10 Cooking Techniques Everyone Should Master

This was a guest post I did for Elysa at www.genpink.com and her December’s Top Tens in 2010 Series.

As you find yourself making the transition from living off of fast food and ramen noodles in college, it becomes apparent that some expertise in the kitchen will help ward off the weight gain, and the strain on your wallet that restaurant food can cause. I often hear the phrase “I can’t cook” and simply shake my head in disagreement. Cooking is not hard, it’s just a matter of learning how.  When you break it down and take a look at a few recipes, you will see that the majority of the meals that you find are created using only a handful of techniques that are easy to master with a little practice. I’ve come up with the top ten cooking techniques that I’ve found will allow you to make just about any meal you can dream up, and on occasion impress those who see cooking as a challenge reserved for short-order chefs.

browning food in skillet

Check out the rest of my post at http://www.genpink.com/10-cooking-techniques-everyone-should-master/.

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2 Responses to “10 Cooking Techniques Everyone Should Master”

  1. Neil Says:

    Nice tips man! I’m leaving the comment there instead of GenPink since I comment on her blog often. I read your About Me page. That’s an interesting transition. Congrats on doing what you gotta do. I’ll see you at the next event I’m sure.


  2. Rory Says:

    Thanks for the love Neil! I’ll definitely see you soon.

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