Crock pots are widely viewed as a slow way to cook your food while you’re at work during the day, and that’s, well – pretty much it. However, crock pots are actually an incredibly versatile kitchen tool and can be used for just about any cooking task that you can imagine, from the very simple to complex. We’re going to take a look at why crock pots have become the go-to kitchen tool for many, by giving you some unexpected ways you can use it.
Month December 2020
Ahh, poached eggs. So delicious, yet so hard to cook – or are they? Although poached eggs have gotten a bad reputation as being “difficult” to cook, they actually don’t have to be difficult at all. With a little practice and mastering of your technique, they’re actually quite an easy way to turn your next breakfast into a memorable occasion. We’ve rounded up some expert tips on how to poach an egg like a pro, so you can get the perfect round result that you see at a restaurant, every time.
We’ve all fantasized about simply throwing a bunch of ingredients into our slow cooker before we leave for work, and coming home to a perfectly cooked meal at the end of the day. Unfortunately, that fantasy can quickly become a harsh reality when we open the lid a few hours later to find a meal that either hasn’t cooked, or is a mound of sloppy mush. So, where did you go wrong? In this article, we take a look at the best tips for slow cooker meals, so you can come home to perfectly cooked meals every time.
While there are hundreds of podcasts out there about food (and we love listening to them!) there aren’t anywhere near as many for those who want to know what it’s like to run a restaurant. And no matter what role you have in the restaurant industry, it can be hard to find the time to read up on how others are running their restaurants, and most importantly, how they are adapting to the COVID-19 pandemic. That’s why we have compiled a list of the 5 best restaurant podcasts of 2020, so you can listen to them while you’re rolling silverware or doing menial paperwork.