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Cooking Vocabulary in English – chop, grill, saute, boil, slice…

Hi again. Welcome back to www.engvid.com. I’m Adam. Today’s lesson is a very interesting one. It’s one of my favourites. Why? Because I love to eat. Actually, a long time ago, before I was a teacher, before I did any of that, I went to culinary school. “Culinary” — I learned how to cook. I…

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How to cook Spanish Tapas: cookery lesson by award-winning chef

So, something about chopping, why chefs never cut themselves, well, hardly ever… you don’t want to be going like that. What is the origin of the word tapas? It comes from when you had a drink in the summer and there were lots of flies around in the heat and you put a little piece…

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How to dice, slice and chop onions: cooking lesson

Basic skills. How to dice and slice an onion. The way you hold your knife, be confident with it and hold it nearer the blade, if you hold it near the end, you don’t have control. So the action is almost like a sawing action so the tip of your knife doesn’t really leave the…

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How to Pronounce CROISSANT — Word of the Week — American English

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How the Nurturing Schools Network approach helps trainee teachers

I guess it’s a genuine feeling because we really have benefited from it. It really has been the key thing that’s made a difference in our classroom, out of everything that we’ve done so far. I cannot think of a single training course, event, anything that I did in the last year that effected and…

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French Superstitions – Putting Bread on a Table Upside Down and Knocking on Wood

metalic pump and all they’re solitary the you know met holy found a non-virtual a tab means to put bread upside down on the table in France it’s believed that putting bread upside down on a table will bring battle it’s because people believe that you will invite famine into the household however this is…

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