Top 5 Cooking Lessons Discovered on Curious.com
We kitcheneers are always looking to hone our cooking skills, and one of the great things about cooking is there is no shortage of things to learn! But we are also always crunched for time. I recently came across a new site called Curious.com that contains hundreds of “bite-sized” videos perfect for kitcheneers on the go. And they don’t just stop with cooking – there are DIY videos, language videos, gardening videos and so many other categories you can hone your skills on anything under the sun taught by people just like you!
Learning from people who are passionate about their crafts and creative makes learning all the more fun. Whether you have just a few minutes or hours on end to watch these videos you don’t have to worry about missing out on a single video because the lessons are right at your fingertips, no video hunting or “I hope I can find that video!” stress necessary! Many of Curious.com’s videos are free, too. Curious.com is a wonderful sitel to help you dive into new subjects or get in-depth lessons on things you’re already passionate about.
Here are the Top 5 videos I am curious about… Curious. Get it?! You knew I had the throw a pun in here somewhere!
How to Make Gourmet Potato Boats from New Taste Today!
Look at these taters lookin’ all schmancy!
How to Make Roast Turkey Gravy by Rouxbe
The holidays are coming and you can’t have Thanksgiving without a turkey covered in homemade gravy.
Easy Homemade Hummus by Feast In the Middle East
There is always room in my tummy for more hummus!
How To Make and Can Peach Jam by How I Pinch a Penny
Canning is one of my favorite summer cooking exploits. And it’s so easy!
How To Make Easy Sugar Cookies by Simply Baking
My cookies always spread, this will be such a help during the holidays!
Okay fine – I found six videos I loved! I couldn’t stop with five.
Every hostess with the mostest needs toast with the most decadent drinks around!
I’ve got to get back to learning how to make marshmallow fondant… See ya!
*Fine Print* This is a sponsored post on behalf of Curious.com. All opinions are my own.