31 Cooking Steps
Copyright by Todd Hicks in October 2017
About this book
This is not your traditional cookbook in which you’ll see pictures that accompany recipes for various dishes and desserts you might normally expect to find in so many other places online and offline. Instead, I have based this book on my own step-by-step process to follow for cooking certain items such as chicken on top of covering steps you must take in order to not mess up your cooking experience on any given day.
It does little good to know how to cook and follow the instructions for your recipes if you don’t follow the other steps you need to adhere to. For example, you will mess up if you simply concentrate on each ingredient you need but miss one little detail such as not preheating your oven soon enough and you don’t effectively coordinate cooking all foods you’re preparing like I have done. Hopefully, I’ll never repeat the mistakes I have made in the kitchen.
Based on my personal experience as a chef, I have put together a collection of things I have learned to do in regard to solving my cooking mishaps and never repeating them – I have also blended in tidbits partially based on what I have posted on my food preparation blog from time to time. As you’ll see from what I have written, it’s better to always do everything right to handle your cooking time smoothly.
Ultimately, you will learn the techniques that count toward cooking more efficiently and reducing hassle. Plus, you’ll receive advice on how to effectively fix some dishes such as burritos and enchiladas on a do-it-yourself basis without actually using a recipe – my own instructions on fixing Sloppy Joes, pasta and other items are also included.
Finally, I received a little help writing this book from my brother (Terrance) who makes a mean tuna salad. By
Verlag: BookRix GmbH & Co. KG
Tag der Veröffentlichung: 27.10.2017
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I received a little help writing this book from my brother (Terrance) who makes a mean tuna salad.