The private chef showed off a day of her life and simple tricks on how to save time and money when preparing a meal.
Meredith is a chef who posts TikToks under the username @.Wishbone kitchen She shares details about her life and tips she learned from her work.
In one video, Meredith gives her an idea of how to throw Affordable dinner party.
“I cleaned the fridge with what I already had in the app and didn’t buy any more ingredients,” she said, showing off an appetizer made from apricot and ricotta cheese.
She also decided to use the frozen pizza that was given as a main dish and made pasta using the ingredients she had at home.
“I work almost every weekend this summer, so I love having such a fun dinner with my friends on weekdays.”
Meredith also said that the supper fed nine people and cost only $ 75 to prepare, including the cost of a technically free pizza.
“This is also evidence that everything does not have to be completely homemade to feel special.”
Another way Meredith saves money is to grow her own food.
In another video, she shows off a garden growing lettuce, kale and coriander.
“Growing your own food is very flexible,” she writes. Video caption.
Meredith uses many of these crops in their meals to save money on ingredients.
She also suggests the best and cheapest way to eat lobster by preparing the lobster yourself.
In a one-minute video, Meredith shows you a step-by-step approach Cook and prepare red shrimp In your own home.
After boiling salt water and cooking the lobster for 12-18 minutes, depending on size, Meredith will show you how to break down the lobster to make meat.
“The utensils need a mallet, kitchen scissors, a lobster cracker, a fork, and most importantly a hand towel.”
She shows the audience how to remove the tail and legs of the red shrimp and their organs.
When the lobster was prepared, Meredith said she intentionally didn’t cook it enough in minutes so that she could finish cooking them with the chili garlic butter she had prepared.
“The cheapest way to eat lobster is to make your own lobster,” she wrote in the caption.
https://www.thesun.ie/fabulous/9030708/private-chef-food-hacks-gardening-tips-tiktok/ I’m a private chef-I use some simple tricks every day that can save you time and money