Have you ever wondered what Chef’s do to make life in the kitchen easier? Take a look below.

Todd Mark Miller How to tenderize meat

Annie Copps How to avoid forgetting ingredients

David Guas How to remove ramekins from a bain marie

Marc Murphy How to cut corn off the cob

Joyce White How to stop your nuts from sinking

Jimmy Banos How to get the heat out of a chili

Adam Perry Lang How to maximize yourBBQ flavour

Katie Brown How to properly season steak

Rick Tramonto How to get your fritattas to rise

Thomas Buckley How to stop artichokes from browning

Nigella Lawson How to handle an avocado

Giada DeLaurentis How to write an organized shopping list

Gavin Kaysen How to grill sweetcorn

Curtis Stone How not to burn your butter

Craig Koketsu How to get rid of that raw, raw onion taste

Ellie Krieger How to enjoy your food more

Richard Blais How to make the best cheeseburgers

Me How to measure your ingredients without making a mess

Ming Tsai How to make perfect fried rice

Pete & Nick Triantafilos How to cook crabs


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