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    How To Make A Crème Caramel From MasterChef Canada (With a Caramel Cage)

    This how to make a Crème Caramel recipe from MasterChef Canada is so easy to make if you follow our step by step recipe guide on how to make a Crème Caramel, flan, or custard dessert recipe. ➡️ CARAMEL CAGE Full Recipe: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gtQf-k3UCB8&list=UUGNRSCD9-k1629nNEi8suhQ ➡️ SUBSCRIBE to Goutez! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGNRSCD9-k1629nNEi8suhQ?sub_confirmation=1 Learn how to make the Creme Caramel […] More

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    The ULTIMATE Guide to the QUENELLE

    How to make a Quenelle

    Call it a rocher, a quenelle, this difficult-to-master technique is acclaimed by pastry chefs and line cooks around the world. Justin shares a little of the history plus his favorite way to practice this maneuver to help you improve at work. Big tub ‘o Crisco – https://amzn.to/2NSbber Spoons and other gear – https://amzn.to/33RIHH5   More

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    Every Way to Cook a Chicken Breast (32 Methods)

    Join Basically editor Amiel Stanek as he attempts to cook chicken breast in almost every way possible. Which method is the best? Deep-fried? Coal-cooked? Microwaved? Well, it’s definitely not microwaved. Skip to the different methods here: 00:18 BAKED CHICKEN 0:49 ROASTED CHICKEN 1:19 BROILED CHICKEN 1:55 BOILED CHICKEN 2:25 POACHED CHICKEN 2:48 BRAISED CHICKEN 3:38 […] More

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    Knife Skills: How to Slice a Steak (Find the Grain)

    Wüsthof knows good knives. ICE knows good knife skills. For 30 years, we've partnered together to ensure ICE students have the highest quality tools in hand, to best prepare them in their craft. Now, we put over 200 years of craftsmanship and 4 decades of culinary technique together to bring you the best of what […] More

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    Knife Skills: How to Slice, Dice and Julienne

    Wüsthof knows good knives. ICE knows good knife skills. For 30 years, we’ve partnered together to ensure ICE students have the highest quality tools in hand, to best prepare them in their craft. Now, we put over 200 years of craftsmanship and 4 decades of culinary technique together to bring you the best of what […] More

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    Techniques & Art of Professional Bread Baking

    This 200-hour course developed and led by Chef Sim Cass, the founding baker of New York City’s acclaimed Balthazar Bakery and one of the pioneers of the modern artisanal bread movement. Born and raised in the UK, Sim was among the first bakers to introduce New York City diners to naturally fermented, European-style breads. Today, […] More

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    Cooking with Unique Oils

    ICE Chef Robert Ramsey demonstrates unique recipes using lesser-known, flavorful, heart-healthy cooking oils. He starts with a smoked olive oil carbonara, with thinly slice guanciale and topped with freshly grated pecorino cheese. Then Chef Robert shows us how to infuse walnut flavor into his roasted beet salad using a walnut infused olive oil and walnut […] More

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    Culinary Techniques: Charring

    It happens to everyone: you get distracted, set the timer for too long or set the temperature too high. In short, burning food is a kitchen rite of passage. But these days, chefs are burning food on purpose—charring is a smoking hot trend! ICE Chef James Briscione gives Food & Wine's Dana Cowin a lesson […] More

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