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  • Dig into the "how" and "why" of cooking, not just the recipe, when reading cookbooks. 13/07/2019 View : 250 Learn the key vegetable base of your cuisine, setting up your "canvas" for experimentation. In western cooking, a mirepoix is a combination of onions, carrots, and celery used as the base of many kinds of soup, sauces and dishes. There is generally twice as much onion as carrots and celery. You then cook the ingredients until soft in some oil, then use it to start your soup or sauce. It is key in French and Italian cooking, in particular. The longer you cook a base, the deeper the...

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  • How to Cook Good Food 13/07/2019 View : 208 1. Focus, at first, on the 1-2 types of cuisine you want to cook the most. The world of food is wide, diverse, and exciting, but you can't tackle it all at once. Think about what you really want to cook, and make an effort to "master" a certain type of food -- Italian, Indian, brunch, soups, etc. The good news is that most kitchen techniques are universal, and will translate to any type of food. Focusing on similar dishes now, however, lets you master the flavorings, techniques, and workflo...

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  • Every Sunday should end with these easy curried schnitzels 13/07/2019 View : 235 Dust the fillets heavily in spiced flour, then dip into egg, allowing excess to drip off, then press into breadcrumbs. Chill for 15 minutes.  

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