Celeste Rogers

Startup Library: Cooking

with Celeste Rogers

Newbie in the kitchen? No problem! Chef Celeste Rogers covers the basics of good cooking in this beginner’s class. From knife skills to must-have tools to time-saving tips, you’ll find everything you need to cook with confidence.

  • 14 Sessions
  • 2h 19m
Celeste Rogers

Celeste Rogers

Celeste Rogers is a chef, recipe developer, food writer and a Food Network "Chopped" champion. Celeste left medical school for the Culinary Institute of America and has since cooked professionally for over 10 years across North America. She honed her skills at America's Test Kitchen, where her work appeared in Cook's Illustrated magazine, on NPR radio and PBS TV as well as in various cookbooks and ad campaigns.

Startup Library: Cooking - Recipes

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