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I'm always looking to improve my cooking skills, especially for techniques required in various recipes, or to learn more about the fundamentals of cooking. Recently I stumbled across the website Stella Culinary which offers quite a few videos, podcasts and commentary on cooking and, as near as I can tell, all for the cost of an email signup. So far I haven't been slammed with gratuitous or spam-smelling emails. 

 

The instructor/chef works at Cedar House Sport Hotel in Truckee, CA on Lake Tahoe.  Looks quite nice. 

 

Anyway, FWIW and I've already learned a few things such as a better way to make braised beef short ribs and a pan reduction sauce. Not a quick method, but I tried it this weekend and the results were exceptional. 

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