Celebrity Chef Tips

Ever wondered what celebrity chef tips you would ask for if you met your favourite famous chef?

Food Safety Tips

Every top chef knows that the kitchen can be one of the most dangerous places. From knives to potential fires, and not to mention health hazards, following a few basic kitchen safety tips is essential.

Here are some of the best celebrity chef tips endorsed by the ‘Ready Steady Cook’ team:

  • Ban dogs and cats from the kitchen and kitchen surfaces.
  • Always keep food well covered with plastic film or lids to avoid cross-contamination in the fridge.
  • Use three chopping boards – one for raw, one for cooked and one for smelly foods such as onion or garlic.
  • Use disposable paper towels instead of a cloth as these do not encourage germs.

Holiday Cooking Tips

Planning a special holiday or birthday meal can be daunting, but if you follow these holiday cooking tips you’ll save yourself time and effort.

Here are a few celebrity chef tips to make things simpler:

  • A week before your holiday party, buy and pack away all the heavy stuff like water, bottles and tins to avoid lugging heavy things around at the last minute.
  • Don’t forget to get some good champagne to add some class.
  • Get as much done as you can ahead of time so you can relax and enjoy the company.

Time-saving Tips

Sure you’d like to whip up amazing meals, but where do you find time to do it? Try some of these time-saving tips to fit cooking into your schedule.

Here are a few celebrity chef tips for saving time:

  • Cook up a big pot of stew or soup, and then put individual portions into small freezer or sandwich bags and pop into the freezer.
  • Try and plan your meals in advance, and ensure you have all the ingredients needed for the meals ahead.
  • Keep small packets of dried fruit, nuts and cartons of fruit juice in bulk, and then simply grab some of these for lunch.

Visit the Celebrity Chefs UK for some UK-inspired meal ideas.