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Five Unexpected Things We Learned

Five Unexpected Things We Learned from Paris Hilton’s New Cooking Show

Celebrity chefs are often the first to provide ideas and recipes to enhance household staples such as roast chicken and pasta dishes. We’d bet that Alex Guarnaschelli and Giada de Laurentiis, Guy Fieri or Ina Garten are at the top of your lists.

Paris Hilton was not a household name before. Paris recepti cokoladna torta Hilton’s newest cooking show Cooking with Paris is coming to Netflix on August 4.

The premiere season will feature celebrities like Demi Lovato as well as Kim Kardashian joining Paris for events like breakfast in the cloud, taco night and even a vegan burger-and-fries feast. Netflix claims that Paris Hilton is an “anyone is able to cook” chef who has her unique flair to every dish. The show’s unique cooking format is about fun.

This course will provide you with interesting tips on edible glitter bombs. Here are a few of the most shocking lessons in the kitchen from Paris to mark the occasion.

1. Apron is not required.

Parisians don’t need the protection an apron offers from boiling or hot water. According to the New York Post, the dry-cleaning cost for Cooking with Paris alone was $2,000 While we at-home chefs will probably not be able to cover the same amount, we could remove our apron at the next time peanut jelly and butter are in use.

2. Fingerless gloves offer extra protection for your hands

Paris is an expert in the kitchen and has been using it for years. Paris has patented a new invention, the gloves that are not fingerless, is an essential ingredient in kitchen essentials such as tacos and burgers.

3. When cutting onions, sunglasses can protect your eyes.

While cutting onions, you’re not likely to observe Ina or Martha wearing sunglasses with rhinestone rims. Paris suggests wearing these glasses to protect your eyes and keep you from burning your eyes while cutting with the knife.

4. The food that is semi-homemade can still be made.

Paris is a great chef! She’s not afraid to use store-bought items such as Kraft cheese and mac and cheese to prepare dinner. Semi-homemade meals can be acceptable like the one we learned in 2000.

Paris offers her simple instructions for boxed mac & cheese in the episode “Get Over It Holiday Feast With Lele Pons”. Always include more cheese in your mac and cheese.

5. Always have an alternate plan!

Even when you follow every recipe exactly, things do not always follow the exact plan when you cook. This crucial lesson is reinforced in Cooking with Paris, especially in Episode “Italian Night With Demi Lovato.” Warning! According to The Post, after disaster occurred, ravioli and cannolis created from ravioli made in the factory were saved by raviolis and cannolis that were inspired by unicorns and pinks.