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How to Chiffonade Herbs How to Chiffonade Herbs
In this video you will learn how to chiffonade herbs.
0:59
By: GastroLab.TV
What Is Sous Vide Cooking? What Is Sous Vide Cooking?
Feeling adventurous? Learn about the wonders of sous vide cooking in your own home in this episode of 'Ask the Expert.'
0:41
By: My Recipes
How to Make Perfectly Caramelized Onions How to Make Perfectly Caramelized Onions
Learn how to make perfectly caramelized onions for every occasion.
2:24
By: Lifestyle Collective - Kitchen Living with Coryanne
How to Boil Eggs Perfectly Every Time How to Boil Eggs Perfectly Every Time
Kiss powdery, green yolks goodbye. Here's how to get your boiled eggs perfect every time.
1:53
By: Women's Health
Handy Measurements in the Kitchen Handy Measurements in the Kitchen
Keep these handy measurements in mind next time you find yourself without a measuring cup.
0:52
By: My Recipes
How to Poach Your Eggs Perfectly Every Time How to Poach Your Eggs Perfectly Every Time
Breakfast's are about to get even better. Learn how to poach eggs perfectly every time.
1:54
By: Women's Health
Kitchen Essentials: Items Every Kitchen Needs Kitchen Essentials: Items Every Kitchen Needs
We're gonna take you through the essentials to set up your kitchen so it can become that creative space to cook and entertain in.
3:20
By: Obsev Food
The Best Way to Separate Egg Yolks from Whites The Best Way to Separate Egg Yolks from Whites
Chef James Gottwalk shares the easiest way to separate egg yolks from whites.
1:00
By: WGN
What Is an Ice Bath What Is an Ice Bath
An ice bath is a combination of water and ice. It is used to quickly stop the cooking process, especially when blanching or par boiling ingredients.
0:52
By: Rouxbe Cooking School
How to Slice Onions How to Slice Onions
Using a chef knife to slice onions is a cooking skill you won't cry about learning. This quick cooking technique is especially useful when slicing pounds of onions when making recipes such as caramelized onions or French onion soup.
0:54
By: Rouxbe Cooking School
How to Cook Rice in a Pot How to Cook Rice in a Pot
You don't have to own a rice cooker to cook rice as this cooking video will demonstrate.
0:52
By: Rouxbe Cooking School
How to Clean a Cooking Pot How to Clean a Cooking Pot
With the addition of a little baking soda and some liquid soap you can easily clean the most stubborn baked on food residue off of any pot or pan.
0:56
By: Rouxbe Cooking School
How to Use a Chef's Knife How to Use a Chef's Knife
This instructional cooking video is an introduction to how to use a Chef's Knife.
0:51
By: Rouxbe Cooking School
The Methods of Submersion Cooking The Methods of Submersion Cooking
This instructional cooking video covers the 3 types submersion cooking: poaching, simmering and boiling.
0:58
By: Rouxbe Cooking School
How to Cook Light and Dark Meats How to Cook Light and Dark Meats
This instructional cooking video offers an introduction to poultry, including the best cooking methods for light and dark meats.
1:05
By: Rouxbe Cooking School
How to Cook Pasta How to Cook Pasta
This instructional cooking video is an introduction to the essentials of cooking pasta.
2:16
By: Rouxbe Cooking School
How to Dice Your Cooking Ingredients How to Dice Your Cooking Ingredients
In this episode of Kitchen Lingo, expand your kitchen vocabulary with "dice" as we demonstrate the skill set involved.
0:30
By: Kitchen Lingo
How to Supreme a Citrus Fruit How to Supreme a Citrus Fruit
Check out the latest episode of Kitchen Lingo, as we help you expand your kitchen vocabulary with the term 'supreme.'
0:40
By: Kitchen Lingo
How to Master the Mise En Place Technique How to Master the Mise En Place Technique
Chef Keith Schroeder demonstrates an effective practice used in professional kitchens called Mise en Place (a French phrase for 'putting in place') to help home cook's organize and arrange recipe ingredients from his new cookbook 'Mad Delicious.'
4:22
By: Cooking Light
How to Chop Like A Pro, 3 Must Know Techniques | Practically Cooking How to Chop Like A Pro, 3 Must Know Techniques | Practically Cooking
Ingredients come in all shapes and sizes, and so do the knives we need to cut them. Use these three simple chopping techniques to prepare your ingredients like a master chef and keep your fingers safe!
2:37
By: Obsev Food
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Quick Tip

Try to always be a day ahead in your cooking. If you follow this rule, then, when you get home from work, the family dinner will be waiting for you, rather than everyone waiting on supper. While you are heating up the meal you can be preparing for the next, or you can wait until everyone is fed before working on tomorrow. This puts the power back into your own hands by allowing you to cook when it best suits you while eliminating the stress caused by rushing.


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