Continued interest in low-fat foods is spawning sales of nonstick cookware, grill pans, steamers, pressure cookers, double-boilers and stir fryers. Sales of this type of cookware are picking up at O'Malia Food Markets, Carmel, Ind., especially at a store where a cooking school has operated for 10 years. "Pressure cookers and double-boilers are getting popular again," said Terri Stiegman, director of the cooking school. "Lighter meals are what people ask about in cooking classes." Stiegman ...

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