Learning to Cook – Round Up 2

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In this week’s round-up of cooking methods and tips that can be found around the food blog world we have:

A no-fail way to make your own homemade mayonnaise by Maki of I Was Just Really Very Hungry.

Shyamala of “Food, In The Main…” shows us how to make Phulkas, an Indian bread that is cooked directly on an open flame.

Queen of all things fish, Helen Rennie of Beyond Salmon masters Sushi Rice.

Barbara of Tigers &amp Strawberries gives us a Primer on Soy Sauce, and the difference between Chinese and Japanese soy sauces.

“A quiche is a tart, not a pie… The filling is a custard, not a baked omelette,” instructs the team at Papaya Pate on the essentials of making Quiche.

Make your own butter by Nic of Baking Sheet.

That’s it for this round-up. If you know of an excellent cooking method (not just recipe) food blog post that you think would make a good inclusion in future round-ups, please let me know in the comments or email me at recipes [at] elise [dot] com.

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