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mise en place

Mise en place

Mise en place is a French phrase I learned in culinary school that translates to “putting in place.” It means having all of your ingredients cut, peeled, grated, measured, etc. before starting to cook. I like to use a small sheet tray for gathering and organizing my prepped ingredients. This helps to save time and makes cooking easier.

mise en place

Mise en place

Mise en place is a French phrase I learned in culinary school that translates to “putting in place.” It means having all of your ingredients cut, peeled, grated, measured, etc. before starting to cook. I like to use a small sheet tray for gathering and organizing my prepped ingredients. This helps to save time and makes cooking easier.

have you tried?

Bring eggs to room temperature

Bringing eggs to room temperature

Mixing separated nut butter

Mixing separated nut butter

prevent cutting boards from slipping

Keeping cutting boards from slipping

Dicing an onion

Dicing an onion

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