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...like the first step to fighting crime is learning how to put on a cape, the first step to perfect knife skills is learning how to hold a knife. There are two basic grips: the handle grip, and the blade grip. If you've only ever been using the handle grip,...
A little tune up on technique and safety.
Chef Brendan McDermott shows some basic knife skills, then uses them to quarter a chicken for a tagine (casserole). TheBrooklynKitchen.com: thebrooklynkitchen.com
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Chefs Anne and Beau teach their recruits how to dice a zucchini. Thisvideo is part of Worst Cooks show hosted by Anne Burrell, Beau MacMillan . SHOW DESCRIPTION :Twelve of the most hopeless cooks in the country will compete in a high-stakes elimination series in Worst Cooks in America. At stake for the last two standing is the chance to cook for a panel of esteemed culinary critics and win the grand prize of $25000. This six-week series will put the "recruits" through a culinary boot camp led by two acclaimed chefs: Anne Burrell, host of Secrets of a Restaurant Chef, and Beau MacMillan, executive chef at elements in Phoenix.
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Advanced Knife Skills
After 45 years of knife making, Ron Claiborne gets his name honest.
"My nickname is Bowie--everybody knows me as Bowie."
As a master craftsman, Bowie could be considered a cut about the rest. But knife making is one craft you never truly master.
Roger Mooking shows Plato Putas how to properly wield a knife in the kitchen. The host of Food Network Canada's "Everyday Exotic" and co-owner/executive chef of Nyood and Kultura tells us what to look for in a good knife, demonstrates how to use your fingers as a guide and shares more tips to help us sharpen our knife skills. For more on food and the joys of eating, visit www.platoputas.com
This footage is taken from a small workshop I did and filmed in Tokyo. I introduce students to simulation training by first correcting all structural/postural faults with a taiji approach. We also use many taichi theories in our silat.. I think that's what makes it different other than our grip on reality with most students being Security/Bodyguard, Law Enforcement or Military.Learn RAW SILAT & KNIFE SURVIVAL TODAY!!! ONLINE COURSES AVAILABLE NOW!!!! @ raw-combat.com Here's how! Simply make and account by registering (which is free) and become a basically monthly member which gives you FREE Fortnightly Tutorials!!! You can also choose to take part in any of our official online syllabuses such as Knife Survival, Silat, Security Training and Much Much more!!! latest information V-Log www.youtube.com www.raw-combat.com Subscribe to www.raw-combat.com and receive FREE fortnightly tutorials and have access to our forum, articles, online courses and members only shop for only 6 Euros a month! (Payed by paypal automatically converts this into your currency!) Sifu Luke Holloway (now in Japan) Founder of Raw Combat International- Raw now in 24 Countries and Growing! AFFILIATION & INSTRUCTOR PROGRAMS AVAILABLE SEMINARS WORLD WIDE!!! ナイフディフェンスコースローコンバット護身術コースセキュリティーコース上記のコース受講可能です 連絡先(In Japanese Only) www.relief-and-safety.com あぶないからビデオをまねしない方がいい。 会社やグループ団体としての特別なセミナーや、コースも受け付け て ...
This is part 1 of the Basic Knife Skills video. Here Chef Tomm shows us some of the basic knife skills you should know. Make sure you watch the second part to this video.
Greatfood.ie expert chef Seiya Nakano shows how to remove the bitter stem from the inside of a garlic clove. He demonstrates the knife technique to chop it finely and to puree it using a handy chef's tip! Seiya is a french and Japanese trained chef and runs O'Sushi in Dublin, Ireland. Visit us at Ireland's best food, recipe and wine website at Greatfood.ie. Video copyright Anne Kennedy/Greatfood.ie
Greatfood.ie guest chef Seiya Nakano shows how to julienne carrots. This makes them useful for stir-fries where they can cook quickly or you can blanch them and toss them in lemon juice and butter. Greatfood.ie is Ireland's largest and favourite food and wine website and Seiya Nakano is a trained Sushi and French chef who previously spent some time working in the kitchens of Ledoyen, France's 3 Michelin star restaurant. Video copyright Anne Kennedy at Greatfood.ie
Having the right knife skills in the kitchen will keep you safe and make your food preparation more efficient.
Few people handle cooking knives with the skill and precision of an experienced professional chef. In fact, many of
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by Chef Richard Livingstone A presentation and demonstration of Knives and their uses. I go on to demonstrate many different classic and contemporary vegetable cuts and decorations. I demonstrate safe methods of cutting and the handling of knives, which once mastered enable the handler to use knives with much greater safety. All equipment used in this presentation can be purchased at my shop on line. Visit www.antheaskitchen.com.au
A guide to improving your knife skills
How to make hundreds of different presentations. A systematic approach to border garnishes. How to decorate edibles utilizing fresh vegetables. Professional knife skills and cutting on the bias. Food for thought
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cookingwithcaitlin.com Chef Caitlin teaches you how to hold your knife, the right hand motions, and the right way to hold your other hand to be sure not to cut yourself. You too can chop vegetables, meats, fruits and much more in no time at all. Watch this video to see how.
A video of some of the most commonly used knife skills and a quick fire from some feather sticks using a fire steel for ignition. from learnbushcraft.co.uk
How to peel and dice an onion faster than you can cry. If Chef Gargone can dice an onion blindfolded you can learn his methods to create all the professional cuts and more.His professional knife handling DVD is released. Visit www.foodgarnishing.com to be the first 100 and receive a great deal
Knife skills are an important technique to learn if you want to be safe in the kitchen. Chef Jason Hill shows you how to cut an onion with a chef's knife. Today you'll learn how to dice, how to slice and how to mince onions. For dicing, first remove the stem end of the onion. Set up and cut in half down through the root. Peel first layer of skin off. Leaving the root end on keeps the onion together while you are dicing. With your free hand, tucking your fingers, hold down the onion and begin to make cuts in the onion, using your free hand as a guide for your blade. For a finer dice, you can make a cut or two down the center of the onion. Again, tucking your fingers, hold down the onion and begin to dice the onion. Keep your fingers tucked at all times. To slice an onion, I remove the root end and remove the first layer of skin. Set the onion flat. You can turn the onion and begin slicing. This thickness works great for salads or fajitas. While we're at it, you probably want to know how to mince garlic or shallots. I lay the garlic or shallot on its flat side and begin to make tiny 1/8th inch slices through the shallot. Carefully make several cross section cuts into the shallot, moving your fingertips backward as you cut. Finally, make 1/8th inch slices down the shallot. Now you are mincing! This method works great for garlic as well. Remember the speed will come with time. Thanks for watching.
Knife skills instructor Norman Weinstein has as many tips as he does wisecracks. For starters, he suggests upgrading to a larger knife. "Now, the other famous student I had in class was Jimmy Stewart. And when he went from the 8- to the 10-inch knife,
A brief demonstration of some basic knife skills, by Chef John Gonzales of A Chef's Kitchen. www.achefskitchen.biz
tinyurl.com Chef Charlie Palmer of Dry Creek Kitchen in Healdsburg shows us some knife skills for dicing onions and slicing carrots.
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Chef-Instructor at the Institute of Culinary Education, Norman Weinstein shows us how to carve a chicken using a 9-inch Granton Edge Carving Knife. His new book "Mastering Knife Skills" is available wherever books are sold. Visit this link to find out more: www.abramsbooks.com
Chef-Instructor at the Institute of Culinary Education, Norman Weinstein shows us how to dice vegetables. His new book "Mastering Knife Skills" is available wherever books are sold. Visit this link to find out more: www.abramsbooks.com
Chef-Instructor at the Institute of Culinary Education, Norman Weinstein shows us how to make a tomato rose. His new book "Mastering Knife Skills" is available wherever books are sold. Visit this link to find out more: www.abramsbooks.com
Chef-Instructor at the Institute of Culinary Education, Norman Weinstein reviews the high and low techniques for cutting vegetables. His new book "Mastering Knife Skills" is available wherever books are sold. Visit this link to find out more: www.abramsbooks.com
poor camera and video editing software, it was hard to keep the knives in frame. Just me playing with some butterfly knives. I'm not claiming to be great, my skills mostly hover around intermediate. Thanks for watching!
Norman Weinstein has gone where lesser men fear to tread
and has written a blockbuster of a book on knives.
"Mastering Knife Skills: The Essential Guide to the Most Important Tools in Your Kitchen" (Stewart, Tabori & Chang, $35) is the only guide you
Operation Frontline's Alicia McCabe teaching knife skills.
www.mindbites.com In this lesson Chef Rafferty explains basic knife skills that will make your cutting and chopping not only easier but safer as well. He demonstrates his techniques using carrots, onions, cabbage, and herbs as examples. Click on link above to watch full lesson.
A Japanese chef demonstrates how to filet a rather large flat fish(Hirame) with a paring knife. Also a nice sashimi presentation
Derek Allen shows basic knife techniques.
Gunter Wilhelm Cutlery produces the finest German Cutlery in the world. The products can be seen at gunterwilhelm dot com. Gunter Wilhelm is please to offer you Knive Skills 101 which comes free with each purchase of a set of knives.
Go to www.militarychefs.com to download higher quality versions of this clip. An ACES Aspic Training Video for the 2008 competition. Culinary Arts Program - US Army Culinary Arts Competition www.quartermaster.army.mil The American Culinary Federation sanctions the competition. Medals received from federation entries can be used towards chef certification. The competition is open to active duty members of all Services, DOD civilians, and USAR and ARNG personnel. Active duty teams will be formed by installation. The USAR teams by DRC/RSC. ARNG teams will be formed by State. The number of competitors allowed per team will be reviewed each year and may be adjusted on facility and equipment availability. The number will be addressed in the annual competition rules. The United States Army Culinary Arts Program is really progressing and representing culinary trends from around the world. The overall program includes the Annual Culinary Arts Competition at Fort Lee, VA, home of the Quartermaster Corps; the United States Army Culinary Arts Team; and the Culinary Skills Training Division. Here students from AIT, BNCOC, ANCOC, and the Advanced Culinary Skills Training Courses receive their hands-on instruction. The Culinary Arts Competition at Fort Lee. In its 31 year history the only time the competition did not take place was in 1991 during the Desert Storm campaign and 2003 during Operation Iraqi Freedom. The 31st annual competition is truly shaping up to be one of our best ...
A good place to get cheap butterfly knives is www.1blade.blogspot.com There prices may seem a little bit high, but that's because shipping is free and tax is included. So they end up being cheaper then anywhere else.
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The basic knife skills every home cook needs to know to save hours in the kitchen.
Raw food preparation. Welcome back to Jenna's Healthy Kitchen! We all know we need to eat more organic, fresh fruits and vegetables, but some of us are afraid of using knives. Guest chef Adriel Martinetti, graduate of Johnson & Wales College of Culinary Arts (Miami, Florida), demonstrates safe knife skills in this short video podcast. Now there's no reason to allow a fear of knives to keep you from slicing, dicing and chopping up raw produce yourself. You too can be a pro. Here's to having more fun in your kitchen!
See more videos at video.nymag.com Do you grip a knife like a club? Do your tomato wedges fall apart in seedy clumps? Recent Top Chef winner Hung Huynh visited with Grub Street at Dani yesterday to demonstrate his famous knife skills. The quicksilver cook showed how to julienne squash and a speedy way to slice meat. Definitely try this at home. But first, watch the video. By Josh Ozersky, Video by Sarah Lohman
great knife skills that after cut the meat and the fish is still alive and kicking
Men's Health short order cook Matt Goulding shows any aspiring chef how to wield a blade like a kitchen king.
Learn cutting techniques: chiffonade, julienne, and shredding with Professional Chef Gordon Drysdale and Cooking.com
It's funny how culinary terminology can stump even the best cooks. A family member, who will remain nameless, once asked me if you need a special tool to mince. (Is there such a thing?)
Then there's the dice thing. What is large dice
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