Chef Chalres Knight's Blog

  • Chef Charles Knight bio brief

    Charles Knight traces his interest in the culinary arts to his childhood and the home kitchens of his diverse ethnic neighborhood of Rahway, New Je...
  • Chilled Gazpacho - Andalusian Cuisine by Chef Charles Knight

    Gazpacho is a classic dish originating in the Andalusian region of southern Spain. Gazpacho is a cold soup made of regional raw, blended vegetables...
  • What is the Purpose of Bay Leaf?

    Excellent question. Most people don’t think of Cooking as Chemistry. When if in fact it’s all about the chemicals in one ingredient reacting with t...
  • HOW TO COOK PERFECT FRIED EGGS by Chef Charles Knight see video

    Eggs and egg-based foods are the exception to the greaseless cooking method. Having no natural oils, a small amount of lubricant, such as unsalted...
  • Adapting Recipes to Induction Cooking by Chef Charles Knight

    Many cooks put a lot of pressure on themselves when it comes to preparing a meal. They must have a recipe to follow and it must be followed to the ...
  • Why you Should NEVER Microwave Food from Chef Charles Knight

    Celebrity chef, Charles Knight, is a Rahway, New Jersey born bestselling cookbook author and former co-host of “In the Kitchen with Chef Tell (PAX Television Network), and “Jack Can’t Cook” with Jack Harris (Food Network and NBC/WFLA-TV). Chef Knight received his basic culinary training working under Chef William Christmas while still in high school. He furthered his culinary education attending (ICE) the Institute of Culinary Education NYC and earned credits in Nutritional Cuisine from the (CIA) Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, N.Y. He is recognized worldwide at the foremost expert on the classic methods of waterless cooking.

    Microwaving food kills 98%of cancer-fighting nutrients in broccoli, research shows:

  • How to Cook the Perfect Steak by Chef Charles Knight

    About the Author: Celebrity chef, Charles Knight, is a Rahway, New Jersey born bestselling cookbook author and former co-host of “In the Kitchen with Chef Tell (PAX Television Network), and “Jack Can’t Cook” with Jack Harris (Food Network and NBC/WFLA-TV). Chef Knight received his basic culinary training working under Chef William Christmas while still in high school. He furthered his culinary education attending (ICE) the Institute of Culinary Education NYC and earned credits in Nutritional Cuisine from the (CIA) Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, N.Y. He is recognized worldwide at the foremost expert on the classic methods of induction cooking.

  • Induction Cooking for Better Health

    Induction Cooking for Better Health
  • Sleep, Nutrition and Weight Loss by Chef Charles Knight

    Let’s take a look at sleep and how it influences your health. There’s nutrition and then there's sleep (or lack thereof): You feel hunger. As a result…You eat more food, and…You make poorer food choices.Studies shows that people who are sleep deprived report feeling hungrier. Missing out on sleep interferes with the normal rhythms of your hunger hormones.When you [...]
  • The Healthy Benefits of Homemade Stocks by Chef Charles Knight

    By Chef Charles KnightI encourage those who are just beginning to cook or are aspiring to be a great home cook to begin the learning process with stocks, sauces, and then, soups and stews. It will not only give you a firm foundation in the basic techniques of food preparation and the chemistry of it [...]
  • Take a Deep Breath by Chef Charles Knight

    Breathing is the single most important function we perform everyday… Breathing clean pure air improves our brain function, concentration, learning abilities (especially in children), our sleep, and it can reduce allergy flare-ups. In fact, breathing clean pure air is essential to your respiratory system and heart health.In 1998, my mother suffered a heart attack and had [...]
  • Asthma on the Rise

    Asthma on the Rise by Chef Charles KnightIn a recent USA Today article by Anita Manning in a new government report… The number of people who suffer from asthma has risen rapidly since 1982, especially among women and minorities.      The increase may be due to many influences, such as indoor air pollution and secondhand smoke, says David Manino [...]