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How to Square-Off Using a Kitchen Knife How to Square-Off Using a Kitchen Knife
Chef Jim Davis teaches us the correct technique for squaring off a potato.
0:51
By: MonkeySee.com - Food
How to Slice Using a Kitchen Knife How to Slice Using a Kitchen Knife
Learn the different techniques to slice food with a kitchen knife.
0:57
By: MonkeySee.com - Food
Kitchen Tips: Eggs 101 Kitchen Tips: Eggs 101
Pascal Dionot shows you how to crack and fry eggs.
3:43
By: GeoBeats
4 Essential Knives For Every Kitchen 4 Essential Knives For Every Kitchen
Every kitchen should have these four knives: A chefs' knife, a paring knife, a rigid boney knife and a flexible boney knife.
0:37
By: GeoBeats
Kitchen Tools for Chopping and Peeling Vegetables Kitchen Tools for Chopping and Peeling Vegetables
Jennifer Sperling shows you kitchen tools for chopping and peeling vegetables.
3:13
By: GeoBeats
Kitchen Tips: Blender Do's and Don'ts Kitchen Tips: Blender Do's and Don'ts
In this video you will learn about the do's and don'ts of using a blender.
1:07
By: GeoBeats
Kitchen Tips: Glass Vs. Metal Pans Kitchen Tips: Glass Vs. Metal Pans
Chef Oron Franco explains the difference between glass and metal pans.
1:55
By: GeoBeats
Cooking Skills: Icing Cakes Cooking Skills: Icing Cakes
It doesn't get more basic than decorating and icing cakes. Who wants extra pink icing?
3:21
By: HuffPost UK STUDIO
Kitchen Tools for Chopping and Peeling Kitchen Tools for Chopping and Peeling
Personal Chef Katherine Dacanay shows you her favorite tools for chopping and peeling vegetables, as part of the expert series by GeoBeats.
1:59
By: GeoBeats
Insider Tips for Your Kitchen Insider Tips for Your Kitchen
Chef Katherine Decanay gives some insider cooking tips. One of her tricks is pre-soaking beans before cooking them.
5:03
By: GeoBeats
Tips for Cooking with Eggs Tips for Cooking with Eggs
Chef Erin Tripp gives some tips about eggs.
1:07
By: GeoBeats
How to Properly Separate an Egg How to Properly Separate an Egg
Learn how to separate an egg perfectly so you don't get any yolk in the whites and vice versa.
1:25
By: Howcast Studio
Water Boiling Tips Water Boiling Tips
Useful tips for boiling water.
1:41
By: Howcast Studio
How to Shape Dumplings How to Shape Dumplings
Andrea Nguyen, cookbook author and Saveur contributing editor, shows you some easy and different ways to shape dumplings. Hint: Think about a dinosaur's back!
1:32
By: Saveur Magazine
Emeril Lagasse's Kitchen Essentials Emeril Lagasse's Kitchen Essentials
Emeril Lagasse reveals the three must-have items that everyone should have in the kitchen.
1:41
By: The Rachael Ray Show
Cooking School Series: How to Poach Eggs Cooking School Series: How to Poach Eggs
Shea Hess demonstrates a quick and easy way to poach an egg.
1:31
By: Shape (inactive)
Kitchen Hopping Kitchen Hopping
Full Segment: New person-to-person platforms are emerging that allow travelers to book a home-cooked meal with locals in their destination. Travel expert Kate Thomas tells us why "Kitchen Hopping" could become the new go-to for adventurous foodies on a budget.
21:35
By: HuffPost Live Segments
2 Ways to Cut Onions and Peppers 2 Ways to Cut Onions and Peppers
The Savory's Chef Drew demonstrates different knife skills and techniques we can learn and try at home.
4:21
By: Obsev Food
How to Squeeze Spinach How to Squeeze Spinach
The problem with squeezing spinach dry is the condition of your kitchen towel in the aftermath. Avoid bright green stains by using this handy technique to squeeze spinach cleanly from Fine Cooking's Nicki Sizemore.
1:12
By: Howdini Studio
How to Toast Nuts How to Toast Nuts
This technique for toasting nuts will impart a delicious warm flavor to your favorite dishes.
0:45
By: Cooking Light
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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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