Every great artist was once an apprentice. Chef Egg's teacher Ms. Pickle may have been his first love in the kitchen.
The instant Chef Egg has to change teaspoons to tablespoons, set the table, or keep a recipe within budget, Ms. Pickle will appear in the kitchen to teach everybody a lesson they won't forget.
General Kitchen Terms To Know
Beat or Whisk: To mix food in a bowl using a whisk at a fast pace. This will add air bubbles to the food and make it lighter and fluffier and add more volume.
Boil: To cook food in a large amount of water that has been heated to 212º F.
Broil: To quickly brown the top of your food in the oven. The high heat comes from above, and the food will burn quickly.
Braise: To sear the food over high heat then drop the heat to a low flame and add a flavorful liquid that will slowly cook the food until it is oh-so-tender and juicy. The meat will literally fall off the bone.
Caramelize: To cook your food slowly over low heat, allowing the sugars inside the food to heat up and intensify into a sweet flavor and dark color – just like sweet, gooey caramel.