Slicing an ice cream cake straight out of the freezer or a cheesecake doesn’t have to be a hassle. Run your cutting knife under hot water, dry the knife off and slice. Repeat this process until you’ve achieved sliced perfection.
“Give a man food, and he can eat for a day. Give a man a job, and he can only eat for 30 minutes on break.”
Almost all vegetables can be eaten raw including those we typically may not think of including asparagus, corn, beets and zucchini. The trick is getting them at the peak of season and cutting, slicing or spiraling into small pieces.
“How can I govern a country which has 246 varieties of cheese?”
One of the easiest way to core an apple is to cut it into quarters. Place one of the flat sides onto your cutting board and cut into the core at an angle to remove. Repeat with remaining quarters.
“The only two things I don’t eat for breakfast are lunch and dinner.”
Almost all shrimp are frozen after they are caught. To get the freshest shrimp available means to bypass the seafood counter (unless stated fresh, never frozen) and head to the frozen shrimp section and thaw yourself.
“Don’t rely on your stomach to tell you when you’re full. It can lie.”