Preparing Food for Large Groups: 3 Hidden Dangers

When it comes to preparing food for large groups of people, there are definite tricks to the trade. When done correctly, large-scale cooking can accommodate a wide range of diners easily and effectively. When done (or attempted) without proper care and consideration, it can prove disappointing at best and dangerous at worst.

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Conduction Principles and the Power of Flavorful Cooking

Many variables affect the flavor of our dishes, including everything from the quality of the ingredients to the varieties of herbs and spices used. One oft-overlooked aspect of flavor is the cooking method itself. Anything from baking, broiling, boiling, frying, or microwaving could affect the flavor of the dish; therefore, choosing a method requires some care and attention.

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