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Recipe Construction Made Easy 

Guest Post by Chef Kevin Wagner

As a chef, and most chef’s will agree …

I usually don’t use recipes to cook with.

Sooo … it’s a challenge for me not only to follow one, but to construct a recipe when somebody asks me for one. This always seems to happen after a great dinner, and I always try to come up with one for my guests.

It occasionally takes me a bit to recall exactly what I threw in (doesn’t sound too appetizing, huh), but I haven’t totally lost my memory yet so I can usually duplicate it very closely.

One trick I started to use  

and I still have to discipline myself to do this, is to keep a small notebook with me at all times when I cook. I have one in my kitchen at home, and carry one with me on the job.

As I add ingredients to a dish, I try to remember to measure them, sorta anyway. The basic methods and procedures are ingrained in my cooking techniques, so it’s never a problem to sketch out the method of preparation.

This allows me to sit down afterwards, and throw together a quick recipe when I need to.

Put this little trick to work for you, so the next time someone asks you…

“How did you make that?”

Now,  You’ll be able to tell them.

Copyright© 2002 Cooking Solutions. Kevin Wagner is Chef/Owner of Cooking Solutions catering, teaching and consulting services located in Bear River, Nova Scotia, Canada. Cooking Solutions.com is the home of helpful advice, catering information, tasty recipes and personalized service. To respond to this article, email ChefKevin@cooking-solutions.com


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