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Five Things Paris Hilton’s New Cooking Show Taught Us

Celebrity chefs are often the first to share suggestions and recipes to improve the quality of food items in your home, such as roast chicken and pasta dishes. We’d wager that Alex Guarnaschelli and Giada de Laurentiis, Guy Fieri or Ina Garten are on the top of your checklist.

Paris Hilton wasn’t a household name until recently. It’s time to put your calendars in the right place, because Paris Hilton’s new cooking show Cooking with Paris will be available on Netflix on August 4.

The first season premieres with special guests such as 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 teases the idea that Paris Hilton is a “anyone-can-cook” chef who has her own taste to every dish. The cooking show is full of entertainment and fun.

This presentation will provide you with some fascinating tips on edible glitter bombs. Here are a few of the most outrageous kitchen classes from Paris to mark the occasion.

1. Apron is a choice.

Parisians do not require the protection provided by an apron against temperatures or boiling water. According to the New York Post, the dry-cleaning cost for Cooking with Paris alone was $2,000. While us at-home cooks are unlikely to be able to cover the same amount, it’s still possible to ditch our apron the next time peanut butter and jelly are in use.

2. Extra protection for your hands when you wear gloves that do not have fingers

Paris is a pro in the kitchen and has used it for years. Paris’s fingerless gloves are a trademarked invention which is great for cooking kitchen meals like tacos and hamburgers.

3. While cutting onions, sunglasses are a good way to protect your eyes.

When you chop onions, you won’t likely observe Ina or Martha wearing rhinestone-rimmed sunglasses. They’re recommended by Paris to be worn to protect your eyes and prevent eye burns while using the knife.

4. Semi-homemade meals can still be made.

Paris is a great chef! She is not afraid to make use of store-bought products like Kraft cheese, mac and cheese to make dinner. The same principle that was taught in the early 2000s still holds true today: semi-homemade meals are acceptable.

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

5. Always have a backup plan!

Even when you follow every recipe exactly, things receptiĀ cokoladna torta do not always follow the exact plan when you cook. Cooking with Paris reminds of this important lesson in life, particularly in episode “Italian Night with Demi Lovato.” Warning! According to The Post, after disaster was declared, ravioli and cannolis made of pre-made ravioli were saved by cannolis and cannolis inspired by unicorns and pinks.