Good Recipes

Dig into the "how" and "why" of cooking, not just the recipe, when reading cookbooks.

Thứ bảy,13/07/2019
The best way to cook good food, anytime, is to understand the principles of cooking, not the basic steps. For example, you don't need a chemistry degree to make sense of the Maillard Reaction (the golden-brown, sweet flavored crust that forms at high temperatures), but knowing that water gets in the way of it teaches you to pat your foods dry before grilling them. Reading through a cookbook, all of it, is a great way to pick up useful bits of information.
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