Cafe 92YTribeca Chef Russel Moss / Photo Credit
Gearing up for the Taste of Tribeca, Tribeca Citizen is gathering culinary tips from participating chefs.
On Wednesday, Cafe 92YTribeca‘s chef Russell Moss spent a few moments with them to talk about what they do at the Cafe and the proper way to use a knife, a skill he teaches during his Knife Skills class at 92YTribeca:
We do a lot of vegetarian cooking, and there are tons of vegetables in every style of cooking. Take something like beef stew, which has carrots, onions, celery, sometimes leeks. People who come to our classes say they don’t have time to cut all the vegetables, so they just do some of them. That won’t work—not for beef stew, not for braising, not for soups.
If you’re looking for a career in the kitchen, say at Dan Barber’s Blue Hill at Stone Barn for instance, or just want to become adept with your knives at home, Knife Skills classes at 92YTribeca are coming up on April 27 and May 4. Sign up here.
Check out all upcoming classes at 92YTribeca.
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