Cornerstones of Cooking: Secrets to Saute Premium class

Scott Groth, Food Blogger & Cooking Coach

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7 Videos (39m)
    • Cooking Cornerstones: The Secrets of Sauté

      1:57
    • Mise en Place!

      3:41
    • Knife Skills 101

      2:50
    • Slice & Dice

      10:41
    • Flavor Factory: Sauté Secrets

      13:49
    • Yum Factor: Plating

      4:24
    • Happy Eating

      1:37

About This Class

Are you looking to punch up the flavor of your cooking? Perfect! Everyone can do it by learning a few secrets on how to saute just about anything. In the first installment of the Cooking Cornerstones series, let me show you the secrets on how to saute like a pro in no-time-flat! We will be working with garlic, onions, shallots, zucchini and chicken breast to make a simple, healthy weeknight meal everyone will love.

  • We will review some fundamental knife skills on how to work with all of the ingredients in the class. Learn how to easily slice, dice, mince and more!
  • As a cooking cornerstone, this class is for home cooks of all skill levels. For cooks getting acquainted with the kitchen, we are going to cover the fundamentals of saute to make you feel at ease in the kitchen. For more experienced cooks, we will review some little known secrets on how to make the most tasty sauteed dishes using everyday ingredients.
  • Together we will create a healthy, incredibly delicious dinner for the whole family with one saute pan in under 15 minutes.

Join me to learn how to rapidly build flavor with a few simple ingredients… then use the same technique in hundreds of other dishes. The art of sauteing truly is a cornerstone of cooking.

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Scott Groth

Food Blogger & Cooking Coach

I currently live in Aix en Provence, France with my family. Prior to the big move across the Atlantic, I spent the last four decades in Cleveland, Ohio, where old-world and traditional styles of cooking are celebrated. After working as an executive in the corporate world for almost a decade, I left it all behind to follow my passion of cooking, opening my own catering company and cooking school. I am my best with a knife in hand and delicious ingredients under it, and love sharing my culinary creations with the world on my blog I'd Rather Be A Chef.

After years of running a cooking school and catering company, I'd Rather Be A Chef is my online venue to continue sharing my original recipes with a wider audience. The focus of my cooking is straightforward: delicious recipes made with fresh, whole ingredients. While each of my unique recipes is gluten-free, my cooking appeals to a vast audience of all levels. Additionally, I teach basic cooking techniques like braising and grilling, making my blog a one-stop platform for both rookie and seasoned cooks alike.