Kitchen Bootcamp Week 3: Learn to Cook

Kb photoIf TV dinners and takeout are your idea of what's for dinner, then it's time to rethink what you eat. This week's goal, Learn to Cook. No, I'm not expecting you to make the perfect roux overnight nor do I want you to become a culinary god or goddess. However, making a basic 5-ingredient recipe or throwing everything into a slow cooker and forgetting about it DOES count as cooking and IS very doable. So let's get to it! Need more motivation? Watch here…

We have hundreds to how-to videos to guide you on your quest of learning to cook. From basics techniques like how-to chop an onion to more challenging skills like how-to make a layer cake to recipe demonstrations, you're guaranteed to find what you need to make dinner prep a cinch.


Here are a few other stories that we've created for you to help demystify cooking.

These should help you get started. Let me know if you need more tips or have questions. We're here to help you achieve your goal of learning to cook this year!


  1. cold steel

    When cooking, it is important to have a knife skills. You need to be careful in using knifes as well. A steel knife is much more recommended for their good cutting and chopping properties.

    February 16, 2012 at 12:25 am
  2. buck knife

    I agree. Knife skills are very important. You need to have a good skill in cutting ingredients and other materials to prevent accidental cuts. I love cooking, and I can say that I have a good skill in using knives.

    April 18, 2012 at 8:05 pm

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