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Five Wild Things We Learned From Paris

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

Celebrity chefs are often the first to provide tips and recipes for improving meals that are common to all households, including pasta dishes and roast chicken. We’re betting Alex Guarnaschelli, Giada De Laurentiis, and Guy Fieri are on your most-wanted list.

Paris Hilton wasn’t a household name until just recently. Paris Hilton’s newest cooking show Cooking with Paris is coming to Netflix on August 4.

The debut season 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 recepti cokoladna torta burger-and fries meal. Netflix teases the idea that Paris Hilton is a “anyone-can-cook” chef who adds her own taste to every dish. The cooking show is full of entertainment and fun.

This presentation will provide you with some interesting tips about edible glitter bombs. Below are some of the most bizarre kitchen lessons from Paris to mark the occasion.

1. An apron is not necessary.

Parisians don’t need the protection that an apron offers from the heat or boiling water. The New York Post reported that the dry cleaning cost for Cooking with Paris was $2,000 however, while we might not be able afford the same amount, we may still wear our apron when jelly or peanut butter are in use.

2. Fingerless gloves provide extra protection for your hands

Paris is a master of the kitchen and has been making use of the technique for many years. Paris’s gloveless gloves are an invention of the trademarked Paris that is extremely useful in the kitchen to make staples such as tacos and hamburgers.

3. Sunglasses are a great way to protect your eyes when you are cutting onions.

Ina and Martha aren’t likely to be seen sporting glasses with rhinestones while cutting onions. The sunglasses are suggested by Paris to be worn to keep your eyes safe and to prevent you from burning your eyes when using knives.

4. You can still cook home-cooked food.

Paris is a chef! She’s not afraid to buy store-bought items like Kraft cheese, mac and cheese when she cooks dinner. The same concept that was taught in the early 2000s is still applicable today that semi-homemade meals are acceptable.

Paris gives her honest 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 keep a backup plan!

Even even if you follow each recipe perfectly, sometimes things don’t always work out the way you planned. This lesson is reiterated in Cooking With Paris, especially in episode “Italian Night With Demi Lovato.” Spoiler alert! According to The Post, after disaster occurred, ravioli and cannolis created from ravioli made in the factory were saved by cannolis as well as cannolis inspired by pinks and unicorns.