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If you’re interested in cooking you need to have quality equipment. Cheap, poorly made kitchen equipment is NOT FUN to use and is dangerous. Knives, cutting boards, small wares, pot and pans, dutch ovens etc. These are the tools of the trade and if you’re going to start cooking at home (and you should be) these are a must.
I advocate spending money on this stuff. Do not skimp. Good kitchen equipment will last almost forever and will pay you back in a few short months with savings due to cooking at home VS eating out. Good equipment makes the task much more enjoyable, and you will progress in your skills must faster with good equipment.
I have over 25 years of experience as a chef, I cannot cut vegetables without a good knife. I attempted to cut and onion recently with a cheap, dull knife. I could not do it…the onions were smashed and the knife was really dangerous.
This episode will give you the basic equipment I recommend your purchase to help make your kitchen your favorite room in the house!!
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Chef Keith Snow
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