3 Easy Steps to Dine at Home

Before You Begin

    Cooking can be a fun experience and easy to familiarize by assembling any dish, plain or fancy. If you are familiar with its ingredients, it will become more comfortable each time. Carefully study the following recommended recipes on my PAGE to create a meal plan from beginning to end. Remember,, special ingredients may require cooking ware that you may not know, so I prepared easy techniques with ordinary utensils and pans.

Step 1: What are the essential elements to learn about ethnic cooking?

    The most important characteristic of capturing a good meal are to make your guests feel comfortable before and after eating. The experience to make and use basic cooking methods, whether at home, visiting family, or friends, is to always cook extra and having extra space at the table if an unexpected guest should happen to arrive around the dinner table. I have been at different kinds of gatherings, and there was a way to start a potluck. Before you know it you have a party!

    I will prep you on a selection of popular cultural ethnic cooking styles I’ve done for special events, family gatherings, and dates. Everything can be reused for future holiday events and daily cooking at home.

Japanese Cooking      Chinese Cooking       French Cooking        Indo Dutch Cooking    

Step 2: Cooking Utensils

Asian Cooking List:
  • Cleaver
  • Spatula
  • Wok
  • Chopsticks
  • Soup Bowl
  • Porcelain Soup Spoon
  • Rice Bowl and Saucer
  • Teapot
  • Rice Cooker
  • French Cooking List:
  • Crepe Pan
  • Spatula
  • Whisk
  • Glass bottles
  • Wooden Spoon
  • Non Stocky Pan
  • Ungreased Cookie Sheet
  • Clear Glass Dishes
  • Step 3: Are you ready to shop?

        Once you have made your grocery list, now you are ready to shop for ingredients and to organize the cookware you will need. Once you have assembled everything, you can begin to cook.

         Whenever you cook, there are specific SAFETY STEPS you must always keep in mind. Even experienced cooks follow these rules when they’re in the kitchen. Read more at Food Health and Safety.