MENTORS IN CARIBBEAN
Found 4 Mentors.
Why I want to be mentor: Because I would like to share knowledga with new chef generations
Lesson Learned: International cuisine\r\nGarde manger\r\nFood Service Sanitation
Tip: When cooking root starchy vegetables, allways start them in cold water so they can cook evenly
Pacific Palisades, CA
Why I want to be mentor: I was surprised that there was not a sub category for Cuban cuisine. As soon as I saw that, I knew I had something important to contribute.
Lesson Learned: Patience and perseverance are the two most important qualities to possess. This is true in and out of the kitchen.
Tip: A good 'mojo' recipe is worth it's weight in gold in Cuban cooking.
Why I want to be mentor: I want to teach you new ways of cooking. Teach you new flavors and not to be intimidated by food you do not know. I want to teach how to make a good rice and curry chicken. Coconut Rice, Calipso rice and much more.
Lesson Learned: Keep it safe in the kitchen no distractions.
Tip: keep your knifes sharpen.
Why I want to be mentor: I\'m Cuban-American, and have been cooking delicious authentic Cuban cuisine for 10 years.
Lesson Learned: How to make \"sofrito\". How to fry plantains. How to make perfect rice.
Tip: Try to use fresh ingredients, including spices. But don't worry if you can't. It'll still taste great!