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Five Things We Learned From Paris Hilton’s New Cooking Show

Celebrity chefs are often the first to give tips and recipes  recepti cokoladna torta to improve everyday staples like pasta dishes and roast chicken. We’re betting Alex Guarnaschelli, Giada De Laurentiis and Guy Fieri are on your most wanted list.

Paris Hilton was not a known name prior to. Paris Hilton’s new cooking show Cooking with Paris is coming to Netflix on August 4.

The season’s debut features special guests such as Demi Lovato and 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 can cook” chef, adding her own unique flavor to each dish. This cooking show is all entertainment and fun.

This presentation will provide you with some useful tips for making edible glitter bombs. Here are some hilarious lessons in cooking from Paris for the occasion.

1. Apron is not required.

Parisians do not require the protection an apron offers from hot oil or boiling water. According to the New York Post, the dry-cleaning cost for Cooking with Paris alone was $2,000, and while we home cooks aren’t likely to pay a similar amount, we can remove our apron at the next time peanut jelly and butter come into use.

2. Fingerless gloves are a great way to provide protection for your hands

Paris is an expert in the kitchen, and has been using it for a long time. Paris’ trademarked invention, the glove that is not a finger, is highly useful when it comes to cooking essentials such as tacos and burgers.

3. Sunglasses are an excellent way to shield your eyes while you are cutting onions.

Ina and Martha will not be seen with rhinestone-rimmed glasses while chopping onions. They’re suggested by Paris to be worn to keep your eyes safe and to prevent you from burning your eyes while using knives.

4. You can still cook semi-homemade food.

Paris is an amazing chef! She is not afraid to buy store-bought items such as Kraft cheese, mac and cheese when she cooks dinner. Foods that are semi-homemade can be delicious, as was the lesson in 2000.

Paris shares her straightforward tips for boxed mac and cheese in the episode “Get Over It Holiday Feast With Lele Pons”. It is always advisable to add more cheese to your mac and cheese.

5. Always have a backup plan!

Even even if you follow each recipe precisely, things may not always take place as you planned when you cook. This essential lesson is reinforced in Cooking with Paris particularly in episode “Italian Night with Demi Lovato.” Spoiler alert! According to The Post after disaster strikes, some premade ravioli and cannolis inspired from pinks and unicorns saved day.