Tips, Tricks and Gadgets
I have always been a foodie. In my world travels, I was particularly impressed dishes that exploded with freshness and complex flavors that tingled the palate. You know the saying “You should eat to live”? Wise words certainly, but once in a while, I admit, I live to eat! Cooking tasty dishes has been my aspiration for a long time. Despite starting out with unimpressive meals, I never gave up and I got better with time.
I have learned a lot by reading and watching and a lot more by doing. By sharing these experiences with you, my goal is to simplify your venture into cooking and make it fun a whole lot sooner. I hope that my readers will share some of their experiences and together we can all learn this amazing pastime that rewards you with great food and drink.
I hope my site can inspire you to bring out your hidden chef. I appreciate you including me on your journey.
Visit my Blog to read about the tips and tricks I have learned over the years. While the blog is aimed at the beginner, I believe that cooks of all levels could benefit from reading the posts. With plenty of neat tips and tricks to learn and more posts coming, please sign up to our mailing list and be notified when there is new content.
I hope that, with your help, we can develop a community where readers share their favorite tips and tricks for everyone to learn. Sharing our knowledge will lead to a site that will benefit all that visit the site.
I look forward to having some insightful conversations with all of you.
Visit my Blog to read about the tips and tricks I have learned over the years. While the blog is aimed at the beginner, I believe that cooks of all levels could benefit from reading the posts.
I hope that we can develop a community where readers share their favorite tips and tricks for everyone to learn.
In the Gadgets section of the blog, you can read about some cool kitchen toys that simplify tasks while others are just neat to brag about.
Ranging from simple gadgets like new can openers to egg cookers to Instant Pots, there is a lot to cover.
One of the gadgets I use every week is a egg cooker which can soft or hard boil up to 7 eggs using a fraction of the water you would use in saucepan. It comes with its own small measuring cup with water level marks for both soft and hard boiled eggs. The hard boiled take about a quarter of a measuring cup. With its built in water sensor, it will automatically shut itself off when the water is gone. All I have to do then is put the eggs in an ice bath to stop the cooking process.