hours. Instead, a pressure cooker forces heat through food so you can serve up delicious soups in 10 minutes…chicken in 17 minutes…and cake in 20. For how to do it, look to cookbook author Lorna Sass’s book Cooking Under Pressure (William Morrow) or on her Web site http://PressureCookingWithLornaSass.wordpress.com.