Here are a few cooking/kitchen tips that will help you work safer, and more efficiently in your kitchen.
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Thanksgiving Day Cooking Tips and Secrets
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The holidays are upon us, and it’s time to start cooking. My family usually eats the same thing- caviar (domestic of course!), shrimp, French bread, and other snacks… there’s also always plenty of good chocolate and chilled champagne to go around.
It’s a busy time of year. In addition to cooking, there are presents to wrap, relatives to accommodate, and other work to be done.
These simple tips can reduce the amount of time you spend in the kitchen, and increase time spent with guests and family.
Always store your knives in a drawer, or on the wall on a magnetized strip. Never in a butcher block blade-side down. Removing and placing the knife in the block will make it dull.
Here’s the truth – there are shortcuts and secrets that the pros use in commercial kitchens. These little tricks are used to save time, and also cut down on product waste. These simple tricks can be used in your own kitchen to help make you a more proficient and effective cook. Shhhhh…..don’t share these secrets with just anyone!