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    How to find the best online classes | Food and Cooking

    You achieve mastery through many small, confident steps forward. If you are a beginner, work on perfecting one technique at a time. As you gain proficiency, you can build upon your culinary skills by adding a new meal each week. BestReviews With new post-holiday cooking toys and the pandemic still keeping people at home, you might be looking for ways to improve your cooking game. Many people also own state-of-the-art appliances but never use them to their fullest potential. An online cooking class can help you get the most out of your appliances and cooking-related gifts.  Once you learn to  

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    Things to know in Milwaukee food and drink news this week

    The winter brings a variety of food and cooking classes to broaden your culinary skills and palette. While cooking classes at Glorioso’s Appetito have been canceled through January, other businesses are modifying class size and making changes in accordance with COVID-19 safety regulations. Classes are subject to change, but here are a few classes still scheduled. New series of Korean cooking classes Milwaukee Recreation is offering a new series of classes in traditional Korean cooking. Learn how to prepare bulgogi, a Korean barbecue, rice cake soup and dumplings, kimchi pancakes and jjigae, a Korean stew, fried noodles, a spicy rice  

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    St. Paul student chases food dream with YouTube cooking channel, ‘Noshing with Netta’

    On a seasonably cold December afternoon, Netta Hardin is in her kitchen making vegan cream of broccoli soup. The recipe has six basic ingredients: broccoli, olive oil, onion, vegetable stock, russet potatoes and cashews, plus kosher salt and pepper to taste. Across the small kitchen island, Netta’s mom, Allyson Perling, is holding an iPhone with a microphone and tripod attached. She moves swiftly around the room, capturing close-ups of the ingredients while repeating a simple prompt: “What are you doing, Netta?” Netta washes her hands, rough chops the potatoes, sweats the onion and adds everything else to the pot. When  

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    It’s time for low-cal, high-flavor cooking | Food and cooking

    The flavor of turkey is similar enough to veal that it makes a reasonable substitute; I even know a chef who used to cook turkey at his restaurant and jokingly call it “redneck veal.” Veal is hard to find these days, and it is expensive when you do see it, so Turkey Wienerschnitzel would be a great idea even if it weren’t so delicious. Based on the classic Austrian dish, it is a turkey cutlet, breaded and lightly fried, served with capers and slices of lemon. A fried egg on top tastes great, too. This version, which was  

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    How Food & Cooking Will Change in the Future

    Especially in light of the pandemic, the traditional dining-in model has drastically changed in recent years. More people are cooking at home, but they are cooking in different ways that cater to their specific diets, tastes, budgets and desires. Technology has made that easier. In a talk moderated by The Spoon’s Michael Wolf, panelists Robin List of Suvie, Khalid Aboujassoum of Else Labs, Dr. Dochui Choi of Samsung and Kai Schaeffner of Thermomix discussed what’s coming next for food technology. Why is it so hard for kitchen technology to catch on? The microwave was arguably the most revolutionary piece  

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