Rock Hill, SC (PRWEB) August 25, 2010
TheGourmetGuyOnline.com has recently launched several new articles about cooking. Some of the articles are about gourmet recipes that the amateur chef can make at home. Fine dining is fun, but it is cheaper and can be more enjoyable to make the same meal in one’s own kitchen. One of the meals introduced in the new articles on TheGourmetGuyOnline is for chicken kiev. Ukrainian cuisine is not often found in American homes, so aspiring home chefs will welcome these instructions on how to make this dish. Another article talks about how to prepare a five-course meal. In today’s fast paced world, a multi-course meal is usually impractical, but every so often can be a great way to celebrate special occasions. The article uses a traditional French meal as a model for teaching how to serve a five-course meal, and explains how to stage the different steps so that the chef is not spending excessive time in the kitchen. Another article provides a snapshot into the lives of two gourmet chefs. While a fancy dish may be familiar to many people, often only cooking aficionados are familiar with the chefs who create these dishes. Sara Moulton and Tom Keller are two such people, and a short history of their lives is given on TheGourmetGuyOnline.
TheGourmetGuyOnline.com was launched in February of 2010 and provides information on the various aspects of gourmet cooking, from recipes to tips finding a gourmet restaurant. The site is designed and maintained by WebsiteBusiness.com.