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  • Chef Blake prepares tomato sauce at the Rada Cutlery kitchen.

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    Tomato Sauce Recipe

    How to Make Homemade Tomato Sauce This mother sauce is a rich and delicious tomato sauce. This is a similar sauce for what you might use on pizza, but this recipe is a little more complicated and has a few extra steps and ingredients. Do not fear, though! It is […]

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  • A pan of espagnole sauce made with Rada Cutlery products.

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    Espagnole Sauce Recipe

    How to Make Espagnole Sauce The Espagnole is a build up of the first two sauces, the Bechamel and the Veloute. This is the most complicated sauce so far, but as long as you follow along, you will be able to handle it just fine! Ingredients you will need: mirepoix […]

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  • Chef Blake of Rada Cutlery shows how to make veloute sauce.

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    Veloute Sauce Recipe

    How to Make Veloute Sauce A Veloute is as simple as a Bechamel, but with a different base for the sauce. Here we are using some sort of cooking stock, generally a meat one, rather than milk. Ingredients you will need: 4 ounces light roux (recipe and thickening agent explanation can […]

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  • Rada's Chef Blake prepares a bechamel sauce.

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    Bechamel Sauce Recipe

    How to Make Bechamel Sauce This white sauce is one of the most basic of the five mother sauces. It is very simple to make and doesn’t take too much time either. Ingredients you will need: 4 oz. white roux (recipe and thickening agent explanation can be found here) 1 qt. […]

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  • Chef Blake explains the mother sauces.

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    Mother Sauces

    What is a Mother Sauce? Mother sauces come from the classical French cooking style of the 19th and 20th centuries. They can be used as a base for any sauce you would need for cooking. This is a quick introduction to the “big five.” They are called this because almost […]

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  • A bowl of baked beans alongside the Rada Cutlery Food Chopper.

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    Baked Beans Recipe

    Why settle for plain old baked beans out of the can when you can jazz them up with brown sugar and smoky bacon in just 20 minutes? This recipe is so quick to make that you will be serving it all the time at barbecues and potlucks! Brown Sugar Baked […]

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  • A Snickers Salad with a Rada Granny Paring.

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    Snickers Salad Recipe

    Get this: Candy, fruit, and pudding make delicious bedfellows. The Snickers Salad blends scrumptious Snickers, delectable fruit, and tasty vanilla pudding. This works perfectly as both a snack and a dessert! Snickers Salad Ingredients you will need: 1 C. milk 1 3 oz. package of instant vanilla pudding 8 oz. whipped […]

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  • A gorgeous quesadilla casserole with a Rada French Chef knife.

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    Quesadilla Casserole Recipe

    If you’re craving Mexican food, we have just the dish for you. Our Mini Quesadilla Rojo Bake has the flavors you love and is easy to make.  This Mexican recipe is versatile and can be made with taquitos or chimichangas! How to Make Quesadilla Rojo Bake Recipe Ingredients you will […]

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  • Rada Cutlery's Chef Blake poses with cut pineapples.

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    How to Cut a Pineapple

    Today’s culinary lesson from Chef Blake and the Rada Kitchen is how to properly cut up a pineapple. These tips and process will allow you to keep as much of the pineapple as possible for serving purposes. He will also show you a few different ways of cutting pineapple for serving […]

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