Learn the basics on cutting in Katie Goodman’s Kitchen 101 article that’s posted up today.
Many around the world have resolved to start cooking more in 2010. I’m a firm believer that anyone can follow a simple recipe once educated on some basic terms. If you don’t know what chop, cube, dice, julienne, mince, or slice mean, it can be hard to prepare a recipe. Someone might brand themselves to be a “horrible cook,” when really they just need to understand a few terms. Here are some of the most common cutting terms spelled out verbally and visually.