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Five Things We Learned From Paris Hilton’s

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

Celebrity chefs frequently offer recipes and suggestions for recepti cokoladna torta improving everyday staples such as pasta or roast chicken. We bet that Alex Guarnaschelli, Giada De Laurentiis and Guy Fieri are on your top list of wish lists.

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

The season’s debut features special guests like 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 meal. Netflix suggests that Paris Hilton is an “anyone is able to cook” chef, adding her own flair to every dish. The unique cooking show is all about having fun.

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1. An apron is not necessary.

Parisians do not require the protection an apron offers from boiling or hot water. The New York Post reported that the dry-cleaning fee for Cooking with Paris was $2,000, and while we may not be able to afford the equivalent amount, we could still use our apron when jelly or peanut butter is in use.

2. Fingerless gloves provide extra protection for your hands

Paris is an expert in cooking and has been using it for many years. Paris’ fingerless gloves are a trademarked invention which is very useful for making kitchen essentials like tacos and hamburgers.

3. Sunglasses are an excellent way to ensure your eyes are protected when you cut onions.

When you chop onions, you won’t likely notice Ina or Martha sporting rhinestone-rimmed sunglasses. They’re recommended by Paris to be worn to safeguard your eyes and keep you from burning your eyes when you’re using the knife.

4. You can still cook home-cooked food.

Paris is a cook! Paris doesn’t hesitate to use products from the grocery store like Kraft cheese, mac and cheese when cooking dinner. The same concept that was taught during the beginning of 2000s still holds true today semi-homemade food is acceptable.

Paris gives her honest suggestions 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 even if you follow each recipe precisely, sometimes things don’t follow the exact plan when you cook. This crucial lesson is reinforced in Cooking With Paris particularly in the episode “Italian Night with Demi Lovato.” Warning! According to The Post after disaster strikes certain raviolis that were made ahead of time and cannolis inspired by unicorns and pinks saved the day.