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What would be a good website to learn how to cook?
I need to learn some basic cooking "rules" and recipes for my job, and I'm looking for a way to learn online for free!
That covers some of the basics, but if you care to give specifics to what you need to learn I'd be happy to address them myself. I learned via parents, grandparents, and a decade of trial and error, personally, but I doubt you have that kind of time.
A good website for cooking, recipes, and anything you want to know about food and cooking is: www.foodnetwork.com There, you can view recipes by countless chefs, cooking personalities, videos, tips, you name it. They also have a Food Network television station, its on all day and night. I have learned a few valuable tips from this myself.
When I was first learning to cook, my chef had me read a book called 'professional cooking'. It went over everything in logical order. It started with equipment, and ended with French Cuisine. You could probably find a good book at the library. Most libraries now have eBooks as well. You could also download the books you need.
A good way to use the internet and learn the same material would be to go to amazon or another site and view the table of contents for a good book. Use that as a reference of what to learn. Do your research based on that information.
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