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Knife Skills: The Rolling Technique Knife Skills: The Rolling Technique
The rolling technique is one of the most widely used knife skills to learn.
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By: Rouxbe Cooking School
Knife Skills: How to Hold a Chef's Knife Knife Skills: How to Hold a Chef's Knife
Learning the proper way to hold a knife makes all the difference in the end.
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By: Rouxbe Cooking School
Knife Skills: What to Do with the Guide Hand Knife Skills: What to Do with the Guide Hand
Learn what to do with your guide hand while cutting with the rolling technique.
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By: Rouxbe Cooking School
Cooking with a Steam Oven Cooking with a Steam Oven
Convenience meets healthier eating. The moist heat system of a steam oven allows you to skip oils and butter when cooking. Plus, steaming helps lock in more of food's nutrients.
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By: Women's Health
The 11 Most Essential Kitchen Secrets The 11 Most Essential Kitchen Secrets
These helpful tips and tricks will save you time and money.
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By: CountryLiving
How to Chop a Chilli How to Chop a Chilli
Watch how to chop a chilli the easy way with no fuss and no waste.
0:34
By: woman&home UK
How to Chop an Onion How to Chop an Onion
Learn how to chop an onion like chefs do, using this simple technique - which will also stop your eyes watering.
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By: woman&home UK
How to Chop and Mince Garlic How to Chop and Mince Garlic
Learn how to chop garlic the easy way and how to mince garlic to make a paste.
1:08
By: Good to Know UK
Top 10 YouTube Cooking Hack Videos Top 10 YouTube Cooking Hack Videos
Hello, and welcome to TopX, where we count down the very best that YouTube has to offer. Today, we're serving you up something real nice, as we look at our picks for the Top 10 YouTube Cooking Hack Videos.
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By: WatchMojo - Affiliate
How to Use Kitchen Shears for Kids' Lunches How to Use Kitchen Shears for Kids' Lunches
These hacks make preparing packed lunches for your little ones that much easier.
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By: Pennygem
Having Confidence When Cooking Having Confidence When Cooking
Get the confidence to stop guessing and take the mystery out of cooking. Your cooking help starts with understanding why guessing during cooking can cause problems.
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By: ChefToddMohr
1 Minute Tip to Easier Cooking 1 Minute Tip to Easier Cooking
It is hard to make dinner every night with our busy families and work schedules. So watch this video to get a quick 1 minute tip to ease the stress.
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By: jenlovelady
5 Chef Secrets for Cooking Dinner 5 Chef Secrets for Cooking Dinner
The greatest frustrations for cooking at home is trying to follow recipes. Learn the chef secrets that come from cooking classes to free you from recipes.
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By: ChefToddMohr
Grocery Shop to Cook on a Budget Grocery Shop to Cook on a Budget
If your goal is to cook on a budget, saving money starts at the grocery store. Great cooking at home starts with what you actually bring home.
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By: ChefToddMohr
How to Make a Block or Support for Kitchen Knives How to Make a Block or Support for Kitchen Knives
Kitchen skill on how to make a block support for kitchen knives. Using bamboo and a jar.
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By: Chef James
How to Cook Chanterelle Mushrooms How to Cook Chanterelle Mushrooms
Learn how easy it is to cook chanterelle mushrooms with this quick guide.
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By: GastroLab.TV
How to Cook Quail Eggs How to Cook Quail Eggs
Quail eggs are tiny, tender and cook in a very short time. They make an elegant addition to a salad, soup, or appetizer tray. Learn how to cook them properly.
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By: GastroLab.TV
How to Roast Garlic How to Roast Garlic
Roasted garlic goes well with meat and poultry dishes and can also be an interesting side dish or flavorful condiment for soup.
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By: GastroLab.TV
How to Peel and Chop Hazelnuts How to Peel and Chop Hazelnuts
Learn how to peel and chop hazelnuts for baking.
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By: GastroLab.TV
How to Mince Walnuts How to Mince Walnuts
Watch on to learn the fastest way to chop walnuts.
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By: GastroLab.TV
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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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