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Ask Keegan: How Do You Choose Knives and Maintain Them?

The latest installment from our Ask Keegan series explores how celebrity chef and restaurant owner, Chef Keegan Gerhard, chooses and maintains his knives. Hungry for more?  Check out  How Do You Choose and Maintain Knives in the Food Service Warehouse Education Center.

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Ask Keegan: Why are Digital Scales Important for Your Kitchen? | Video

In this episode ofAsk Keeganwe asked...Why are Digital Scales Important for Your Kitchen?Watch to see what he has to say! Digital scales alleviate a lot of headaches in the kitchen and chef Keegan Gerhard is here to show you how! Learn how to cut out measuring frustrations with this versatile and easy-to-use kitchen tool. And if you're ready to add one to your ...

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Ask Keegan: Are Baking Mats Helpful?

In this episode of Ask Keegan we asked...Are Baking Mats Helpful? Chef Keegan Gerhard demonstrates how to properly use baking mats and explains a little more about what this versatile cooking tool is made of and how to identify when it's time to pick up a new mat for your kitchen. With a resilience to high heat and an easy-to-clean design, baking mats are ...

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Ask Keegan: How Do I Cut a Cake Properly?

I've often wondered, "just exactly how do I cut a cake?"After being put in charge of cutting cakes at various times in my life, I've learned that I'm not the go-to person for the task. Whenever I've been handed a knife and asked "could you?" I would reluctantly take the knife and begin as carefully as possibly. But about midway through the second slice, I always ...

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You Asked, Keegan Answered: How to Calibrate a Thermometer

A thermometer is a valuable tool to have in any kitchen. Many recipes list precise internal cooking temperatures, and there's really no way to nail the recipe without knowing this information as you go. And speaking of nailing it, how do you know that your thermometer is showing the right temperature? The answer to this is: calibration. That's right, you need to ...

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