Why culinary foods are difficult to be learned?
- CliveLv 73 weeks ago
You're supposed to ask a question. What is your question?
- deniseLv 73 weeks ago
Do you mean the cuisine? Everything can be learned, it just takes time.
- 4 weeks ago
Escoffier cuisine is pretty much just the roots of food science. It is revered and what you'll be taught in Western culinary schools but it's really just about understanding why it tastes better if you sear it, or why every soup has to start with celery, carrots, and onions.
What would be difficult IMO is Korean royal court food where everything is a sculpture. It's not just a fruit salad, it's shaped like a freaking goose with it's wings spread. Personally, I'm impressed and jealous of the prep staff who can make perfectly uniform dices because I can't. Making a watermelon whale sculpture is light years out of my league.
- KiethLv 74 weeks ago
Candy, temperatures are critical, and the difference between rock candy and syrup when making fudge.