Tips Every In-House Cook Should Know

Kitchen tips so simple, yet so game-changing

Sure, cooking may seem exceptionally daunting at times – but that’s where these tried-and-true culinary tips come in. (Take note.)

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  • Leave the root in while dicing to hold the onion together.
  • Store residual bacon grease in glass (not plastic).
  • Frozen couscous will stay good for up to three months.
  • Blot meat before browning so it doesn’t steam – and does crust.
  • Clean the coffeemaker with a solution of white vinegar and cold water.
  • Let an apple pie cool at room temperature for two to three hours before cutting.
  • To avoid making a mess while mixing, always use a bigger bowl than you think you’ll need.
  • After filleting a fish, use lemon juice to remove the odor from your hands.

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April 22, 2013