Superstar chef Ameer Natson’s obtained one thing cooking. I just like the odor of it! | Calavia-Robertson
Superstar chef Ameer Natson says one of the simplest ways to explain what he and 7 “chefs-in-training” have been stirring up in an Elizabeth kitchen is “pure magic.”
For almost two months, he’s met with the scholars — just a few at-risk youth, many with developmental disabilities — 4 days per week, and taught them every thing they should know to deal with themselves like whizzes within the kitchen.
From find out how to maintain a knife appropriately and slice and cube greens, to deboning a rooster the correct means, and all the correct kitchen cleansing and sanitizing strategies, Natson