Month: August 2018

Baking is a Science!

Cooking is an Art, Baking is a Science. In cooking, you can throw in a handful of herbs or a little more butter, like you were adding a bit more white to fuchsia to get that portrait of a summer dress the right shade of pink. You can make changes as you go with no major catastrophe in the end. In baking, everything matters. Think of baking as chemistry. One small adjustment could be your …

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Why is it important to measure when baking

There’s a lot of debate about whether professional chefs should take the time to measure in the kitchen. Even if professional chefs add in a pinch of this and a dash of that on a whim, that doesn’t mean that people seeking their cooking certificate online should follow suit. In order to know what needs a dash more, you need to start out by measuring in the kitchen. Here are a few tips for accurate …

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How to remove eggshell easily

Got a bit of excess eggshell in the bowl when you cracked an egg? Simply wet your finger and reach it in, and the eggshell bit will magnetically be attracted. Seriously amazing!  Cracking the Egg: 25 Ways to Transform Your Cooking with Chef Kyle Shankman Please follow and like us:157

“Ripen” bananas in the oven for baking.

If your bananas are perfect for eating but not ripe enough for baking, no worries! Cook the bananas you need for your recipe in a 300ºF oven for 30 to 40 minutes. Be sure to line the pan with parchment paper or foil as some bananas may leak when cooking. Once the bananas are black and soft, remove them from the oven and let them cool for 20 to 30 minutes. Peel or simply snip …

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