Let’s face it, cooking isn’t for everyone. Whether it’s the number of steps for a recipe or the prep time that turns you away from the kitchen, the reality is that it won’t always turn out the way you want if you don’t know what you’re doing.
While the estimated prep and cooking time might say 30 minutes, you’ll always know that somehow your amateur skills will add at least 15 more minutes. The wonderful thing about cooking, however, is that while the principles might never change, the way you get to the final step in the recipe does.
There are thousands of ways to cook better, chop better, and make your life easier in the kitchen. Our expert Chefs have tried and tested different methods and techniques used by all kinds of cooks and now they’re bringing their extensive experience and knowledge to you.
Like Chef Matthew Ridgway who’s worked in numerous fine dining restaurants across the U.S. and France, or Chef Daniella Malfitano who travels throughout the U.S. attending speaking engagements, hosting appearances, educational workshops, and demos around culinary. From cutting heating time in half to using one tool to make it all, these are the kitchen must-haves our Pros recommend to every chef and home cook.
If you are looking to cook meat thoroughly, there are two ways that our expert chefs like to make sure everything is cooked to perfection. Using traditional cooking equipment like a stove, oven or grill can be time-consuming and if you don’t know what to look for, creating a consistent cook can be difficult. It’s one of the many reasons that Chef Derrick Reed has turned to the Anova Sous Vide to cook dishes like salmon, steak, chicken.