In my “What I Learned in Culinary School” series, I’ll be sharing tips and tricks that I learned from two years of working with some of the country’s best chefs. This will include big things like learning to work efficiently, and small things like how to cook bacon perfectly. All of them will be applicable to your home kitchen, making you a faster, better, and more confident cook.
I know, all of this sounds crazy. But it has to do with the most important thing you can do in the kitchen – making sure your food is seasoned properly. Without that, you simply can’t be a good cook.
All entries in the “What I Learned In Culinary School” Series:
- Culinary School Lessons: Expert Sandwich Building, Bakin’ Bacon (How To Make Perfect Bacon In The Oven), Baking a Test Cookie, Cutting Board Safety, Avoiding the Danger Zone (Cooling Food Quickly), The Trick to Veggie Lasagna, How A Meatball Can Save Your Dinner, Season Your Soup Like You Mean It, How To Work With Phyllo Dough, Roux The Day, The Surprising Utility of Take-Out Containers, A Hot & Cold (Plate) Relationship