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What would be a good website to learn how to cook?

  1. AliceFournier profile image68
    AliceFournierposted 4 years ago

    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!

  2. JG11Bravo profile image84
    JG11Bravoposted 4 years ago

    http://reluctantgourmet.com/cooking-techniques

    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.

    1. AliceFournier profile image68
      AliceFournierposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      That website is awesome! Thank you very much, it helps me a lot. I just have to cook basic meals for a one year old

  3. lupine profile image72
    lupineposted 4 years ago

    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.

  4. DATALOAD profile image60
    DATALOADposted 4 years ago

    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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