Introduction to built-in kitchen appliances that are used to cook food, including ranges, stoves, cooktops, and ovens, as well as hoods that are used to exhaust heat, smoke, steam, and cooking odors.
Sirloin steaks and onions cook on a gas grill. The person manning the grill pierces an onion with a fork, getting ready to add it to the cooking food. A gas grill is a necessary piece of equipment for any backyard barbecue.
This introduction to French cuisine comprises information about French cooking education and careers around the world plus a photograph of a typical French meal.
This introduction to Italian cuisine comprises information about Italian chef education and careers around the world plus a photo of typical Italian cooking ingredients.
Copper cookware looks attractive and easily conducts heat. Commercial grade copper pots like the one shown here provide even heat when cooking, with a lining that protects the food from absorbing copper.
A smoky barbecue grill, laden with delicious meat, is set against a blurred forest scene. Outdoor grills go hand-in-hand with warm-weather cooking, and are a terrific way to add taste and flavor to meat, fish, poultry, and vegetables.