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    This may seem a little alien at the start however many top chefs use this technique. It essentially involves comparing the texture of the steak with the flesh under your thumb. I need to be clear on this point however in that you use your right hand to feel your left hand if you are a right-handed and use your left hand to feel your right hand if you are left…

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    The techniques used in preparing dishes are different and unique from each other. The strategies utilized as a part of setting up a dish can influence what the dish is similar to as much if not more than the fixings themselves. (CooksInfo.com, 2015) French cooking Techniques is the base for most of the western cuisine. They have adopted basic techniques and method from French cuisine, simply because the French were the first to document and write the cooking procedure.…

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    Gravy Novices

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    family breakfast or a fancy dinner, it is a worthy addition to your cooking repertoire. Here are some tips for gravy novices. N-E-X-T Read through your recipe and set out the measured ingredients and tools before you begin. You do not want your gravy to burn while you are measuring milk. Multitasking Mishap You will need to closely monitor your gravy, so no multitasking. Are you making dinner or paper mache? When making a roux for gravy, the flour has to be cooked properly. Skip this step…

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    What is slow cooking? All right, let’s get right on it then, Slow cooking as the name implies is the process in which you cook your food on a large bowl or a pot immersed in a liquid for a long period of time, usually a minimum of 3 hours or more. Usual methods of slow cooking involve smoking; stewing or baking the food in low-heat and barbequing is included as well. Although in the United States slow cooking usually implies the use of a crock pot which is usually a ceramic bowl with a glass…

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    Making A Dutch Archetype

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    Making a chicken stew or similar recipe may not be something new for you. You must have tried it or something else somewhat similar many times cooking it in a usual way. There is another method to use a Dutch oven or slow cooker also for making stew recipe. Cooking tips for Dutch Oven Stew One of the very useful things for a kitchen is a dutch oven. This is also called by the other names like stockpot or French oven. As compared to stockpot, a dutch oven is made with the thicker bottom and…

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    Since the Crock-Pot brand’s debut 35 years ago, it has found immense success and popularity with cooks and non-cooks alike. The Crock-Pot brand has become so popular than it has become embedded in the English vernacular as a synonym for “slow-cooker.” For those who don't know, a Crock-Pot is a stand-alone electrical cooking appliance that is used for simmering. Since simmering requires a low temperature and many hours to cook, the Crock-Pot is ideal for those people who want a good meal, but do…

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    Cooking Show Satire

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    personalities. The current trend in the television industry is something that we do a couple of times in a daily basis, and that is cooking and eating. More and more food shows have been created in the last 10 years. This may be due to the fact that people have become more engaged with things that they see on television, it even became a lifestyle for them. When cooking shows first came to air on television, it was just a simple presentation how food is prepared, techniques which yourself can…

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    develops the menus and delegates orders to lower cooks. The system is reffered to as the Brigade system. Escoffier developed the brigade system and modeled it after the French army. The head of the kitchen is the chef de cuisine. This member of the kitchen oversees al menu preparation, ingredient ordering, staff, and cooking. Below the chef de cuisine is the Sous-chef. They are the second-in-command, and they are responsible for receiving orders and managing the kitchen. The next level down is…

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    Oyster mushrooms Oriental greens The types of oriental greens are: • Pak choy • Flowering cabbage • Mustard greens • Chinese leaves • Water spinach Equipment’s used in Vietnamese cooking The traditional Vietnamese kitchen is basic. Very little equipment is needed in the kitchen. The kitchen equipment’s are as follows: • Wok: it is the most important utensil for everyday cooking in a Vietnamese kitchen. The woks are not only used for stir frying but as well as deep frying, steaming, braising…

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    other recipes which we find in ASU farmer market Pinterest page. As far as I am concerned, a good recipe need to has cooking methods, component of ingredient and some tips for cooking. Pollan’s recipe divide four parts which is air, water, fire and earth. He think it is cooking basic elements. He uses four basic elements to cook. We can see the four basic element transform delicious food. In ASU farmer market Pinterest page, It contains too much information. It doesn’t divide in detail.…

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