Someday, when my kids are older and not as demanding, I'd like to slow down a little and savor the process of preparing a meal. It's always so relaxing when I watch them do it on the Food Network.
But today, I'm looking for ways to speed things up in the kitchen so I can get grub on the table and get on with it. Take a look at this video on how to peel a hardboiled egg in 10 seconds ...
I need more of these techniques for some of my most time-consuming tasks ... and food processors don't count, because I don't have one.
- Mincing onions, garlic, celery, everything
- Removing the silver skin from meats
- Grating cheese
- De-veining shrimp
I'm looking for tips so please share any videos, gadgets, techniques, or vouchers for free cooking classes with me.
What prep step takes you the longest in the kitchen?