The best chefs are those who have spent their entire lives mulling over recipes, sweating over boiling pans and slicing and dicing vegetables. The only way to get better at cooking is to cook as much as you can. Experiment, try new things and get out of your comfort zone. Learn new techniques each week, and stand in front of your oven at least four days per week.
Organise Your Work Station
A cluttered kitchen leads to a cluttered mind – which leads to a messy meal.
Organising your kitchen so that everything is logically laid out is essential before you start cooking. It’s important that you know where everything is so that you don’t get stressed, which will only have a negative effect on your cooking.
Keep your mind alert and alive by keeping your kitchen tidy.….READ MORE ON THE NEXT PAGE