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best cooking tips you have ever received?

Discussion in 'Cooking and Culinary Arts' started by prosperity4all, Aug 16, 2019.

  1. prosperity4all

    prosperity4all New Member

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    best cooking tips you have ever received?
     
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  2. SkyWriting

    SkyWriting The Librarian Supporter

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    Stay in the kitchen.
    All my successes stem from that.
     
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  3. SkyWriting

    SkyWriting The Librarian Supporter

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    Cook eggs slower.
     
  4. SkyWriting

    SkyWriting The Librarian Supporter

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    Cook meat faster, or slower, not medium.
     
  5. SkyWriting

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    Avoid white sugar.
     
  6. bmjackson

    bmjackson Newbie

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    That's a health tip not a cooking one.
     
  7. “Paisios”

    “Paisios” Unworthy servant of God Supporter

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    “Oh dad...let someone else do it. You’re hopeless.”
     
  8. SkyWriting

    SkyWriting The Librarian Supporter

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    I have more than one cookbook with that instruction in it.
     
  9. brinny

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    Don't beat the eggs to smithereens when yer makin' scrambled eggs......

    (not if you want wunnerfully fluffy and light scrambled eggs)

    [​IMG]
     
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  10. LaSorcia

    LaSorcia Le Chat Staff Member Purple Team - Moderator Supporter

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    I used to burn so many things because I didn't stay in the kitchen.
     
  11. Shane R

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    I have learned much about cooking from James Townsend and Kent Rollins, particularly about cast iron cooking. Both have YouTube channels. The other big one: don't spice scrambled eggs too early (particularly when you are whipping them). And to cook a good steak, don't throw it on the grill or in the skillet cold, let it sit on the counter for a while and get close to room temperature.
     
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  12. brinny

    brinny everlovin' shiner of light in dark places Supporter

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    Thank you. i LOVE cast iron cooking. i'll check out their channels. :)
     
  13. Shane R

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    Townsend specializes in colonial era cooking. Most of the recipes are quite simple. He's a lot of fun. Kent Rollins is a specialist in comfort food and grilling. He changed the way I make white gravy and it is better.
     
  14. brinny

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    Thank you. i like them even better now.

    I will subscribe to their channels. :)
     
  15. Lost4words

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    Dont drool over my bowl (cooking)
     
  16. LaBèlla

    LaBèlla Well-Known Member Supporter

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    Lessons learned from popular chefs:

    How to master French cooking and have fun while doing it. —Julia Child and Jacques Pepin

    Quality matters. —Jeff Smith

    Relax and enjoy yourself. —Floyd and the Two Fat Ladies

    Food science rocks! —Alton Brown & Shirley Corriher

    Simple meals equals happy hosts. —Ina Garten

    You’re gonna love this. I guarantee. —Justin Wilson
     
  17. HisGraceAbounds

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    Approach cooking the same way as love - with reckless abandon
     
  18. JCFantasy23

    JCFantasy23 In a Kingdom by the Sea. Staff Member Administrator Supporter CF Senior Ambassador Angels Team

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    I read a cozy mystery series that always said to bake with unsalted butter
     
  19. eleos1954

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    Mixing coconut oil with butter or vegetable oil for frying ... allows to cook longer without over cooking breadings etc. (ie over browning)

    also, good grade non-stick pans (not teflon), use less oil and much easier to clean.
     
  20. public hermit

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    Add a touch of olive oil to noodles when boiling and they won't stick together.
     
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