Archive for the ‘Food Knowledge’ Category

Cook at home and kill to eat (fresh) Ever wondered how would it be to make your own ‘meat produce’ at home, killing it to cook for your family to consume? It’s not so easy, really. What about proper prawn farming (home scale), fish raring, water-frog farming or chicken breeding? Invading the chicken coop for […]


Mom, why are these scrambled eggs dry? The more people we serve, the better our knowledge is, the fresher our stocks are, the higher the turnover rate, the longer the accounts go, the more invoices and receipts our restaurant have. But if we come to the understanding of a particular something which we’re so good […]


Chef in Training Food Central encourages its students to cook for the family – More of like preparing a whole set of home menu that they’ve planned, maintain control over, brainstormed, understand its viability, performed costing, set up taste-control & create an ambient out of it. Basically, it’s more of painting a thousand words for […]


Le Cochon ou Le Porc? A recap on our previous post where we mentioned Kitchen Terms or English, Food Central’s Von Cook has explained various kitchen terms that are misused, particularly Cooking Methods vs Food Preparation Techniques, and we promised you another three terms, which are wet, moist and dry. I’ve jotted down Chef Sun’s […]


Kitchen Terms of Wet, Moist and Dry Before we start telling you the difference between using the term wet, moist and dry, you have to understand these: Food Central has been bombarded with questions that would require only a one-timer answer, unless there is another question which differs itself much to the topic that we’re […]


Pickling Foods – Guide to Pickles Pickles are great food accompaniments to certain food products – At least we think so. Whether it’s going to be black olives on your Cream Cheese baguette or Gherkins on your McDonalds burger patty, once it’s practical, it’ll always be practical. Pickles are easy to make and lasts very […]


Selecting your pots and pans well for your kitchen can do you good in the long run. Always remember to keep a good watch of the practicality of the pan rather than its brand name, style, fashion or maybe, price. Keep in mind that you’re the one who’s going to use the pan or pot […]


What alternatives to common food seasoning? When we talk about food seasoning, we always refer to common food seasoning like salt, pepper, chicken powder, monosodium glutamate (MSG) or Ajinomoto (it’s a brand name), white pepper, fish stock powder, etc. However, there are always ways to enjoy hot & cold, sweet and savory foods without the […]


Chef in Training – The Culinary Training All of us humans live on food – And the world’s interest on food has risen dramatically over the years of human dominance. Rising Apprentice Chefs has shown their capability to craft the culinary industry to their creativity for the general public for years now, and as time […]