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#7

These vegetables are minced, chopped, and diced. Can you order these cooking terms from the largest to smallest size you'd be cutting?

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  • Chop, dice, mince

  • Dice, chop, mince

  • Mince, chop, dice

  • They’re all the same thing, it’s the item that changes.

  • Chop is larger, dice and mince are the same size.

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#8

Crockpots and slow-cookers are the real kitchen MVPs. Minimum effort for maximum reward. What do you use yours for?

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  • Dinners, like stews

  • Desserts, like cakes and crumbles

  • Soups

  • Dips

  • Storage

  • What’s a Crockpot? I’m pretty sure I don’t have one of those…

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#9

For some people, cilantro tastes like hand soap. Don't serve it to your partner if they hate it! Be attentive to their needs and save the day! Find the cilantro!

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#10

So, baking and roasting. You use the oven for both of them. What's the difference?

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  • Roasting involves solid food, baking turns semi-solid food into something more solid

  • The difference is the temperature setting used

  • The difference is the fat content in the food

  • You cover what you’re baking, whereas roasting is uncovered

  • All of these statements are true

  • Roasting and baking are the same thing

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#11

Whatever you do, DON'T MESS THIS UP! Now... how do you clean a cast-iron skillet?

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  • You don’t

  • Soap and water

  • Coarse salt and water

  • Scrape the food off with hot water and a wooden spoon

  • Steel wool

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#12

You should never be too proud to admit fault. What's your blindspot in the kitchen? What's your achilles heel?

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  • I tend to overcook or burn things

  • I serve things undercooked

  • My food can be flavorless at times

  • I’m straight-up bad at baking

  • There’s not much variety in the food I make

  • I’m damn near perfect. Shut up!

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