Category: Cooking & Cutting Tips

A great knife to use to julienne vegetables!
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Knife Cutting Techniques | A Culinary Lesson from Chef Blake

Today Chef Blake will be introducing you to four knife cuts for any sort of cooking you may be doing. After this lesson, you can be on your way to a knife chopping pro and impress everyone! The Four Basic Knife Cutting Techniques These four basic knife cuts are often done wrong. Watch Chef Blake’s […]

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Rada Serrated Steak Knife cutting a T-Bone on a dinner plate.
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Cuts of Beef: A Culinary Lesson | Chef Blake in the Rada Kitchen

Beef, it’s what’s for dinner! At Rada Cutlery, we believe in the culinary arts, and we believe in great cooking. So once in a while, we like to give a lesson or two on how to better your work in the kitchen and to better your food. Do you ever wonder what part of the […]

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multicolored fruity popcorn sitting in serving bowls
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Fruit Flavored Popcorn | Rainbow Popcorn

  This is a great recipe for children and adults alike! Rainbow Fruit-Flavored popcorn will bring some color to any gathering or event and it is a fun treat that is easy to make. It is just as colorful and delicious as any candy and your guests will go bananas over it! How to Make […]

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Cutting the legs when breaking down the whole chicken.
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How to Break Down A Chicken | Cutting Up a Chicken

So you have a whole chicken that you’d like to cook. Where do you start?! Cutting up a whole chicken can be daunting for a cook with less experience or who usually goes for the precut drummies and breasts at the super market. So here to offer some detailed tips is Chef Blake from the Rada Kitchen. […]

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Stove-Top Pan Popcorn | Homemade Popcorn Popping

Looking for a quick snack while having a movie night or throwing a party? Popcorn is a fan favorite! Making your own popcorn is just as easy as microwave popcorn. It is also healthier than microwave popcorn and you can make as much or as little as you’d like. Let’s Have a “Pop” At It! […]

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pineapples and strawberries arranged with chocolate into a bouquet
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Make Your Own Fruit Bouquets | Sweet Kisses Fruit Bouquet

One of the best ways to show a special someone how you care is to make a homemade creation for them. What better than a fruit bouquet? A homemade fruit bouquet is less expensive than buying an edible arrangement and it is simple to make!   “Sweet Kisses” Homemade Fruit Bouquet Ingredients Needed: 1 whole […]

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Luau Garnishes | Vegetable Garnish Ideas

Theme parties are fun ways to throw a get-together. If you’re a fan of luau parties, Hawaiian parties, or just summer parties, these are some fun garnishes to try next time you throw one! Learn how to make an onion flower garnish and a palm tree garnish. How to Make an Onion Flower Garnish This […]

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Homemade Pecan Pie Bars
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Kristy’s Pecan Bar Recipe | Homemade Pecan Pie Bars

There’s nothing much better than sitting down to eat some old-fashioned, homemade pie. Nothing, that is, until you can eat that pie in bar form! Here is Kristy Kay’s own family recipe for Pecan Pie Bars. They taste just as good as the pie, with the added bonus of portability. Every dessert tastes better as […]

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a delicious and healthy piece of cheesy prosciutto lasagna
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Low Calorie Cheesy Prosciutto Lasagna | Low Fat Lasagna

A flavorful and delicious lasagna that is good for you, too?! This recipe is only 272 calories and has 5.6 grams of fat per serving. You can find it in our recipe book “400-Calorie Dinners.” Check it out: How to Make Cheesy Prosciutto Lasagna Ingredients you will need:  5 cloves of garlic, minced 16 oz low-fat 1% […]

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Strawberries dipped in chocolate and on a bamboo skewer.
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Super Bowl Strawberries | Team Uniform Color Chocolate Dips

For a cheery 2014 Super Bowl, create a strawberry bouquet using the team colors of the Seattle Seahawks and the Denver Broncos! View the Chocolate Dipped Strawberry Bouquet recipe.  Super Bowl Team Colors Strawberry Bouquet To get the brightly colored dipped strawberries, Kristy Kay used paste food coloring and vanilla almond bark. Use place mats or cloth […]

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