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Gordon Ramsay Challenges Amateur Cook to Keep Up with Him

  In just 15 minutes and with his back turned, Gordon Ramsay challenges an amateur to keep up with him as he makes crab cakes. He’s also teaching a four hour Masterclass demonstrating his techniques to help you take your cooking to the next level.     Ever wanted to run your own website?  We are giving them away for FREE! And you get hints and tips that we have used that has allowed us to get a social media following of nearly 500,000 People!  Sign up now for FREE at  Chefsr – Free Websites for Chefs and Foodies   We would love to have you join our community on facebook, where we have Chef Humour our latest Food News, Viral Food Videos and more —->  Facebook Page  

25 Knives, 47 Knife Skills

  A master chef with impeccable knife skills is presented with a series of knives and shows us what each one is and how to use it. Everything from the traditional chef’s knife to the Japanese Santoku to a butter knife. Abe Hiroki, Executive Chef of En Japanese Brassiere, demonstrates types of cuts for the Chef’s knife, paring knife, bread knife, and the kinds of knives you should use on land animals, seafood, fruits, vegetables, and baked goods.     Ever wanted to run your own website?  We are giving them away for FREE! And you get hints and tips that we have used that has allowed us to get a social media following of nearly 500,000 People!  Sign up now for FREE at  Chefsr – Free Websites for Chefs and Foodies   We would love to have ...

How To Butcher An Entire Cow: Every Cut Of Meat Explained | Bon Appetit

  Jason Yang, butcher at Fleishers Craft Butchery, breaks down half a cow into all the cuts you would see at your local butcher shop. There are four sections Yang moves through: 1. ROUND: bottom round roast beef, eye round roast beef, sirloin tip steak, london broil steak, shank (osso buco) 2. LOIN: sirloin steak, tenderloin steak, flank steak, filet mignon, New York strip steak 3. RIB: skirt steak, ribeye steak 4. CHUCK: brisket, ranch steak, denver steak, chuck steak or roast, flat iron steak Via Bon Appetit     Ever wanted to run your own website?  We are giving them away for FREE! And you get hints and tips that we have used that has allowed us to get a social media following of nearly 500,000 People!  Sign up now for FREE at  Chefsr – Free Websit...

What’s the Difference Between Braising and Stewing?

  In this culinary Q&A, I answer the following question from Jenny M. about the differences between braising and stewing. "What's the difference between Stewing and Braising? Is it simply that braises are done in the oven and stews are done on the stove top? To me it looks like the exact same technique; tough meats cooked low and slow in liquid until they're falling apart tender. What am I missing?" This episode's show notes with additional links and information: https://www.stellaculinary.com/podcasts/video/what-is-the-difference-between-braising-and-stewing   Ever wanted to run your own website?  We are giving them away for FREE! And you get hints and tips that we have used that has allowed us to get a social media following of nea...

How to Pan Roast Salmon

  This video will demonstrate the proper technique for pan roasting a fillet of salmon, allowing you to achieve an even crust and succulent flesh. For more information check out this episode’s show notes at: http://www.stellaculinary.com/ct11   Ever wanted to run your own website?  We are giving them away for FREE! And you get hints and tips that we have used that has allowed us to get a social media following of nearly 500,000 People!  Sign up now for FREE at  Chefsr – Free Websites for Chefs and Foodies   We would love to have you join our community on facebook, where we have Chef Humour our latest Food News, Viral Food Videos and more —->  Facebook Page  

Ginger Glazed Carrots with Turmeric & Fresh Thyme – Cooking Techniques

  Episode Show Notes: http://www.stellaculinary.com/ct10 Watch over 130 Free How to Cook Videos: http://www.stellaculinary.com/how-to-cook-video-index In this video I demonstrate the technique of glazing and covered sauteing using carrots, ginger and turmeric. While this is a delicious recipe that works great as a vegetable side dish, the overall glazing technique is extremely versatile and can be used for any number of fruits and vegetables, especially root vegetables such as parsnips, pearl onions, radishes, etc. For more information and ingredient amounts, please refer to this episode's show notes.   Ever wanted to run your own website?  We are giving them away for FREE! And you get hints and tips that we have used that has allowed us to get a social med...

How to Make Fried Polenta

  Show Notes: http://www.stellaculinary.com/CT9 In a previous video, I demonstrated how to make creamy polenta (http://youtu.be/ErOUl8d92oY). In this video, we take the leftover creamy polenta, let it set overnight and then pan fry. The fried polenta cake is then topped with a simple capresse salad (tomato, basil and fresh mozzarella), making it a great summer dish. Fried polenta is extremely versatile, here are some additional serving ideas: * Top with a poached or fried egg and serve for breakfast. * Top with tomato sauce, shredded cheese and serve alongside meat. * Drizzle with olive oil and a sprinkling of chopped herbs. * Top with a tomato and corn salsa for a light, summer side dish.   Ever wanted to run your own website?  We are giving them away for FREE!...

How To Pan Roast A Steak + Pan Reduction Sauce

  This video will take you through the process of pan roasting a steak. The technique is demonstrated using a fillet of beef that is cooked to medium rare. As a bonus, the video will show you how to make a pan reduction sauce using the left over juices from the roasting process.   Ever wanted to run your own website?  We are giving them away for FREE! And you get hints and tips that we have used that has allowed us to get a social media following of nearly 500,000 People!  Sign up now for FREE at  Chefsr – Free Websites for Chefs and Foodies   We would love to have you join our community on facebook, where we have Chef Humour our latest Food News, Viral Food Videos and more —->  Facebook Page  

How To Pan Roast A Rack Of Lamb

  Questions, comments and further information can be found at this episode's show notes: http://www.stellaculinary.com/ct3 This video will teach you how to pan roast a rack of lamb.   Ever wanted to run your own website?  We are giving them away for FREE! And you get hints and tips that we have used that has allowed us to get a social media following of nearly 500,000 People!  Sign up now for FREE at  Chefsr – Free Websites for Chefs and Foodies   We would love to have you join our community on facebook, where we have Chef Humour our latest Food News, Viral Food Videos and more —->  Facebook Page  

How To Pan Roast Fish

  http://www.stellaculinary.com/ct4 This video will teach you how to pan roast a piece of fish.   Ever wanted to run your own website?  We are giving them away for FREE! And you get hints and tips that we have used that has allowed us to get a social media following of nearly 500,000 People!  Sign up now for FREE at  Chefsr – Free Websites for Chefs and Foodies   We would love to have you join our community on facebook, where we have Chef Humour our latest Food News, Viral Food Videos and more —->  Facebook Page  

How To Saute

  Questions, comments and further information can be found at this episode's show notes: http://www.stellaculinary.com/ct2 This video will teach you the basic saute motion with a few finer points.   Ever wanted to run your own website?  We are giving them away for FREE! And you get hints and tips that we have used that has allowed us to get a social media following of nearly 500,000 People!  Sign up now for FREE at  Chefsr – Free Websites for Chefs and Foodies   We would love to have you join our community on facebook, where we have Chef Humour our latest Food News, Viral Food Videos and more —->  Facebook Page  

Knife skills with The Chef’s Academy: Practical cuts

  Chef T. takes you through the practical cuts with potatoes. Below are the time codes in which you can find each of the practical cuts. Batonette – 1:15 Julienne – 3:43 Small dice – 5:44 Brunoise – 6:33 Fine julienne – 7:21 Fine brunoise – 10:01   Ever wanted to run your own website?  We are giving them away for FREE! And you get hints and tips that we have used that has allowed us to get a social media following of nearly 500,000 People!  Sign up now for FREE at  Chefsr – Free Websites for Chefs and Foodies   We would love to have you join our community on facebook, where we have Chef Humour our latest Food News, Viral Food Videos and more —->  Facebook Page  

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