Tuesday, July 31, 2007

Chopping Peas Correctly

My buddy, Sobek, over at Innocent Bystanders, should start a cooking show.

This information is priceless.
"How to Chop, Dice, Julienne or Slice Fresh Peas

Part 1: Chopping

You will need:

Fresh peas

One clean razor blade

A cutting board

A black magic marker

A box of Band-aids

Some people believe that chopping fresh peas is simply a matter of putting a lot of peas on a cutting board and chopping them without paying attention to the relative size of the resulting pieces, or even whether all of the peas get chopped. Such casual disregard for proper chopping procedure can result in peas that get more squished than chopped, pieces of uneven (and therefore aesthetically unpleasing) shape, and ultimately a meal that you would be ashamed to serve to, say, the Queen of Belgium, should she happen to pop in for a bite."

How to Chop, Dice, Julienne or Slice Fresh Peas, Part 1: Chopping � Innocent Bystanders

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