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    shibbir Guest

    Default Best tips for cooking


    Check Out All of the Handwritten Tips from [url=http://ratanbd.com]Food
    Network[url/] Chefs
    1.Remember, y'all, its all about the prep. Take away the stress by
    doing the prep the night or day before.
    Paulas Best Dishes
    2. Th higher the baking temperature.Example, I bake mini chocolate
    chip-toffee cookies at 500 degrees F for only 4 minutes. Perfect end
    result.
    3. Store spices in a cool, dark place, not above your stove. Humidity,
    light and heat will cause herbs and spices to lose their flavor.
    4. You can create an orange-fennel dressing by adding grated fennel and
    orange zest to a simple vinaigrette.
    5. You can make plastic bags. when you want to make a nice soup or boil
    veggies, you can simply pull the bag out of the freezer.
    6. If you're cooking for someone important whether it's your boss or a
    date never try a new recipe and a new ingredient at the same time.
    7. Cook pasta 1 minute less than the package instructions and cook it
    the rest of the way in the pan with sauce.




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    shibbir

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    M. JL Esq. Guest

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    shibbir wrote:

    > Check Out All of the Handwritten Tips from [url=http://ratanbd.com]Food
    > Network[url/] Chefs
    > 1.Remember, y'all, it�s all about the prep. Take away the stress by
    > doing the prep the night or day before.


    Oy!

    "Fresh is best" both in acquisition and preparation of the food. Though
    i am a fan of mis en place (sp?) and prepping of foods before cooking
    them, certainly i would not cut or or otherwise "prep" foods 24 hours in
    advance of cooking them.


    > 5. You can make plastic bags. when you want to make a nice soup or boil
    > veggies, you can simply pull the bag out of the freezer.


    And boil it bag and all? that is after you have managed to get a liquid
    poured into a plastic bag and effectively sealed.

    Lol,

    JL

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    sf Guest

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    On Sat, 22 Oct 2011 13:53:29 -0700, "M. JL Esq." <[email protected]>
    wrote:

    > shibbir wrote:
    >
    > > Check Out All of the Handwritten Tips from [url=http://ratanbd.com]Food
    > > Network[url/] Chefs
    > > 1.Remember, y'all, it?s all about the prep. Take away the stress by
    > > doing the prep the night or day before.

    >
    > Oy!
    >
    > "Fresh is best" both in acquisition and preparation of the food. Though
    > i am a fan of mis en place (sp?) and prepping of foods before cooking
    > them, certainly i would not cut or or otherwise "prep" foods 24 hours in
    > advance of cooking them.


    I cringed at that one too. I don't mind making stock in advance, but
    I will not prepare vegetables so far ahead.
    >
    >
    > > 5. You can make plastic bags. when you want to make a nice soup or boil
    > > veggies, you can simply pull the bag out of the freezer.

    >
    > And boil it bag and all? that is after you have managed to get a liquid
    > poured into a plastic bag and effectively sealed.
    >


    I just used baggies on Friday (because I didn't have big enough lidded
    containers) to send some stock I'd made home with the kids

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    All you need is love. But a little chocolate now and then doesn't hurt.

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    [email protected] Guest

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    >Check Out All of the Handwritten Tips from [url=http://ratanbd.com]Food
    >Network[url/] Chefs....


    Those who need cooking tips from people like Paula Deen should stick to
    preparing cold cereal.

    -- Larry

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    sf Guest

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    On Sat, 22 Oct 2011 17:26:29 -0400, [email protected] wrote:

    >
    > >Check Out All of the Handwritten Tips from [url=http://ratanbd.com]Food
    > >Network[url/] Chefs....

    >
    > Those who need cooking tips from people like Paula Deen should stick to
    > preparing cold cereal.
    >

    I think I'll try the cookie baking tip if I remember it the next time
    I make cookies, because Paula knows her sweets. I used her totally
    kick-ass recipe for cinnamon rolls and only changed it slightly (less
    filling, less frosting) - it's the stuff sweet dreams are made of...
    soooo good.


    --
    All you need is love. But a little chocolate now and then doesn't hurt.

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    ItsJoanNotJoann Guest

    Default Re: Best tips for cooking

    On Oct 22, 4:26*pm, pltrg...@xhost.org wrote:
    > >Check Out All of the Handwritten Tips from [url=http://ratanbd.com]Food
    > >Network[url/] Chefs....

    >
    > Those who need cooking tips from people like Paula Deen should stick to
    > preparing cold cereal.
    >
    > -- Larry


    >
    >

    When I saw the name Paula Deen it had the kiss of death as far as I'm
    concerned.

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    M. JL Esq. Guest

    Default Re: Best tips for cooking

    sf wrote:
    > On Sat, 22 Oct 2011 13:53:29 -0700, "M. JL Esq." <[email protected]>
    > wrote:
    >
    >
    >>shibbir wrote:
    >>
    >>
    >>>Check Out All of the Handwritten Tips from [url=http://ratanbd.com]Food
    >>>Network[url/] Chefs
    >>>1.Remember, y'all, it?s all about the prep. Take away the stress by
    >>>doing the prep the night or day before.

    >>
    >>Oy!
    >>
    >>"Fresh is best" both in acquisition and preparation of the food. Though
    >>i am a fan of mis en place (sp?) and prepping of foods before cooking
    >>them, certainly i would not cut or or otherwise "prep" foods 24 hours in
    >>advance of cooking them.

    >
    >
    > I cringed at that one too. I don't mind making stock in advance, but
    > I will not prepare vegetables so far ahead.
    >
    >>
    >>>5. You can make plastic bags. when you want to make a nice soup or boil
    >>>veggies, you can simply pull the bag out of the freezer.

    >>
    >>And boil it bag and all? that is after you have managed to get a liquid
    >>poured into a plastic bag and effectively sealed.
    >>

    >
    >
    > I just used baggies on Friday (because I didn't have big enough lidded
    > containers) to send some stock I'd made home with the kids
    >


    I suppose 'any port in a storm', what's the old joke about people so
    poor they have rubber pockets so they can steal soup?

    I have more clean glass jars with lids than i will ever use. QUite a
    cache of very nice tall narrow instant tea jars, labels washed off they
    make very good storage units.
    --
    JL

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