• 8 Techniques Brought Back from the Dead

    Hot Pot (Shabu Shabu): This Japanese comfort food is vegetables, fish or meat and noodles gently simmered in broth to soul-satisfying goodness. Tadashi Ono,...


  • Want To Be A Chef?

    Ask any person working in the culinary industry about what it’s like to be a chef and you will get some of the same points and then you will get completely...


  • How to Prepare an Avocado

    Avocados are delicious and super-easy to prepare. Once you've found a ripe avocado, follow these easy steps and you'll be enjoying your favorite avocado...


  • How to Supreme a Citrus Fruit

    Creating citrus supremes -- sections free of bitter pith and fibrous membranes -- is a convenient and elegant way to add citrus fruits to dishes: sweet,...


  • 5 Knives Every Chef Needs (or Wants)

    There are very few kitchen tools that are truly a necessity. Our kitchens get filled with gizmos and gadgets, but the truth of the matter is that we end up...


  • 5 Essential Knives for Your Kitchen

    (Full page) There are very few kitchen tools that are truly a necessity. Our kitchens get filled with gizmos and gadgets, but the truth of the matter is that...


  • The Secrets to Fine Brining

    Brining meat has become very popular as of late, but the truth is that it’s not all that new, though in the past we have only referred to the process as...


  • Eric Guido's Tricks of the Trade

    Here’s a recipe for success: speed, precision and consistency. When working on the line in a New York City restaurant, you learn fast that timing and the...


  • The Right Way to Cook Pasta

    Cooking pasta is one of the simplest things a cook will ever have to do. Cooking it well requires very few steps, but paying attention to each is vital. For...


  • The 7 Greatest Gadgets in my Kitchen

    My kitchen is packed with gadgetry. Some I love and would miss dearly -- my food processor and immersion blenders, for example -- but, when it comes down to...


  • How to Add Salt for Flavor and Better Results

    We all know that we add salt for flavor, but the effects of salt can be used to change how something cooks as well. For example, one of the most common...


  • In Praise of Braising

    Braising is a cooking technique that involves long, slow simmering of a meat or vegetable in a cooking liquid. It varies from poaching in that the braising...


  • I Can't Cook Without My... Chef's Knife

    One question I am often asked is: “What’s your favorite piece of equipment?” I break equipment down into two basic types: tools and appliances. Tools...


  • I Can't Cook Without My... Cast-iron Pan

    If I could pick only one item from my kitchen, it would be the cast-iron pan. I remember growing up in my grandmother’s kitchen. In that time she went...


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