14 Kinds of Knives

Knives 1.  Boning Knife A thin and pointed knife for about 6 inches long. Typically used for boning raw poultry and meats. The one with stiff blades are used for heavier work. The one with flexible blades are used for lighter work like filleting fish. 2.  Butcher Knife A broad, heavy and slight curved knife used for cutting, sectioning and trimming raw meats in the butcher shop. 3.  Channel Knife A special kind of knife used in decorating fruits and vegetables. 4.  Chinese Cook’s Knife A kind of knife similar…

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7 Useful Measuring Devices

Measuring Devices 1.  Ladle A measuring device with a long handle used for measuring and portioning liquids. 2.  Measuring Cups Plastic or stainless steel cups used for measuring both dry and liquid ingredients. Sizes: 1, ½, 1/3, ¼ and 1/8 cup 3.  Measuring Spoons Plastic or stainless steel spoons used for measuring a small amount of both dry and liquid ingredients. Commonly used for measuring seasonings and spices. Sizes: 1 tbsp, 1 tsp, ½ tsp, ¼ tsp and 1/8 tsp 4.  Scoop A measuring device with a lever for the…

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16 Types of Cooking Pots and Pans

Cooking Pots and Pans 1.  Sauce Pot A less shallow, medium depth and straight sided pot to make stirring or mixing easier. Generally used for sauces, soups and other liquids. Sizes: 6 to 60 quarts 2.  Stock Pot A deep, large and straight sided pot used for preparing stocks or in simmering large quantities of liquids Sizes: 8 to 200 quarts 3.  Stock Pot with Spigot Faucet or Spigot allows the liquid to flow easily without removing the solid food items inside the stock pot. Sizes: 8 to 200 quarts…

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10 To Do Things When Discovering a Fire

Kitchen Fire

Fire can spread faster than a blink of an eye.  It takes minutes to create a black smoke to fill a house.  Due to the imminent danger, Government Official started a Campaign to educate all individuals about the basic fire prevention techniques.  Below are the Top 10 to do things when discovering a fire. 1. Stay call when you discover a fire. 2.  Call for some help or call firefighters immediately. 3.  Alert other people inside the place. 4.  Extinguish the fire only if possible. 5.  Close all air access…

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