Unveils 5 Easy Ways To Become a Better Chef

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Following an article posted on The Times Of India,, an online directory of culinary arts schools, reveals five easy ways to improve cooking skills., an online directory of culinary arts schools, offers five easy ways to cook tastier meals and become a better chef.

According to a February 23rd article posted on The Times of India titled “Simple Ways to Become a Better Cook,” becoming a better chef is easy. Cooking is a skill that many people have a hard time mastering. Some people often forget to use their own intuition when cooking, which causes the cuisine to suffer. However, improving cooking skills is simple.

The article provides 5 tips on how to become a better cook. While most of the tips seem logical, they are guaranteed to help chefs improve their skills and cook better food.

Andrew Girard, a representative at, a directory of culinary arts schools, discusses five tips to become a better chef.

1.    Avoid Distraction. “Avoiding Distraction is key to cooking. By avoiding distraction, it is easier to focus. When cooking, eliminate the distractions for the best possible outcome.”

2.    Keep It Simple. “Keep it simple when cooking. Some of the best cuisine is the simplest. Keeping it simple is easier on the chef and often results in a great final product.”

3.    Taste Food While Cooking. “In order to please the audience you are cooking for, it is important to taste the dish before serving,” Girard explains. “By tasting it, one can decide whether or not the dish is acceptable for his or her audience.”

4.    Organize Well. “By organizing, it is easier to find utensils and ingredients. Being organized eliminates time searching for things and reduces stress,” he says.

5.    Always Be Stocked Up. “You never want to run out of a certain ingredient,” Girard says. “Being stocked up prevents problems and is beneficial for the chef.”

Girard says following these simple tips are common sense, but can really make a difference when trying to improve cooking skills. “Sometimes people can overlook these simple, yet important tips,” he says. “They can really help chefs cut down preparation time and avoid mistakes!” is the leading source for information on culinary degrees, culinary schools and cooking programs. Maintained by, a popular resource for job seekers and employers, helps prospective chefs, teachers, restaurant managers and culinary students find schools, jobs, and programs best suited for their needs. is an affiliate of, a similar directory featuring the top art schools in Florida.


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