Wednesday, November 02, 2011

More Cooking Tips....

...courtesy of the team of chefs at The Food Network.

  • To season meat and fish more evenly before cooking, sprinkle from higher it's snowing.
  • Accroding to the Barefoot Contessa, you'll get better results if you leave your butter and eggs out at room temperature overnight.
  • You're not done after you cut the corn off the cob.  Use the back of the kinfe to scrape the cob again and extract the juice.  The "milk" will add flavor and body to your corn dish.
  • Here are Iron Chef Michael Symon's flavor boosters of choice: acidity, salt and horseradish.
  • A basic one that too many of us forget: read a recipe entirely and thoroughly before you start cooking.
  • Don't use oil in the water while you boil pasta.   You might think it will keep the pasta from sticking, but it will do is keep the sauce from sticking to the pasta.

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