Knife skills 101- Mk II
Due to popular demand, let's do it again!
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An essential skill for cooking is using a knife properly. Not only do you not injure yourself, but getting better with a good knife increases your confidence, impresses your friends or spouse and makes it more fun to take the time to prepare a meal.
WHO IS THIS FOR
Beginning cooks that want to learn how to cut safely and regain the joy of cooking.
WHAT WE WILL DO
We are going to meet at my house and I will show you how to chop a wide variety of things:
Onions, carrots, spring onions, potatoes etc. and learn to make cubes, slices ... and keep your fingers
Then you can take all the ingredients home for a nice sunday evening minestrone!
-Apron (uniforms are fun) + tea towel
-A big knife (I prefer bigger knives like a Santoku, please don't bring a peeling knife)- We can sharpen them if need be.
-Two to three tupperware containers to take home the bounty
I DON'T HAVE A KNIFE !
Here is a knife I would recommend if you want to spend a little bit of money on a good one.
If that's too expensive, you can get a cheaper one from Ikea in the beginning.
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