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Kitchen Tools for Baking Kitchen Tools for Baking
Jennifer Sperling shows you kitchen tools for baking.
3:38
By: GeoBeats
Keeping Kitchen Knives Sharpened Keeping Kitchen Knives Sharpened
Jennifer Sperling shows you how to keep your kitchen knives sharpened.
5:50
By: GeoBeats
Hot Liquids and Kitchen Safety Hot Liquids and Kitchen Safety
Personal chef Katherine Dacanay gives some tips for safely handling hot liquids in the kitchen.
1:32
By: GeoBeats
Top Tips for Kitchen Organizational Top Tips for Kitchen Organizational
Chef Lisa Brisch with Orange Pomegranate gives some tips for keeping an organized kitchen and pantry.
2:05
By: GeoBeats
Tips for Cooking Pasta Tips for Cooking Pasta
Cooking perfect pasta isn't hard. Then again, cooking mushy or crunchy noodles is dangerously easy. Learn how to avoid under-cooking or overcooking it.
2:08
By: Howcast Studio
How to Use Oil in Cooking How to Use Oil in Cooking
The Head Chef of the George-Inn in Surrey shows you how to cook with olive oil. Get the base of your dishes right every time and avoid common pitfalls of using olive oil with this guide.
2:44
By: Scoff
How to Find the Best Kitchen Knives How to Find the Best Kitchen Knives
GHRI product analyst Paul Hope shares our top tips on finding the best cutlery for your kitchen.
1:14
By: GoodHousekeeping
How to Cook Asparagus How to Cook Asparagus
Ann Taylor Pittman shows you the perfect way to cook asparagus.
1:56
By: Cooking Light
How to Cook Kale How to Cook Kale
Ann Taylor Pittman shows you the perfect way to cook kale.
1:43
By: Cooking Light
How to Hard-Boil an Egg How to Hard-Boil an Egg
Get a perfect, creamy yolk, firm white exterior, and an easy-to-peel shell with this technique.
0:39
By: Cooking Light
How to Get Perfectly Fluffy Rice How to Get Perfectly Fluffy Rice
Get perfectly fluffy rice with this easy cooking technique.
0:53
By: Cooking Light
How to Blanch Vegetables How to Blanch Vegetables
Blanching vegetables is a great technique to use before freezing vegetable or to preserve the bright color during cooking.
0:42
By: Cooking Light
How to Cook Bacon in the Oven How to Cook Bacon in the Oven
Cooking bacon in the oven yields perfect, crispy slices and allows it to sit above its rendered fat.
0:46
By: Cooking Light
Brian Boitano's Kitchen Essentials Brian Boitano's Kitchen Essentials
Figure skating legend Brian Boitano is also a pro in the kitchen and he's sharing his favorite kitchen essentials!
1:03
By: The Rachael Ray Show
How to Use a Pressure Cooker How to Use a Pressure Cooker
Learn how to properly use a pressure cooker, which can cut up to 70 percent of cook time.
1:25
By: Cooking Light
How to Hone Your Knife How to Hone Your Knife
Honing your knife alone cannot sharpen a dull knife, it can only maintain a sharp edge. Sharpening on a whetstone will be required, if you do not hone your knife on a regular basis.
2:48
By: Rouxbe Cooking School
Why You Should Rest Meat After Cooking Why You Should Rest Meat After Cooking
Want a more tender steak or juicier piece of chicken? Learn why you need to rest meat after cooking.
1:19
By: Rouxbe Cooking School
How to Sharpen a Knife Using a Whetstone How to Sharpen a Knife Using a Whetstone
This instructional cooking video is an introduction to how to sharpen a chefs knife or kitchen knife using a whetstone.
0:56
By: Rouxbe Cooking School
How to Chiffonade How to Chiffonade
Chiffonade, is a cutting technique used to cut herbs and leafy greens into long, thin strips.
0:37
By: Rouxbe Cooking School
Knife Skills: Practicing the Rolling Technique Knife Skills: Practicing the Rolling Technique
A safe way to practice the rolling technique and positioning your guide hand.
1:21
By: Rouxbe Cooking School
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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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