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Adding Salt To Your Raw Meat

10th March 2009
How many times have you heard, "Salting raw meat (or poultry or fish) will draw the juices out and make it tough?" I see this statement repeated in cookbook after cookbook as if it were a fact. Yet in older cookbooks, especially the ones based on Euro... Read >
Author: Jennifer Skipp

Cookware from All-Clad - A High-End Maker Makes Expensive, Yet High-Performance Pots, Pans and More

27th January 2009
When thinking about buying some of the best quality cookware, you'll find that the brand All-Clad is seen often. Owing to its longstanding top-notch reputation in the cookware industry, chefs have consistently given it top honors when compared to other co... Read >
Author: Marcus J. Bay

What Are The Benefits Of Copper Cookware?

30th September 2008
If you are wondering why copper cookware is fast becoming the favorite choice in kitchens all over the world, then all you need to do is take a look at the advantages this type of kitchen cookware offers. Once upon a time, steel was the best looking of th... Read >
Author: MIKE SELVON

How the Hospitality Industry Cheats the Tax System

03rd September 2008
Weddings. Galas. Corporate luncheons. Conferences. When big events roll through town, it can mean big money to the places that host them, but it can also mean that they have to hire temporary people to do the things that their staff would normally do - li... Read >
Author: Jonas Lindblom

Top French Chef Alain Ducasse is now a Monaco Star Chef

22nd August 2008
Before the age of television and multimedia, cooks and chefs have dwelled unseen in kitchens. They created their masterpieces anonymously, hoping for little more than their customers delight in return. Recently, fine chefs have finally come into the sp... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

One-Liners Make for Really Funny Stuff to Put on Funny Aprons

27th March 2008
Have you ever noticed that the really funny stuffs that you can see on the really funny aprons out there are usually one-liners? The reason is that one-liners are the best types of jokes. They hit your funny bone with one or two punchlines and you remembe... Read >
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Top 10 Qualities of a Great Culinary Professional

08th November 2007
As we all know, this subject is something that we could all use a little education on no matter who you are.Competition among cooks can be fierce, especially for those vying for top acne in the world's tiniest restaurants. The top cooks who are known arou... Read >
Author: Gem Lame

3 Best Places to Wear Your Crocs

21st September 2007
Are Crocs best just worn inside the home so you can hide them from people? Of course not! Crocs have gained a good reputation among consumers and are now perfectly acceptable to wear to the streets or any casual gathering. Crocs has also released some new... Read >
Author: urlreader

Chef Positions Explained

08th August 2006
Ever wondered what makes a Sous Chef? Or what exactly a Garde Manger Chef does? Or whether Commis Chefs still exist after the demise of the USSR? Well look no further, all the titles and definitions are listed below. Chef: The word in French is generally ... Read >
Author: Paul Hegeman

Is Being a Chef a Career or a Job?

16th February 2006
When most people think of chef, what comes to mind is usually basic information that's not particularly interesting or beneficial. But there's a lot more to chef than just the basics. Just like any other profession, whether or not being a chef is a ... Read >
Author: keith londrie
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