Cooking

What Concept Was Auguste Escoffier Attempting

Unlike other scientists and cooks, Auguste Escoffier attempted different ways to cook. One of them was to use veal stock which at that time no cooks were going to use for their food. He focused on what every other cooks didn’t consider such as the tops of celery and the scraps of tendon and oxtail. […]

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Spatulas – College Essay

Spatulas – The term spatula refers to several types of kitchen utensils including: rubber or silicone tools to blend or scrape the food from the bowl; metal, silicone or plastic egg turners or flippers. The other kind of spatula are egg turners or flippers for turning hamburgers and other food items. Metal or plastic spatulas […]

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Barbecue Pork Marinating Instructions

1. Heat an element on your stove to medium 2. Utensils needed – small sauce pan, chopping board, chef’s knife, whisk 3. Mince the garlic and chop the onion into fine pieces – add to the sauce pan 4. Cut the lemon into quarters and squeeze the juice into the sauce pan 5. Add all […]

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How to Make a Birthday Cake

Usually people enjoy getting better at their talents on new things like trying to make new desserts, which allow them to discover new tastes. A cake is one of the most fascinating pastries in the world, because it comes in various shapes, flavors, and tastes. Its original format comes from the chef. Cakes are great […]

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The Steamy Way to Dinner – Julia Moskin

Julia Moskin writes about rice cookers and how they have shaped the landscape of cooking rice. She cited many comments around the world, from China, Japan, Korea, even Iran and the USA where the traditional method of cooking rice has been replaced with the rice cooker. The electric rice cooker has now been a standard […]

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Sweet Dreams: For the Love of Cooking and Baking

Sara Ryan was always interested in cooking and baking. From a young age she made cakes and desserts for family and friends. Following her Leaving Certificate she did a catering course in the local Institute of Technology and three years later qualified with a Degree in Culinary Arts. She moved to Dublin where she got […]

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Why I Pursued a Culinary Arts Degree

My true passion in life has always been cooking. Being born to a father who had an unconditional love for his family and an affinity for cooking made me feel that being in the kitchen was where I always wanted to be. I always admired my father’s love and commitment not only to us but […]

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Philippine Food: Palitaw

Palitaw is a small, flat, sweet rice cake or kakanin native to the Philippines. It is well-known in the Philippines food delicacy eaten as a snack or dessert. It was derived from the Filipino word “litaw”, which means “to float or to surface” in English. Palitaw is originally made washed, soaked, ground sticky rice or […]

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Duties and Responsibilities

A chef (also executive chef or chef de cuisine), from the French for chief or head person, is the executive in charge of a kitchen, responsible for recipe and menu creation, staff training, and overseeing all cooking. A chef directs the staff of cooks, bakers, butchers, and everyone else involved in the preparation of food. […]

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Benjamin Thompson

Benjamin Thompson noted at the start of the 18th century that kitchen utensils were commonly made of copper, with various efforts made to prevent the copper from reacting with food (particularly its acidic contents) at the temperatures used for cooking, including tinning, enamelling, and varnishing. He observed that iron had been used as a substitute, […]

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Motivation Letter for Applying for Culinary Academy

I do not exactly remember the year, however, I do remember the moment when I realized that food will be one of the most important things for me – the food that is well prepared, rich in flavors, stylish looking and perfectly served. I was known as a little glutton when we were invited to […]

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Restaurants Business

How do I feel about the food I eat? Eating and tasting can be a wonderful experience, but it also can be scary experience. When I was a kid, I didn’t like to eat any kind of food because I was dying to eat just chocolates and candies all the time. However, when I was […]

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Chicken and Shrimp

Chicken and shrimp pasta has been my favorite pasta for a long time now, I’ve became a expert at making it. If you are a chicken and shrimp Alfred lover I consider you learning this recipe, if you follow these instructions I guarantee that you will be enjoying every last bite. This recipe consists of […]

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The Best Way to Serve Kimchi

These days many people know kimchi is one of the healthist food in the world. We could find kimchi most of supermarkets around the world. Although people know it, still many people do not know how to serve kimchi well. So, I would like to introduce the best way to serve kimchi as Koreans do. […]

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Modern Brigade System vs Classical

Before the the french revolution great chefs were employed by houses of french nobility. With the revolution and the end of the monarchy, many chefs, suddenly out of work, opened restaurants in and around Paris to support themselves. At the start of the french revolution, there were about fifty restaurants in Paris. Ten years later, […]

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Peach Cobbler

Peach cobbler is one of my family’s favorite deserts. Mainly, because of the great taste, but also for the fact that this desert is served on Sundays and holidays. My family anticipates the sweet taste of Grandma Sue’s famous peach cobbler. My mother showed me how to cook this dessert when I was about 10 […]

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Fermented Indian Food

The oldest reference of jalebi was cited in 13th century in a cookbook written by Muhammad Bin Hasan from Iran. In Iran, this sweet was traditionally prepared on the occasion of Ramadan to distribute among the poor. At that time it was known as ‘Zlebia’, but later the name become ‘jalebi’ as most Indian languages […]

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Culinary Arts

Culinary goes back to the beginning of time; we’ve always had to eat. Cooking is an art, and many different countries and cultures create their very own way of making their cuisines. So, in the beginning of time, how’d they make their food? How has culinary developed as a profession? These questions and many more […]

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Becoming a pastry chef

To become a successful pastry chef a good education is needed, and also a lot of training, and amazing cooking skills to help right along with the journey of becoming a pastry chef. Being a chef is not always an easy job. This job takes a lot of dedication. When working on a pastry arrangement […]

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The Frozen Foods Age – An Attractive Business Opportunity

In the early 1 900s, many people experimented with mechanical and chemical methods to preserve food. Then along came Clarence. Birdseye discovered a way to flash-freeze food and delivers them to the public. This was an important event in the annals of preserved food. By 1944 Birdseye’s frozen foods business was up and running. This […]

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Slow food – College Essay

In modern society, where every hour is rush hour, we eat in our cars, at our desks, on the go or in front of the TV. We purchase at a drive-through, take-out, and delivery service to eat prepared meals. We do this because it fits in our fast society and matches our lifestyle; however, a […]

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Career fair

Johnny Yan 2/9/2014 English III&II According to my dream, I wish that I could become a chef who has the ability to cook many different kinds of food all over the world. In my opinion, I deem that my strengths are that my believe in my hardworking, my intelligence in dealing different problems, and I […]

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